Fifty Shades of Grey censors book’s most infamous scene

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Dakota Johnson Says Fame Is Really Scary.

It was recently awarded an R rating in the US for “graphic nudity” and “unusual behaviour”, meaning that anyone under 17 wanting to see Fifty Shades of Grey will need to be accompanied by an adult. Fortunately, director Sam Taylor-Wood has confirmed that the most “unusual behaviour” in ER James’s original bestselling book – which one writer called “the grossest book passage I’ve ever read” – will not feature in her film. But his biggest worry was giving up his, you know … O face. “It’s the worst thing imaginable,” Dornan tells Variety. “For all the reasons anyone would think, most people would like to keep their sex face private. The film follows the burgeoning sexual relationship between billionaire S&M enthusiast Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and virginal student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson). In less than a month, Johnson (the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson) will star in one of the most-hyped movies of the year, which will put her right in the spotlight’s glare — a place she’s not sure she’s prepared for. “I think about my dwindling anonymity,” she said in Vogue‘s February issue. “And that’s really scary because a very large part of me would be perfectly happy living on a ranch in Colorado and having babies and chickens and horses, which I will do anyway.” With fame comes major perks, though, especially in the fashion world.

For the star, that just means getting to hang out with one of her friends, stylist Kate Young. “We’re buddies — we like to hang out — and we come up with cool stuff together,” Johnson shared. Johnson is also close with British designer Stella McCartney, who Johnson refers to as “very special” for her “no bullshit, very straightforward — and kind” attitude.

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