Words matter. These are the best Dakota Johnson Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I think there’s a part of a woman that wants to be the thing that breaks a man down.
I found a red Oscar de la Renta raincoat, and it’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
I grew up around really not-normal people. My family is general Hollywood. They’re all artists; they’re creative people who are advocates for expressing themselves. But I also have to say I’m not impressed with Hollywood.
Nashville is only a couple of hours from New York, and people just move at a slower pace there – and they don’t care who you are or what you do.
I think I spent my entire childhood on film sets, surrounded by film-makers and actors and people with magnetic energies who make movies.
My parents had some problems of their own that put me in a position of having to deal with very grown-up stuff at a very young age. I needed some help with that, therapy-wise.
A film set is the most comfortable place I could be in the world; that’s what I know.
When I did ‘The Social Network’, David Fincher told me that I managed to make a thankless character pretty awesome. I thought that was really cool because I think he’s really cool.
I feel like everything I wear is a favorite thing. I wouldn’t wear something if I didn’t love it, and I wouldn’t just wear something because someone put me in it.
I love doing improv. I love comedy. I have always felt this way, even when I was really young.
Sometimes I panic to the point where I don’t know what I’m thinking or doing. I have a full anxiety attack. I have them all the time anyway, but with auditioning, it’s bad.
I like a sort of androgynous look, but I also love feminine shapes.
I went through a phase where I loved tattoos, and I loved the feeling of getting tattooed.
L.A. really doesn’t feel like home to me anymore.
I feel like you learn how to do school in second grade through fifth grade. During those years, I was never home.
I did a movie where my character was obsessed with Bruce Lee, so I learned everything about Bruce Lee, read everything, watched his movies.
I travel with a lot of clothes, which is a really bad idea because it’s such a nightmare to travel. I always overpack because I like to bring things with me, and I accumulate stuff, so it piles up. I travel with everything I own.
When mom and dad were at the height of their careers, and things were super-crazy, and they couldn’t leave their houses, there wasn’t social media. It was all about autographs. Now, everyone’s the press. I feel fame is perforated: it can be glorious, but it can completely destroy a human, too.
I’d watch my parents work and think, ‘Yeah, I’m going to do that.’ It wasn’t even a thing. It’s the only thing I know how to do.
I’m proud of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’ I don’t need to distance myself from that. The more work I do, the more the general public sees the different things I can do. Do I think it opened doors? Yeah. More people know my name.
I feel like I grew up in the circus. I know planes, trains and automobiles. And really talented, weird people.
Gena Rowlands is my all-time love. Nicole Kidman, Michelle Pfeiffer. I grew up watching their work; they are extraordinary.
I’ve heard stories of people meeting the loves of their lives online, and that’s great. But it freaks me out.
I hated school. I travelled so much in my early years that I didn’t understand the process. I felt suffocated – not like I was some grandiose artist; I just felt like an alien.
I’m filming the next two installments of the ‘Fifty Shades’ movies back-to-back.
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 realized how really and truly bizarre to the core it is – inside the homes of the powerful and damaged.
I’ve only been in long-term relationships. I’ve never really dated myself.
I was always taken in and out of school.
I think about my dwindling anonymity, and that’s really scary because a very large part of me would be perfectly happy living on a ranch in Colorado and having babies and chickens and horses – which I will do anyway.
When I think about filmmakers and actresses that I have admired my whole life, I’ve admired their entire body of work.