After photos of Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson bonding over a cup of tea emerged online, fans of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie were instantly in high spirits. Now, fans of the erotica novel are ecstatic all thanks to the first photo of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele's kiss. Here's everything to know about the scene.
Much to the dismay of fans, Jamie Dornan and Anastasia Steele revved up the heat with only a peck on the cheek plus with their clothes on. Of course, this is only the start of the action involving Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson. So what part of the story was the photo for and where was it taken?
The photo was snapped outside of Grey Enterprises. For those who have yet to read the book by E.L. James, Grey Enterprises is the company owned by Christian Grey played by Jamie Dornan. Dornan looked sharp in a crisp white shirt under a grey tailored suit. On the other hand, Dakota Johnson kept her look simple with a red dress under a trench coat. Staying true to her character Anastasia, Dakota Johnson sported unkempt locks with messy bangs. Check out the photo here.
Johnson leaned into Dornan to give him a quick peck on the cheek. On the other hand, Dornan immediately grasped Johnson's right arm with a disturbed look on his face. Director Sam Taylor-Wood gave the stars pointers in between takes on how to perfectly execute the scene.
The real kiss between Christian and Ana is definitely something to look forward to. With production having only begun last December 2, fans are sure to hear and see more of Dornan and Johnson sharing more than just a peck on the cheek.
Dakota Johnson has been rigorously keeping her figure and a diet plan for the film. Sources claim the star along with Jamie Dornan has been on a strict juice diet to keep them energized and fit for the erotic scenes to come. As for Dornan, he's looking forward to the scenes involving him and Johnson in the red room of pain.
"I'm a fairly worldly guy," revealed Dornan, adding, "I grew up in a very liberal place. I'm not saying we had a playroom, but I'm not shocked by [the sex in the book]. It's essential to tell the story. I can't believe films that don't invoke the sexual side of it. So it works for me."
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