Dakota Johnson finally opens up about what went wrong on the set of "50 shades of gray"

Erika Mitchell, more popularly known as EL James, admitted that after a bidding war began in Hollywood, she was concerned about a film adaptation. “I wanted it to be tasteful,” she said.

The film ultimately earned a 25% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. “Certainly there is an audience for this kind of story and hopefully neither you nor I will have to interact with it,” Cinemaphile growled.

“The most anticipated release of the year is not much more than a great bore,” commented the Daily Mail.

The New Yorker was a bit more gracious: “Very well acted, not too long, [tenía] to be better than the novel… It could hardly be worse”.

But those who hate will hate. According to Guardian, the movie was a huge box office success, grossing over $500 million dollars worldwidemaking it the “R” rated premiere highest-grossing Universal in history.

However, the film set was littered with reports of early difficulties, drama, sabotage, fights, feuds, clashing egos and tensions from the start.

“With the benefit of hindsight, would I go through that again?” Sam Taylor Johnson told The Times about directing the first film. “Of course I wouldn’t. I’d be mad!” Now, someone else is finally opening up about what went wrong on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey: dakota johnson.

Dakota Johnson says she was more Fifty Shades of ‘psychotic’ than gray

Initially, Jamie Dornan was furious at the critics who made fun of “Fifty Shades of Grey”.

However, by the time the third movie was over, he was totally ready to hang up the handcuffs. Dornan even started making Fifty Shades jokes, but his co-star wasn’t laughing.

Playing Anastasia Steele was the first major role of dakota johnson. After Johnson was cut off financially by his famous parents when he refused to attend college, the film series was very important to his then-burgeoning career.

During filming, reports of problems on set were denied by publicists. However, the truth emerged as the cast and crew shared their experiences. Director Sam Taylor-Johnson told The Times that she had persistently clashed with EL James, who had insisted on complete micromanagement during filming.

Now, Johnson spilled the BDSM tea onVanity Fair. “It was always a battle,” the actress said of James’s demands and the need for constant control on set.

It led to “chaos all the time” in the work environment. Johnson shared that he often had to write his own lines so that the book’s unscripted “internal dialogue” that James insisted be included at the last minute would make sense on camera.

Despite all the chaos, though, Johnson didn’t regret making the movies.

That said, had he realized what was in store for him, he probably would have thought twice about signing on the dotted line. “If he had known at the time what he was going to be like, I don’t think anyone would have,” Johnson admitted, adding that he was “psychotic.”