’50 Shades of Grey’ Movie Update: Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson Lack …
October 30, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
’50 Shades of Grey’ Movie Update: Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson Lack Chemistry, Sex Scenes Re-Shot?
By Minyvonne Burke firstname.lastname@example.org | Oct 29, 2014 11:47 PM EDT
Last week, photos flush of Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson behind on a Vancouver, Canada set of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” It was reported that a dual were re-shooting scenes as a film’s categorical stars, Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.
Now, a new news by US Weekly claims that Johnson and Dornan were asked to re-film certain sex scenes since they weren’t “passionate.” A source told US that a re-shoot was required since there was no chemistry between Dornan and Johnson.
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“Dakota isn’t entrance off voluptuous enough. [Anastasia Steele] needs to be naïve, not a dishrag,” a source said.
Fans of E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy – that a film is formed off – have prolonged been disturbed that a film wouldn’t be means to live adult to a erotic novels, that report pithy and ardent sex scenes between Ana and Christian.
Back in March, Universal Pictures denounced a initial teaser trailer during San Diego Comic-Con and there were a few complains that a scenes between a dual categorical characters had been watered-down. The Los Angeles Times reported that a five-minute shave shown during Comic-Con focused some-more on a romance than a eccentric stuff.
“Based on a roughly 5 mins of footage Universal unveiled, a film seemed distant some-more tame than a steamy, SM-heavy book it’s formed on,” a LA Times wrote. “Though Anastasia was shown blindfolded, as good as being pushed adult opposite a wall by Christian, a teaser featured really small sex.”
However, a repute for Universal told US that fans don’t have anything to worry about and “no one should doubt a feverishness or power of a actors.”
“They want to do sequels,” another source told a magazine. “So this has to be perfect.”
“Fifty Shades of Grey” is approaching to strike theaters Feb 2015.