Dakota Johnson & Charlie Hunnam: Photos Of The New ‘Fifty Shades’ Stars

Mon, September 2, 2013 4:44pm EST by 34 Comments
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Marleena Simmons

Posted at 12:11 PM on September 24, 2013  

I’m not impressed with the two actors that were chosen to play Christian and Ana!! The way the books described both characters I don’t think Charlie nor Dakota has what it takes in the looks department.. I will still go see the movie just because I’m a fan of the books, but I’m not as excited as I was before the actors were chosen…..

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Posted at 5:44 PM on September 5, 2013  

I looked at Dakota Johnson and while it’s nothing against her personally, E.L. James spent three books describing Christine’s beauty and Ana’s appearance. While Charlie is good looking, I would never stop in my tracks for him and as for Dakota, she maybe a good actress that came from good acting stock, her appearance is all wrong. She is absolutely not what was described in the book. Sorry!….still P.O!!!!!!!!!

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Posted at 3:25 AM on September 5, 2013  

I think Dakota Johnson would be a pretty good fit, every time I see her I notice it seems that she inherited some of her mother’s and grandmother’s mystique, her grandmother had an unforgettable role, by most peoples judgement, in Alfred Hitchcock’s, the Birds, and her mother was the star of Working Girl. I don’t know, I just think her personality, good looks and charm are refreshing. she could pull it off, imho.

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