‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Star Dakota Johnson Not Quite Ready for Fame
January 20, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Though she complicated art in high school, Dakota Johnson figured she’d follow her famous relatives into a family business.
“I only insincere that what we would be doing is creation films,” a 25-year-old singer told Vogue’s Feb issue, “because we grew adult around people creation films, creation art, creation music. And being on a film set is a many comforting thing in a universe to me. Seeing a catering lorry feels like home.”
That’s since home was mostly wherever her parents, Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, happened to be filming, and after they separate for a second and final time in 1995, it was shuttling between a pair. Dakota Johnson also counted Antonio Banderas as her stepfather, until he separate with Griffith final year. And she is a third-generation actress; her grandmother, Tippi Hedren, starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” and “Marnie.”
Now about to star in one of a year’s many expected films, “Fifty Shades of Grey,” Johnson certified to Vogue that she’s not utterly prepared for stardom.
“I consider about my shrinking anonymity, and that’s unequivocally frightful since a really vast partial of me would be ideally happy vital on a plantation in Colorado and carrying babies and chickens and horses—which we will do anyway,” she said.
Still, she pronounced she couldn’t pass adult a possibility to play Anastasia Steele from a best-selling amorous novels.
“I wanted to be concerned since it’s so different, and it’s an heated adore story,” she told a magazine.
Still, she has a tough time jacket her conduct around a fact that 100 million people have already noticed a film’s trailer.
“I’ve never gifted anything like this; we don’t consider anyone has,” she said. “It’s terrifying — and it’s exciting.”
One chairman who saw a trailer yet has no skeleton to see a film is her grandmother.
“No, no, no, we saw a trailer and we consider it’s poetic and that’s about all I’m going to see,” she said. “I’m unapproachable though, we adore my grandchildren, they are wonderful.”