Hello tout le monde, le 27 Janvier, Dakota était présente à une conférence de presse pour « Fifty Shades Darker » Los Angeles. Les premières photos sont dans la galerie. Enjoy =)
Events Appearaces > From 2017 > January 27 – Dakota Johnson during a press conference for « 50 Shades Darker »
Studio Photoshoots > Portraits > LA Times 
Dakota Johnson and Leslie Mann reject the rom-com label for ‘How to Be Single’
Yes, it’s a comedy. And, yes, romance is involved.
But don’t call the new film « How to Be Single, » which opens Friday in time for Valentine’s Day, a romantic comedy (or its familiar abbreviation, a rom-com).
« I feel like it’s a tiny bit sexist and gets applied to movies that women are in, » said Dana Fox, who co-wrote the screenplay for the Warner Bros. film. « The classic rom-com is not what this movie is about. It’s about everything else but that. It’s a comedy about what it means to be single in a very weird time to be single. »
Dakota Johnson doesn’t act like a movie star, despite the fact that she’s the daughter of movie stars (Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson), the former stepdaughter of a movie star (Antonio Banderas), even the granddaughter of a movie star (Tippi Hedren). She was protectively told what a tabloid was at the age that other girls were getting their first American Girl dolls. Besides, she’s been acting since she was 10, and her star status was cemented last year when she delivered a near flawless performance as the winsome naïf (« I’m here to see…Mr. Grey ») turned wary bondage participant Anastasia Steele in the blockbuster movie from the blockbuster book that needs little more hint than « the red room » for you to know what we’re talking about.
Public Appearances > Events From 2015 > January 20th – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
The Full Story: Dakota Johnson for AnOther Magazine A/W15
It is a gauzy late afternoon, and New Yorkers have already begun their exodus for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, making the leafy, unrushed West Village feel more than ever like an elaborate film set.
This puzzle of cobbled streets and brownstones is the latest in a long line of places Dakota Johnson has called home. Born in Austin, the actress was raised just about everywhere else, mostly in the vicinity of back lots, sound stages and catering trucks. “I feel like I grew up in the circus,” she says, sipping iced tea in a corner bistro filled with framed butterflies and carved birds. “I know planes, trains and automobiles. And really talented, weird people.”