Seven years after the release of the controversial first installment of Fifty Shades of Grey, Dakota Johnson is ready to talk about how she struggled backstage at times.
In a candid interview with Vanity Fair magazine, the star talked about the creative conflicts on set and not the most obvious moments outside of the plot.
If she had understood how “intriguing” the process was at first, “rarely anyone could have started doing this.” In addition, everyone’s favorite humble Anastacia has denied rumors of a secret feud with her on-screen co-star. Jamie Dornan .
“We’ve never been incompatible. I know it’s weird, but he’s like a brother to me. I love him very, very, very much.
And we were close to each other. We have to trust each other and protect each other,” she said of her relationship with Christian Gray on screen.
Regarding Fifty Shades herself, Dakota admitted that she originally signed up to star in the supposedly very different movie.
“I’m a sexy person, and when something excites me, I want to know everything about it. That’s why I’ve been in so many films naked.
So I signed up for another version of the movie that we made. The studio, the directors and the author of the book EL James, whose name is Erica, they themselves created unnecessary trouble “, the actress recalls.
According to Dakota, the author of the original work tried to control every creative moment, even if it seemed too absurd.
“There are parts of the book that are not possible in the movie, like the inner monologue, which is sometimes extremely vulgar.
Can not say in words. It is always a battle. Always,” the actress added.
James was so angry that she rewrote the entire script.