dakota johnson He had the best reaction when it went viral hilarious calmness when earthquake occurs During his ET interview on Friday.
Speaking with ET’s Ash Crossan from the black carpet of madam web During the Los Angeles premiere on Monday, the 34-year-old actress got the internet talking about her irrationally excited reaction to the magnitude 4.6 earthquake that shook much of Southern California.
“Well, I guess, you know, we live in California,” Johnson tells ET. “What are you going to do? Panic about the earthquake?”
During her Friday interview, Johnson — whose parents are Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith — was discussing her favorite parts of the new movie when the earthquake occurred, though she seemed mostly unaffected.
“Scary,” she said during the original interview, which has since become an Internet phenomenon.
On Monday, he said that instead of doing what experts say to do when an earthquake hits — including falling and hiding — he and everyone else behaved as if it was no big deal.
“None of us did that,” she said of not following recommended procedures. “Nobody did that.”
Besides her viral moment, 50 shades of gray The alum was very happy to celebrate the premiere madam webWhich he said was his first big premiere after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s so much fun. It’s really exciting,” she said. “It’s funny to have that happen, you know – I haven’t done a premiere since COVID, I think that’s fair. Yeah, so it’s really funny and I can’t believe there are people here, like This is crazy.”
The film follows a woven web of Marvel Comics characters and superheroes, joined by Johnson’s character, a clairvoyant who uses his powers to overcome a deadly adversary.
Johnson shared about the film’s appeal, “I think this movie is more based in reality.” “It’s more of a psychological thriller and it’s – it’s about a young woman whose superpower is her mind and she embraces these three other young women who become really powerful.
He said, “It’s very inspiring and uplifting and a fresh take on a superhero movie.”
Her character in the film – a paramedic named Cassie Webb who gains psychic powers after a near-death experience – also has some strange moments of her own in her journey to becoming a powerful figure in the Marvel comic canon. The actress told ET that she enjoyed playing a female character who might not fit into the traditional box.
“I think that’s really important, because I don’t know that all women feel comfortable in typical, stereotypical, female environments like dresses, high heels and babies and marriage – I don’t think everyone feels that way. It’s the same way about those things, too,” she said. “For Cassie to be uncomfortable and really try to be respectful but fail I think that’s a relatable situation to be in.”
madam web It also stars Celeste O’Connor, Sydney Sweeney, Isabella Merced and Adam Scott. The film will premiere in theaters on February 14.
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