Dakota Johnson Is a ‘Dishrag’ on Camera in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ According …
October 26, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
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Oct 26, 2014 11:59 AM EDT
Fans of Fifty Shades of Grey who are counting a days until a film instrumentation hits theaters subsequent year are not going to like this during all. We told we final week that Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson were behind on plcae in Vancouver, Canada, for reshoots of some of a scenes between their characters, Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele. Sources connected to a film attempted to play it off as zero vital and claimed they were usually wanting a bit some-more footage to spin out a film. Unfortunately, now we’re conference a totally opposite story, with Dornan being called a “dish-rag.”
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According to the Daily Mail, Johnson and Dornan are lacking chemistry onscreen and it’s mostly her fault:
“They were seen reshooting tools of Fifty Shades of Grey final week, with reduction than 4 months to go before a amorous crack gets a cinematic release. And now it seems that rather than merely perfecting a integrate of scenes, producers had Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan behind on set re-enacting their erotic encounters due to a concerning deficiency of feverishness between a duo. “Dakota isn’t entrance off voluptuous enough. Ana needs to be naive, not a dish-rag.”
When a film’s central trailer forsaken final July, a dual seemed to have loads of chemistry though we all know those can be deceptive. How many times have we left to see a film usually to comprehend that all of a good things was enclosed in a trailer? Do we consider there’s a chance Fifty will spin into that form of film — where people travel divided wondering because they paid for a full ticket?
Do we trust there are critical chemistry problems, and if so, do we consider they have beefed adult those scenes during a reshoots? Tell us your thoughts in a comments below.
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