Will fans see a fully naked Jamie Dornan in the sequel “Fifty Shades Darker?” If Dakota Johnson has her way, they might get to see the “D”.
In contrast to her character’s minimal attire in “Fifty Shades of Grey”, the sight of Christian’s privates caught on film was only a fleeting shot, E News reported.
E News cited Johnson’s appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” with her “How to Be Single” co-stars.
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) February 11, 2016
Host Andy Cohen asked Johnson, “Dakota, do you think that it’s fair that we saw way less of Jamie Dornan’s body in Fifty Shades than we saw of yours?“
Johnson answered, “Hmm…that’s an interesting question. I’ll probably get in trouble for this question. Yeah, I’m going to get him fully naked in the next one.”
Her reply got the approval of her co-stars Leslie Mann and Alison Brie. Mann stated, “He should be, I would like that.”
In response, Johnson said, “Everybody wants to see the D!” She added, “The Dornan D. We should start a movement—a campaign.”
Cohen chimed in and said, “Show us the D. It’s the sequel. It has to be bigger and better and more.”
In a previous interview with Variety for the promotion of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” Dornan revealed, “They were privy to everything, just not my manhood.”
However, “Fifty Shades Darker” updates report of frontal nudity by the actor which allegedly comes with a hefty price tag. In Johnson’s case, she earlier revealed she had no problems about doing extreme sex scenes in the upcoming sequel.
To date, production of the sequel is already underway. As reported earlier, the cast and crew are shooting scenes in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The third instalment of the erotic trilogy, titled “Fifty Shades Freed,” also made headlines recently. According to reports, the film welcomes actor Arielle Kebbel as part of the cast.
Design & Trend revealed early on that the third movie focuses on Anastasia’s struggles regarding her relationship with Christian.
“Fifty Shades Darker” hits theatres on February 17, 2017. “Fifty Shades Freed” is expected February 9, 2018.