Fifty Shades of Grey is currently being adapted into a movie, and it will come out over the Valentine's Day weekend next year, in 2015.
Jamie Dornan (Once Upon a Time) was finally chosen to take the male lead as the renowned character, Christian Grey, after Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) realised his busy schedule wouldn't give him enough time to shoot the film.
Rising young star Dakota Johnson (21 Jump Street), who was most recently seen in the blockbuster Need for Speed, stars opposite as Anastasia Steele, and there's already talk of the movie being the first of a trilogy, continuing in the next few years with adaptations of E.L. James' best-selling novels in the series, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.
BAFTA nominee Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) is sitting in the director's chair, with fellow BAFTA nominee Kelly Marcel (Saving Mr. Banks) writing the script.
James, herself, is serving as a producer on the movie, so whilst a lot of people think that book-to-movie adaptations don't live up to expectations, there's good reason to think this might be different.
And if you haven't already seen it, then you can watch the trailer here, which features a new version of Beyoncé's single, Crazy in Love, exclusive to the movie.