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Dakota Johnson in Vogue US February 2015 Issue

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It’s less than a month until Fifty Shades of Grey will hit the big screens on Valentine’s Day weekend, so it’s only natural that Dakota Johnson who plays Anastasia Steel in the movie adaptation of E L James’ erotic best seller is the cover of the February Issue of Vogue US. Dakota – the granddaughter of Tippi Hedren (Hitchcock’s The Birds), daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, and the step-daughter of Antonio Banderas – looks absolutely stunning and adorable as seen through the lens of the renowned photographer Mario Testino.

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Dakota Johnson on the role of Anastasia Steel: ‘I wanted to be involved because it’s so different and it’s an intense love story.’

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Dakota Johnson on Fifty Shades of Grey: ‘It looks beautiful. I’ve never seen anything like it. But it’s confusing to the brain—I still can’t look at it objectively or wrap my head around it. The parts of the movie that are difficult to watch were even more difficult—and emotionally taxing—to shoot.’

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Dakota Johnson on acting: ‘I just assumed that what I would be doing is making films, because I grew up around people making films, making art, making music. And being on a film set is the most comforting thing in the world to me. Seeing a catering truck feels like home.’

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Jamie Dornan who plays Christian Grey on his co-star: ‘Dakota is very funny—and humor on a film set goes a long way. But she also had the ability to be a very strong dramatic actress. She’d be telling a joke one minute and breaking your heart on-screen the next—so she was perfect.’

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Dakota Johnson on growing up in Los Angeles: ‘Los Angeles is a really strange place. I grew up there like a normal kid, but it was not until I experienced other parts of the world that I realised how really and truly bizarre to the core it is—inside the homes of the powerful and damaged.’

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Photos: via Vogue

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