A very surprising person is determined not to watch the 50 Shades of Grey movie, which wil be released on Valentine's Day. The star of the movie, Dakota Johnson, happens to have a very famous dad, Don ('memba Miami Vice?). Don says he has no plans to watch his daughter get busy with Jamie Dornan in the movie, and who can blame him there? What father wants to watch his daughter have sex -- even if it's fake sex? However, according to Don, that isn't the issue at all!
He told London's The Telegraph that he has no plans to see the film, but not because he hasn't seen his daughter naked since she was a toddler, but because he just doesn't like those types of films! He said:
It's not something I would go to anyway. I probably will not see it just because it's not a movie I would see. I've never seen The Vampire Diaries, I've never seen Twilight. It's in a category of films that I just wouldn't be interested in.
Erm, wow. Don seems to be under the impression there are vampires in 50 Shades.
So unless a movie is something he is personally interested in, Don wouldn't watch it just to show support for his kid? And just in case you think he's covering up the real reason, he went on:
I don't know whether it is [embarassing] or not, this is the family business. It's difficult for people to separate who we are from the characters we portray, but not for me.
Okay, so he can totally separate the character from his daughter, and yet he still won't see the film. Don, why don't you just say it's because of the sex, you'd sound a lot less like a selfish twit. I'm sure you probably made Dakota sit through a few episodes of you in your pink jacket in Miami Vice.
I'm sure Dakota is relieved her father has no plans to watch her in that kind of a film, but I wonder what she thinks about the reason? I mean, if she ended up getting the lead in a sequel to Twilight, he wouldn't see that either?
Sounds kind of douchey, Don. But you still look amazing!
Do you think he's not being supportive?
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