I probably won't spend the money to see the film, but she is a fine choice. She is relatively unknown, so there aren't too many expectations as there would be with a more high profile actress. People who have read the book(s) have a pre-conceived notion of how the characters should look, so using less known actors may be a positive.
Even though I am not a good '50 Shares of Grey' fan, and have never read the books, I am familiar with them and the plot. I do think Dakota Johnson could pull off the lead role, as long as she can play the "innocent virgin" character as good as possible.
Yes, Dakota Johnson would be a good choice in the lead female role in 50 Shades of Grey, because she is a versatile actor that will be able to play the role with a lot of emotion. Johnson's roles are complex. She easily displays pain to her audiences, and would do a good job bringing life to the acclaimed book.
Dakota Johnson is a good choice for the lead female role in the '50 Shades of Grey' movie. I think that the cast of characters that are lined up for the movie will only make it great. There were a lot of actors and actresses that passed on the role and the people that did accept it will make it great.
Johnson is as good as any actress, as long as she's attractive and vaguely matches the book's description. I've never read the book, but from what I understand the characters are somewhat wooden and one dimensional, so the actual ability to act and bring depth to the role is pointless for what's an ultra-softcore porn.