Fifty Shades Darker Gets an Unrated Version
Fifty Shades Darker is the second film of the planned trilogy and while it’s not as hugely successful as the first movie, it still makes a lot of money at the box office. But instead of focusing on the performance of the theatrical run, let’s rather talk about the film’s perspective on the home video market.
As the British Amazon informs, the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray releases will feature not only the theatrical version but also an Unrated Cut which is called “Unmasked Edition”. That move was quite obligatory considering that Fifty Shades of Grey also got its prolonged version on home video later on, adding 3 more minutes (see comparison).
The info on the release reads as follows:
Release: Feb 19, 2017 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey
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