Monday, January 22, 2018

Dakota will be on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on January 29th, 2018


With “Fifty Shades Freed” opening on February 9, fans can expect to see the film’s principals make promotional television appearances in the very near future.

One of those appearances is set for January 29.

According to NBC, lead “Fifty Shades” actress Dakota Johnson will appear on that night’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Johnson will be the episode’s lead interview guests.

The January 29 “Tonight Show” will also feature interviews with Lester Holt and Cindy Crawford. Jason Aldean will perform as the musical guest.

New/Old Fan Picture of Dakota in Varese, Italy in 2016


New "Fifty Shades Freed" Stills

 


Sunday, January 21, 2018

HQ Pictures of Dakota leaving Erewhon Supermarket in Los Angeles today [January 21st, 2018]

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Rita Ora talks about "Fifty Shades Freed" and mentions Dakota


What was it like shooting those scenes (Mia's kidnapping scene)?

Rita: It was amazing. We shot all that in Vancouver, and it was an amazing experience. I was really excited because I definitely had a bigger part in the movie, and I ended up loving each and every one of the cast and crew, including Dakota [Johnson, who plays Anastasia Steele] and Jamie [Dornan, who plays Christian Grey], and everyone was super supportive of one another.

It was actually kind of sad wrapping up, because I guess that was the last movie, but it’s so exciting. It’s definitely way more thriller-y than anything. It’s got moments of me getting kidnapped. There's fighting scenes. It’s really great.

Did you have to learn any combat skills?

Rita: No, I wasn’t fighting. I was the one that was tied up in the chair. It was Dakota doing that [fighting]. It was great.

To read the complete interview click on the source link.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Friday, January 19, 2018

New "Fifty Shades Freed" Clip


New "Fifty Shades Freed" Tv Spots

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New "Fifty Shades Freed" Still


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HQ Pictures Dakota having lunch with Blake at Hugo's Cafe in Canyon Country, California yesterday [January 18th, 2018]


New Short Interview of Dakota with The Hollywood Reporter

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With four films in 2018, life should smell like roses for Dakota Johnson — but she woke up Jan. 7 at her home in the Hollywood Hills to find a "skunk situation." It's become an epidemic.

"This was the fourth time in a year, so I've been having to deal with that," she says with a laugh. "I was trying to figure out what the source of the smell was and thank God, it was someone else's dog, not mine."

Johnson, who walked the red carpet at the Golden Globes with "brilliant" Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino (who directed her in A Bigger Splash and the upcoming Suspiria), also used that adjective when describing the HFPA's changing of the guard from Miss Golden Globe to Golden Globe Ambassador.

As a former Miss Golden Globe, Johnson said, "It's a small step forward, but it's a step forward. Anyone who wants to do that should have the opportunity to do so. Gender equality is fundamental."

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New Interview of Dakota with The Adventurine


The historic red carpet for the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards may have been a couple of weeks ago, but the beauty of the evening not to mention the powerful Time’s Up message left an indelible impression.

Dakota Johnson showed her support for the cause by launching her Instagram shortly before the event, exclusively posting messages of the movement for her 2-million followers. Then the Fifty Shades Freed actress walked the red carpet in solidarity, wearing a black Gucci dress featuring a dramatic starburst of crystals on the back and eye-catching Nirav Modi diamond jewels.

Hollywood royalty, Dakota is, of course, the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson. I mention it because it relates to a piece of jewelry the 28-year old star wears every day. Find out all about it and much more on her passion for jewelry in our Q & A.

You have a history of wearing great jewels with Gucci gowns. I am thinking of your Oscar look last year and, of course, the Globes. What do you feel jewels bring to an outfit? 

Dakota: I love jewelry. It’s the perfect way to personalize an outfit, and express yourself. The intensity or subtlety of jewelry can change the vibe of an outfit completely, it’s just a matter of your mood I guess.

There is a world full of jewelry you could choose from for an event like the Golden Globes. What attracted you to this set of Nirav Modi pieces? 

Dakota: When we were prepping my Golden Globes look with Kate Young, my stylist, the Nirav Modiearrings and bangles were the pieces I was immediately drawn to. They were elegant, effortless and went perfectly with the gown we chose. 

At The Adventurine we felt like the vast majority of the Globes jewelry was not only beautiful, it was as bold and empowering as the black dresses worn as a sign of solidarity with the Time’s Up Movement. Do you feel the Nirav Modi jewels were empowering or how do you describe them?

Dakota: It was incredibly important to me that the jewelry feel strong without distracting from the Time’s Up message. I do think the Nirav Modi jewels were empowering because while they were beautiful and statement-making, they never took away from what we were trying to say that night.

If you could add either your Nirav Modi earrings or bracelet from your Globes look into your personal jewelry box which would you choose and why?

Dakota: I would have to choose the Embrace bangles I wore. They can go with anything and they are just chic and glamorous

Do you have a favorite precious gemstone diamond, ruby, emerald or sapphire? 

Dakota: Diamonds, surprise surprise, are probably my favorite precious gem. I don’t have a reason why, but I don’t think I need one!

Is there a piece of jewelry you wear all the time? 

Dakota: I wear a diamond band that was my mother’s wedding band when she was married to my father.