Fifty Shades Freed, the third installment in E.L. James' erotic trilogy that hundreds of millions of people watch to laugh at, is due out in 2018.
We've got your first glimpse at the epic conclusion of the film adaptation below, and suffice it to say, fans will not be disappointed.
At least we assume they won't be.
The way we see it, if you're a fan of the books and films at all, you know what you're getting into at this point, and will likely see it through.
With no disrespect to Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, respectably, this is no Oscar contender.
It is what it is, to use the old cliche, and what it is is very successful and at least somewhat titillating thanks to the two leads' chemistry.
Yes, the dialogue may be eye-rolling cheesy at times, but that's the source material, and Dornan and Johnson still keep viewers riveted.
(The fact that major portions of the film series involves Christian ransacking Ana and vice versa doesn't hurt one's attention span.)
The biggest question is whether the conclusion of the trilogy will feature less nudity and more action than the two previous films.
With the trilogy reaching its end, after all, some semblance of a plot is likely necessary this time around. Hopefully not too much.
In any case, Fifty Shades Freed will show us Anastasia and Christian as a married couple enjoying their honeymoon in Europe.
When the duo returns to Seattle, and Christian finds out that Ana has kept her maiden name, well, Mister Grey is not gonna like that.
Before this, of course, Ana and her billionaire husband will tie the knot in what can only be described as a fairy tale wedding. Or something.
“I solemnly vow to love you faithfully and to keep you safe for as long as we both shall live,” Christian tells Ana beneath her veil.
Will he keep that vow?
It's unclear, as an unknown assailant creeps up on Steele; Ana also finds her former boss inside their apartment, unconscious.
She will even complain that her new husband is so controlling and possessive, which is sort of Christian's thing, but we digress.
It's not clear when Universal Studios is planning to release a full-length trailer for the much-anticipated work, but we're guessing soon.
Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker both opened just before Valentine's Day, with an onslaught of trailers the previous autumn.
Fifty Shades Freed is set for release on February 9, 2018, so by the end of this month or early next, expect a longer preview.
Red band/Unrated style.
For now, whet your appetite with the teaser below and tell us just how much you're anticipating the film in just over five months' time.
Can you handle it?!