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February came and with it, besides Valentine’s Day, the long -awaited premiere of the film 50 Shades of Grey . A production that promises to heat up the big screen based on the first volume of the trilogy written by author EL James.
Now, we all know that Dakota Johnson and her work on the film was very committed. Mainly by denial of readers and their unwillingness when filming with the other protagonist of the film, Jamie Dornan, we all witnessed the rumors during filming and little chemistry that existed between them.
For these reasons, and reflecting on the situation regarding the premiere of the film, we decided to think what other actresses were a very good choice to play Anastasia in 50 Shades of Grey .
Do you want to know? Here we present them:
01. Alexis Bledel
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This actress with a very sensual and attractive look could also have taken the role of Anastasia Steele. Even one of the most similar to the selected actress for the film. She had shown her performance in various genres, and also passed through television, which made clear that Bledel may take any role that is proposed.
02. Daveigh Chase
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Another actress known for her great talent and beauty present in several series, but especially in “Big Love” for the HBO. She would have been a good choice, as she has all the surface features of the character of Anastasia, as is the innocence found in Dakota Johnson . But despite these qualities, Chase had been ruled out of character of An for looking too young.
03. Shailene Woodley
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We all think of her as another good chance, since Woodley is an actress with the sex appeal needed for the character. However, she did not auditioning to play Anastasia; her on-going project would not allow it. Divergent left her with no time to shoot two films simultaneously.
04. Kristen Stewart
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Many critics also thought Stewart primarily by the idea that Twilight was one of the inspirations that took the author to write the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. And, indeed, she would not have been at all a bad option, although Kristen without Robert Pattinson would not have been a total sentence.