Dakota Johnson received a lot of positive feedback after photographs of her in black suspender underwear went viral earlier this year. The 50 Shades of Grey actress has been hard at work on her new psychological thriller, The Nowhere Inn, and it appears that fans may expect some sexy girl-on-girl action.
The 32-year-old Texan native had set images of herself in lacy underwear revealed by The Daily Mail in August, and the brunette showed off her gorgeous physique.
Scroll down to see the photographs and a video. They come as Dakota made headlines for blowing her Hollywood celebrity money – just this month, the actress spent $30 on oxygenated water while out shopping with Coldplay’s frontman boyfriend, Chris Martin.
Dakota was photographed lying around a bed in a plunging and barely-there black bralette and matching briefs while filming the thriller, wearing thigh-high suspenders and rocking a red lip and her distinctive wispy-haired bangs. Scroll down to see the video.
Johnson, who was spotted getting intimate with singer St. Vincent, the ex-boyfriend of Twilight star Kristen Stewart, was also seen revealing some cheek in a snap of her lying on her front. The makeout scene was amplified by St. Vincent wearing an underpants set similar to Dakota’s. According to the Daily Mail, the plot of the film is as follows:
“The metafictional narrative of two creative forces teaming together to film a documentary on St. Vincent’s music, touring life, and public persona comes from real-life friends Annie Clark (as Grammy Award-winning singer St. Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein (Portlandia.” Meanwhile, Dakota continues to make news for wearing posh Italian label Gucci – she’s joined a wave of celebs who have recently praised the expensive label.
Dakota went hot in a sequin and butterfly design Gucci dress in November, following a daring frontless appearance from the brand now fronted by 28-year-old singer Miley Cyrus. Dakota has also recently spoken out against “cancel culture,” which can easily ruin a celebrity’s life through social media. There’s more after the jump.
Johnson told The Hollywood Reporter last month about previous male co-stars she’s witnessed suffer from cancel culture, including Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp:
“I never witnessed that firsthand from any of those folks,” he continued, adding, “I had an amazing time working with them; the death of great artists saddens me.” I feel sorry for those who require assistance but may not receive it promptly. I’m sorry for everyone who has been harmed or injured. It’s simple, really sad.”