Dakota Johnson Confesses: I Don’t Want My Family To See ’50 Shades Of Grey’: Update [Video]

When Dakota Johnson won the role of Anastasia in 50 Shades of Grey, she was aware of the need to appear in erotic sex scenes. But now that the film has wrapped, she’s so embarrassed that she doesn’t want her family to see the movie, reported MSN.

I don’t want my family to see [the movie], because it’s inappropriate. Or my brothers’ friends, who I grew up with. I think they’d be like, Blegh [mimics vomiting]. Also there’s part of me that’s like, ‘I don’t want anyone to see this movie.’ Just kidding.

But Antonio Banderas is a proud stepfather when it comes to Dakota’s role, he told Access Hollywood.

“I got into the life of the girl when she was four-years-old and just to see her now, I’m so proud of her,” said Banderas. “She knows very well what this career is all about. She has seen it in her father, in her mother and I suppose me too, [and in her] grandmother, so she [has] a tradition in Hollywood.”

For the movie’s stars, Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, the scenes inside that luxurious penthouse were more uncomfortable than enjoyable, reported Entertainment Tonight.

“Dakota was everything that I wanted in Anastasia,” praised 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson. “She has a strong sense of who she is, but at the same time there’s a sweetness about her.”

Recognizing that both actors were nervous about the sexier scenes in the movie adaptation, Taylor-Johnson waited until the final part of the production before tackling the Red Room. That’s the name of the BDSM playroom created by Christian Grey, played by Dornan.

As for Dakota, staying in the character of Anastasia Steele meant avoiding the so-called sex dungeon.

“I didn’t go to the sex dungeon,” admitted Johnson. “I wanted to keep myself distanced from it at first because I wanted Ana’s reaction to certain things to be completely honest and real, like new.”

Dornan also felt anxious about the Red Room scenes.

“Some of the Red Room stuff was uncomfortable,” he confessed. “There were times when Dakota was not wearing much, and I had to do stuff to her that I’d never choose to do to a woman.”

To ease their concerns about the body-revealing sex scenes, both Dornan and Johnson worked with a trainer. Dakota explained to Glamour magazine that working out and waxing were essential, in her view, for looking good.

“Jamie and I actually shared a trainer. It was important to me that Ana’s body look like that of an active college student. And I was going be naked, so I wanted to look good. I did a lot of working out and had more waxing than any woman should have!”

What’s it like being out in public now that people recognize them as 50 Shades of Grey stars? Peculiar, admitted Jamie.

“I [already] get, ‘Oh my God, you’re Christian Grey!’ [out in public]. And I say, ‘No, I’m Jamie! I’m an actor.’ When the film comes out, there will probably be more of that. I don’t think you can prepare for that… I just live my life.”

As for those who contend that the movie shows a weak female character, Dakota disagrees.

“I completely disagree with people who think Ana’s weak,” she declared. “I think she’s actually stronger than he is. Everything she does is her choice. And if I can be an advocate for women to do what they want with their bodies and not be ashamed of what they want, then I’m all for that.”

It’s a view frequently echoed by other actresses, including Jennifer Aniston, as the Inquisitr reported. Frustrated with the constant rumors that she’s pregnant and questions about whether she wants a baby, Aniston attacked what she views as the attitude that women should use their bodies to have children.

“I don’t like [the pressure] that people put on me, on women — that you’ve failed yourself as a female because you haven’t procreated. I don’t think it’s fair.”

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