With reporting by Josh Horowitz
They just couldn't stay away.
Before "Fifty Shades of Grey" even hit theaters this weekend, it was announced that two more movies, based on the book sequels "Fifty Shades Darker" and "Fifty Shades Freed," would move forward with production. Menswear enthusiasts beware, neckties are going to be on trend for a while yet.
"I'm excited, I mean, she goes through such an arc in the first book and really explores herself and this whole other world," Johnson told MTV News at a press day for the film. "In the second book I think Ana becomes a woman, really. It's a really interesting thing to play, to figure out the moment in which a person becomes comfortable with themselves."
Dornan, too, said he was looking forward to putting Christian Grey's suits back on.
"We'll see different sides of him, so I'm looking forward to exploring that if given the chance," he said.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" is in theaters now.