Dakota Johnson shows fifty shades of irritation with mom Melanie Griffith - The Hollywood Mag

Dakota Johnson shows fifty shades of irritation with mom Melanie Griffith

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Dakota Johnson snapped at her mom on the red carpet. And yes, it was over Fifty Shades of Grey. See, Johnson got annoyed with her mother for not watching her raunchy, super sexual film during a red carpet pre-show interview. “She’s a really good actress — I don’t need to see that to know how good she is,” Working Girl actress Melanie Griffith told ABC’s Lara Spencer. “All right! You don’t have to see it!” Johnson snapped as she rolled her head away from the camera, clearly irritated adding, “Jesus Christ.” Newcomer Johnson, 25, continued to express her frustration despite Spencer’s effort to defuse the situation. “It’s a movie — she knows that,” Johnson insisted. Though Griffith did a really good job to avoid escalating the scene, it was clear she was pretty uncomfortable with the obvious tension. But let’s be honest, does any mother want to watch a feature length erotic film with full frontal nudity starring her daughter? While most families enjoy these awkward little exchanges at family functions without cameras and press around — it’s a little different when celebs attend, y’know, the Oscars together. And while at a summer barbecue the only witnesses to a mother-daughter feud are aunts and uncles, a few cousins and siblings who are far too used to it — Griffith and daughter Johnson had the whole world watching. If you’re curious and want to experience the awkward yourself, Us Weekly has the clip. This is on camera — can you imagine the exchanges off camera? This sure doesn’t seem like the first time this subject has come up! mother daughter dakota johnson melanie griffith

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  1. Pam

    February 26, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    I think Dakota shows how little class she has. If my daughter was in an erotic film with full frontal nudity (which should be rated X, NOT R), I sure has heck would NOT want to see it either! Why isn’t she upset with her dad? He came right out and said he wouldn’t be seeing it, which he shouldn’t. Why should mom have to? GROW UP, DAKOTA JOHNSON! You have NO class!

  2. Nell

    February 28, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    Hey Cool out everyone: The parents should see the movie. It is really much better than the portion of the adolescent book I read. It was about an hour into the movie and I had to ask myself where is the sex? Honestly, after all the buzz and hype, the movie was nothing like I expected. In comparison to how much skin is shown on tv today, I almost ask what nudity are people referring to in Shades? Much better than the book. I enjoyed the quietness of it after seeing/hearing so many movies with “sound barrier” noise levels and kiddy special effects.

  3. G Flynn

    March 2, 2015 at 8:30 am

    It’s unfortunate that women think that nude women should automatically require an “X” rating. Do we really think so little of ourselves? This series is much more about female empowerment than critics realize. The nude scenes were incredibly tasteful. I mean in France, they allow twelve-year-olds into the theatres to see this. I’m not saying that we go that far necessarily, but it just goes to show how sad and stifled we (especially women) are in this country.

  4. Lori

    March 9, 2015 at 6:41 pm

    It’s not like Melanie Griffith hasn’t done nude scenes in her career…

  5. Billy Hamjacker

    March 13, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    The book and movie are very poorly produced pieces of porn. Nothing more. I don’t blame Griffith for taking issue with it. She wants her daughter to be an acress, not a wh0re. Don’t get me wrong, porn is a great thing, but it’s not art. It bugs me to no end when porn performers call themselves “actresses”. The thing is, there’s so much GOOD porn out there for free that giving ink to bad porn posing as actual art is just sad. Want your mom to be proud? Star in an actual movie or start making GOOD porn, one of the two.

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