Hailee Steinfeld Has Her Own Christian Grey in 'Capital Letters' Video Ft. BloodPop


Hailee Steinfeld Has Her Own Christian Grey in 'Capital Letters' Video Ft. BloodPop


The Hanna Lux Lewis-directed visuals features Hailee enjoying a sweet Paris date with her own Christian Grey, kissing and hugging.
"Fifty Shades Freed" is hitting theaters across the U.S. soon, and another music video for the soundtrack has been released to keep fans excited. This time, Hailee Steinfeld treated fans to a music video for her contribution "Capital Letters" featuring BloodPop on Wednesday, January 31.

Directed by Hanna Lux Lewis, the dreamy visuals begins with the 21-year-old songstress frolicking on the beach in a flowy black gown. The scene then changes to show her gazing at the Eiffel Tower from the balcony of her lavish Parisian hotel as she opts for a sexy look with a lacy lingerie. There are also romantic scenes that feature her enjoying a sweet date with her own Christian Grey, kissing and hugging.

"But then there was you/ Yeah, then there was you/ Pulling me out of the crowd/ You were telling the truth," she sings over the electro-tinged beats. "I got something to say now/ 'Cause you tell me that there's no way I couldn't go/ Nothing I couldn't do."



Prior to this, Rita Ora and Liam Payne released the music video for their own contribution to the soundtrack, "For You". The visuals features the duo roaming around different places before finally meeting in the foyer, belting out the song together.

"Fifty Shades Freed" is slated to arrive in the U.S. on February 9. Based on the best-selling erotic novel of the same name by E.L. James, the final installment will follow the lives of business mogul Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and book publishing editor Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) after their wedding.

In a recent interview, Rita, who plays Christian's friendly sister Mia Grey in the sexual fantasy flick, promised that the movie is "gonna be great" as it has "all the fun, kinky stuff." She remarked, "It's definitely way more thriller-y than anything. It's got moments of me getting kidnapped. There's fighting scenes. It's really great."


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