Nothing kinky on Fifty Shades website

Last updated 13:27 30/07/2014
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Literature student Anastasia Steele's life changes forever when she meets handsome, yet tormented, billionaire Christian Grey.

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Fans expecting to see some titillating new images on the Fifty Shades of Grey website will find the exercise an anticlimax.

Those who didn't get enough of a Christian Grey fix can head to the film's website greyenterprisesholdings.com, and work for the man himself.

According to Collider, if you enrol online in the internship program at Grey Enterprises Holdings Inc and complete tasks such as create an ID and share the trailer on social media, you can unlock rewards including stills from the film.

But don't expect to see any steamy shots of Ana (Dakota Johnson) or Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan).

The pics instead look like they've come out of a pamphlet for Grey Enterprises.

One has two young women behind the sleek counter in the main office, with the Grey Enterprises name on the wall and a large Apple computer on the desk (product placement anyone?).

The second is a shot of Christian's company helicopter, who any fans from the book would realise the significance of.

It would appear that those wanting more of Fifty Shades of Grey will just have to satisfy themselves with watching the trailer again.

With more than 36 million YouTube views in its first week, The Hollywood Reporter says it's now become the most viewed trailer of 2014.

Fifty Shades of Grey releases in New Zealand cinemas on Valentine's Day, 2015

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