Dakota Johnson Once Called Waxing For Fifty Shades Of Grey More Painful Than Getting Spanked Or Whipped: “I Was Going To Be N*ked…”

Dakota Johnson once said that waxing for Fifty Shades of Grey was more painful than being beaten or whipped as a part of BDSM in the film (Photo Credit – A Still from Fifty Shades of Grey)

Fifty Shades of Grey is unquestionably one of the most famous erotic Hollywood films of all time and its actors Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan are known worldwide for their work in the film. The on-screen couple has often shared interesting things about what happened behind the cameras and it seems we can’t have enough of these trivia stories. Back in 2015, Dakota revealed that she had to wax several times for the film, which became her biggest test with the trilogy.

for the formless, Dakota In the film adaptation of the series Fifty Shades of Grey, she played Anastasia Steele, a young schoolgirl with a shy but fiery personality. The first part was directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and starred Jamie Dornan, Max Martini and Eloise Mumford in the lead roles, in addition to Johnson. The film had a CEO romance theme and was full of intimate scenes which was one of the reasons for its huge success.

Back in 2015, Fifty Shades of Grey was yet to hit theaters, when Dakota Johnson opened up about her most traumatic experiences while working on the film. Since the plot of the book and film is full of BDSM-style thrashing, thrashing, and clipping, most people assumed this was the most terrifying part about playing Ana. However, Dakota had a different take on this.

In conversation with Daily Star UK, Dakota Johnson said that she had a lot of difficulties preparing for the role and getting waxed often was the top. “I was going to be n*ked, so I wanted to look good. I worked out a lot and got more waxing than any woman”, she said.

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