Dakota Johnson’s Pubic Hair In ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Was Fake …
March 4, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
“Fifty Shades of Grey” has come purify about Dakota Johnson’s bare scenes: It was all a pretence of a camera and computers. Like her co-star Mr. Grey, Jamie Dornan, she lonesome her many insinuate physique tools for filming a many risqué scenes, a New York Times talk with cinematographer Seamus McGarvey reveals.
McGarvey told a Times: “Dakota had kind of a patch that went over her pubic area, and right ’round her whole body. We were in a extraordinary situation, in post-production, of adding [pubic hair]. we wouldn’t contend it was one of a highlights of my career, though it positively was one of a many surreal scenarios.”
The second surreal unfolding that McGarvey encountered while bringing a extravagantly renouned E.L. James instrumentation to a large shade was a casting event for a attempt double. “We did have a boundary double for Dakota. we had a pleasure of casting a nontattooed bottom,” he revealed.
Remember when it was suggested “The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo” star Rooney Mara wore a merkin to stay loyal to her character? Camera tricks, props and crafty wardrobe options are customarily employed in Hollywood to equivalent a awkwardness of filming while in a feverishness of a moment. Plus a Motion Picture Association of America, a classification obliged for rating cinema in a U.S., tends to scowl on scenes deemed “too pornographic” with a limiting tag of NC-17. That singular rating means vital film bondage won’t uncover a film on a screens and exceedingly boundary how far-reaching a recover might go. Despite a risque calm in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” an NC-17 rating would have exceedingly hampered a impressive box bureau results.
Seamus McGarvey’s prior credits embody “The Avengers,” “Godzilla,” “The Hours,” and dual collaborations with executive Joe Wright, “Atonement” and “Anna Karenina.” He formerly collaborated with “Fifty Shades of Grey” executive Sam Taylor-Johnson on her underline film debut, “Nowhere Boy.”