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9
Oct 2013

We have just added some more photos to the galleries, check the out below …

x009 2008 Eric Guillemain
x007 2010 Sasha Eisenman
x161 Goats (2012) Screencaps

    

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8
Oct 2013

Dakota Johnson, daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, recently landed the highly coveted lead role in Universal’s adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” out next year, and her famous mother is opening up to “omg! Insider” for the first time about Dakota landing the coveted role.

When speaking with correspondent Keltie Knight at The Best in Drag Show benefiting Aid for AIDS on Sunday, the 56-year-old actress revealed that Dakota, 24, is not nervous at all to play Anastasia Steele.

“She is not the type to get scared,” Griffith told “omg! Insider” on the red carpet. “She has never been that way. When she was two she was not scared. So, she knows what she’s doing and she’s really clear and really happy and it’s just — it’s a joy to see her [right now].”

Given the popularity of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the film is likely going to catapult Dakota into mainstream success. Although she’s had supporting roles in films including “21 Jump Street” and starred in the short-lived TV show “Ben and Kate,” the actress has yet to become a tabloid fixture. With notoriety surely around the corner, Dakota apparently only had one request to her famous mother.

“I mean it’s all very — the only thing she said was, ‘Please just make me do the dishes when I go home. I want everything to stay really normal,'” Melanie revealed. “I mean, she’s really got her head on her shoulders. It’s really nice.”

So has Melanie seen her daughter start practicing for the role?

“No, no. She’s very mysterious,” Griffith replied. “It’s not like that’s something she would do.”

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4
Oct 2013

Happy birthday, Dakota! The Fifty Shades Actress turns 24 today.

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3
Oct 2013

We have x400 screencaps from various Interviews & Promotional Videos, check them out in our galleries …

x022 2010. Tyler Shields Photoshoot
x029 2013. Glamour Spain Shoot
x125 2012. Nylon TV Interview
x057 2012. 21 Jump Street Interview
x176 2012. Ben and Kate Interview
x032 2011. Beastly On Set Interview
x098 2010. Nylon TV Interview

    

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2
Oct 2013

Fans of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey continue to freely voice their opinions on the recent movie castings of Charlie Hunnam (Christian Grey) and Dakota Johnson (Anastasia Steele). Several of James’ loyalists haven’t pulled any punches for both actors, but its Johnson who’s at the received end of the most recent flack.

Although the 23-year-old has already been dished her fair share of criticism, fans still continue to air out their casting grievances. ”Dakota needs to GO! She is not the petite, pretty. doe-eyed, dainty and innocent Ana in the books. She has super small eyes, too tall, boyish body (no assets!), elongated features and angular face that make her look really old for her age,” stated an anonymous female fan, according to Classicalite.

While the anonymous fan made it crystal clear that she opposed Johnson for the part of the shy, college graduate, she did acknowledge that Hunnam wasn’t ideal, but a good choice nonetheless. ”Charlie is okay …he isn’t anything more than just another hot guy to me (and I am a big SOA fan) and Christian is STRIKING. But at least he’s good looking and a good actor. They could’ve done a lot worse, like that did for Ana,” she said.

The British actor, who apparently has a fan petition against him underway, recently defended his future co-star, stating to The Hollywood Reporter that there was instant chemistry from the moment the two read the racy dialogue together.

“As soon as we got in the room and started reading with Dakota, I knew that I definitely wanted to do it because there was a tangible chemistry between them,” he said.

Fifty Shades screenwriter Kelly Marcel stated that she’d be adhering to the original content of author James’ books with lots of sex and raunchiness. The highly anticipated movie is scheduled to launch in theaters on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2014.

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28
Sep 2013

SHE’S a super proud mother, so it’s no surprise that Melanie Griffith jumped to her daughter’s defence this week.

Melanie-Griffith-has-defended-her-daughter-s-role-in-the-50-Shades-of-Grey-movie-WENN- Melanie Griffith has defended her daughter’s role in the 50 Shades of Grey movie (WENN)

The 56-year-old actress has slammed Twitter trolls who sent nasty messages regarding the news that Dakota Johnson will be playing Anastasia Steele in the upcoming ‘Fifty Shades of Grey movie.

In response to one of the nastier tweets, Griffith wrote: “Wow! You’re quite the b**** aren’t you? #dontmesswithmama.”

Earlier on, she’d expressed how proud she was by tweeting: “My beautiful child Dakota has been chosen to play Anna Steele in 50 Shades!!! Look out world! Here she comes!!! #proudmama.”

The news was announced on Monday, when the author of the erotic books, E.L. James, revealed that Johnson would play shy student Ana and that Charlie Hunnam would take on the role of Christian Grey.

My beautiful child Dakota has been chosen to play Anna Steele in 50 Shades!!! Look out world! Here she comes!!!
Melanie Griffith. Unfortunately, not all fans of the books agree with Sam Taylor-Wood’s choices, as she is the one directing the movie.

“I don’t think Dakota is good for it….. But Charlie would be perfect,” one fan wrote on Facebook, while another said: “Hunnam could be a decent Grey with a little makeover. But who in the heck thought Johnson could make a beautiful Anastasia? I’m all of sudden not as interested in seeing this movie.”

The 23-year-old blonde has previously starred in films such as ’21 Jump Street’ and ‘The Five Year Engagement.’

The film adaptation of ’50 Shades of Grey’ is expected to be released some time next year.

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26
Sep 2013

Dakota was just spotted at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City with mom Melanie Griffith, and seemed to be on the hunt for some posh skin care solutions. The pretty pair spent considerable time in the cosmetics department and ended up splurging big time at the Orlane Paris counter—$3,000, to be exact!

While most of us could never afford to drop that kind of moola on a few jars of moisturizer, it’s clearly just a drop in the bucket for this pretty pair. Wondering what the mother-daughter duo took home with them? Their luxurious beauty loot included plenty of pricey products including the hydrating serum, super moisturizing light cream and Vivifying cleanser, just to name a few.

One thing’s for sure, the young star’s skin is going to look better than ever on the big screen. And all dollar signs aside, we still think it’s totally adorable that they share a close bond and we’re betting that the beautiful 23-year-old is learning lots from her successful (and stylish!) mother right about now.

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