In a new sit-down with Vanity Fair, through ET, Dakota Johnson tells the outlet that things did not go as planned on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey.
After almost a decade of taking on the role of Anatasia Steele, the actress is getting candid about her experience on the set of the worldwide famous franchise.
The actress not only talked about the studio and the directors of the trilogy but also pointed out that the author of the novel series, E. L. James was another in the road to finishing the 3 part
Johnson shared, "She had a number of creative control, all day, every day, and she just demanded that certain things happen.
She additionally mentioned how some parts of the books were impossible to replicate in a movie like the "incredibly cheesy" internal monologues.
Johnson added, "It wouldn’t work to say out loud. It was always a battle. Always." Johnson recalled how the method was extremely stQrenuous,
"We’d do the takes of the film that Erika wanted to make, and then we'd do the takes of the film that we wanted to make."
She further mentioned the chaos of the movie, "We’d do the takes of the film that Erika desired to make, and then we'd do the takes of the film that we wanted to make."
As for the flying rumours about Dakota and her co-star Jamie Dornan's feud, the actress slams all such speculations. "There was never a time when we didn’t get along," stated Johnson.
She went on to add, "I know it’s weird, however he’s like a brother to me. I love him so, so, so much.
And we were really there for every other. We had to truly trust each other and protect each other."
Though, the actress additionally pointed out that she did not regret starring in the franchise.