Fifty Shades Darker: Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film honeymoon scenes in France

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The cast and crew of Fifty Shades recently wrapped filming in Vancouver and have now happily arrived in France to shoot the scenes for Ana and Christian's honeymoon

Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed are currently being filmed back to back, and a new production schedule for Fifty Shades reveals that the cast and crew will be spending the next two weeks in France to film Ana and Christian's luxurious honeymoon. Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan filmed their characters' wedding scene in Vancouver, which made us swoon with joy that the two had finally left the drama behind them. To celebrate the happy occasion, production on their honeymoon will first take place in the south of France, and then up to Paris for some dramatic scenes of the two in the Opera Garnier and outside the Louvre museum, where filming will wrap and they will all head home to begin post-production. It has been reported that Fifty Shades Darker will be more of a love story than Fifty Shades of Grey, with the final installment, Fifty Shades Freed, finally seeing the two characters settling down into married life.

The Daily Mail is currently over in France following the production process, and has been able to snap many a photo of Dakota Johnson preparing for her seductive day of shooting. Along with a couple of stunning shots of the film's location, they were also able to get a picture of Dornan and Johnson in character as Christian and Ana on a cabana. The rest of this week will be spent filming scenes on Christian's yacht, as Ana and Christian swim off the coast of Nice, and then the couple will visit a quaint little town called Roquebrune, near the Italian coast. Luckily, it looks like the cast and crew will have a day off to relax before heading to shoot in Paris next week. For all the latest news and updates on the Fifty Shades sequels click the green subscribe button below. Are you excited to see the sequels to Fifty Shades of Grey?

Source: The Daily Mail