Fifty Shades of Grey Set Photos: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan Film Anastasia's New Car Scene

Entertainment Jan. 17, 2014 AT 3:20PM
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson film 50 shades of Grey See photos of Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan filming Anastasia Steele's new car scene on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey Jan. 16. Credit: R Chiang/Splash News Online

Lucky girl! Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan were photographed hard at work on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Canada. The costars shot a memorable scene from E.L. James' erotic novel where Christian Grey (Dornan) surprised Anastasia Steele (Johnson) with a brand new car.

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While filming the scene, Dornan, 31, covered Johnson's eyes before revealing the red Audi A3. The actor looked handsome in a fitted suit, while Johnson, 24, wore a pretty grey dress.

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film the new car scene on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Canada on Jan. 16.
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film the new car scene on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Canada on Jan. 16.
Credit: Splash News Online

In the book, Christian decides Anastasia's VW Beetle, nicknamed Wanda, is unsafe and needs to be replaced. Anastasia nicknames her new Audi "The Submissive Special," because Christian, a wealthy businessman who secretly practices BDSM, bought the same car for his past submissives.

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Though they didn't show much PDA in the scenes filmed Thursday, Dornan and Johnson will no doubt be filming sexier scenes in the future to recreate James' erotica bestseller. Dornan, for one, is up for the challenge.

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film the new car scene on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Canada on Jan. 16.
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film the new car scene on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Canada on Jan. 16.
Credit: Splash News Online

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"I'm a fairly worldly guy. I grew up in a very liberal place. I'm not saying we had a playroom, but I'm not shocked by [the sex in the book]," he told Entertainment Weekly in November. "It's essential to tell the story. I can't believe films that don't invoke the sexual side of it. So it works for me."

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