Your newest source for the star of '50 shades of grey' Dakota Johnson

On June 12, Dakota Johnson was seen on the set of her new movie, “Persuasion” in Salisbury, UK. And also we added the first still of the movie. Check out below:

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Theater director Carrie Cracknell, who directed ‘Sea Wall/ A Life’ on Broadway, will make her feature filmmaking debut with the project.

Dakota Johnson has signed on to star in Persuasion, Netflix and MRC Entertainment’s modern take on the Jane Austen novel.

Theater director Carrie Cracknell, who directed Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge to Tony nominations last year in Sea Wall/ A Life on Broadway, will make her feature-helming debut with the project. Production is expected to begin in May.

Described by Netflix and MRC as a “modern, witty approach to a beloved story while still remaining true” to the novel, the logline per the companies is thus: “Living with her snobby family on the brink of bankruptcy, Anne Elliot is an unconforming woman with modern sensibilities. When Frederick Wentworth — the dashing one she once sent away — crashes back into her life, Anne must choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances.

Ron Bass and Alice Victoria Winslow wrote the script.

Andrew Lazar, who last produced YA movie Clouds, and Christina Weiss Lurie, who worked on Halle Berry’s upcoming directorial debut, Bruised, are producing.

Exec producing are Elizabeth Cantillon via her untitled MRC Films romance label, Michael Constable and David Fliegel.

Persuasion was the last of Austen’s novels and published in 1817, soon after her death. It has seen several screen adaptations, all in the TV sphere, as well as a handful of stage versions.

Johnson, repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment, last starred with Tracee Ellis Ross in Universal’s The High Note. She will next be seen in The Lost Daughter, a drama directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal that also stars Olivia Colman, and Stephanie Allynne and Tig Notaro’s Am I OK?

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