Dakota Johnson claims that if people had known about the on-set drama,

In the most recent issue of Vanity Fair, Dakota Johnson opens up about what it was truly like

 film the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise seven years after the first film's release.

First, though, it's important to note that Dakota calls Fifty Shades "those enormous naked flicks.

Dakota claims in the cover story that she chose the character of Anastasia Steele mostly 

because she is "a sexual person" and wanted to delve deeper into the topics that the original book series

creator E. L. James so expertly developed. However, none of that actually happened.

According to Dakota, "I signed up to do a totally different version of the film we ultimately made.

 She cited the director, the studio, and Erika, who goes by E. L. James, as the causes.

Dakota said, "[Erika] had a lot of creative control, all day, all the time, and she just insisted that certain things happen.