Dakota Johnson Thinks Her Performance In '50 Shades Of Grey’ 'Killed' Sex Scenes

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Dec. 5 2018, Published 9:14 p.m. ET

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Dakota Johnson isn't holding back. In an interview with Armie Hammer for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series, the actress said her performance in 50 Shades of Grey killed sex scenes!

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During the interview, the actors got candid about sex in film. At one point, Armie asked Dakota if sex in movies is dead.

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She replied, “Yeah, because I killed it."

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Dakota's career took off when she won the starring role in the 50 Shades of Grey film trilogy. The series, which was about BDSM sex, was critically panned.

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Things got more serious when Armie asked Dakota about prepping for her role in Suspiria.

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"I still had this f***ing meltdown four days before filming. I was in tears in his office, like, 'I’m a fraud. I can’t do this.' It was awful, but we joke about it," she confessed.

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The star kept mum about her romance with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. The two have had to fight off the rumor mill including pregnancy lately.

Watch the video above to see Dakota explain why she thinks sex in the movies is dead.


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