Thu. May 26th, 2022

Dakota Johnson reveals that Jesse Eisenberg ‘did not recognize’ her while working together on The Social Network set










In a new interview, Dakota Johnson revealed that Jesse Eisenberg, the actress who starred in The Social Network, did not recognize her while the two were on the set.

Johnson, 32, had a small role in the 2010 drama, which was based on the true story of how Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook.

In a video shared by Vanity Fair, the actress sat down with costar Andrew Garfield, 38, to commemorate their time working on the film.

Disclosure: In a new interview, Dakota Johnson revealed that Jesse Eisenberg, the actress who starred in The Social Network, did not recognize her while the two were on the set

Disclosure: In a new interview, Dakota Johnson revealed that Jesse Eisenberg, the actress who starred in The Social Network, did not recognize her while the two were on the set

“You and Jesse were so busy with that movie, and I was obviously in it for four seconds, but I spent a few days on the set just watching,” Dakota recalled in the episode.

The nine-minute conversation was shared on Tuesday via the publication’s YouTube channel.

‘I remember sitting with you when you had lunch one day and you asked me a lot of questions,’ thought the star, who is in love with Chris Martin.

Seen from his perspective: 'He was probably in character,' Dakota added, giving the actor - who was not in the video - a generous offer

Seen from his perspective: ‘He was probably in character,’ Dakota added, giving the actor – who was not in the video – a generous offer

“You were really sweet, and Jesse did not recognize me,” she told Garfield.

The entertainer was dressed in a mostly black outfit, except for a lavender blouse, which had a collar around his neck.

She slipped on a pair of black leather loafers and her long dark hair was in loose ringlets and framed by her signature bangs.

“He was probably in character,” said the Texas-born performer, giving the actor – who was not in the video – a generous bid.

Early career: Johnson had a small role in the 2010 drama, which was based on the true story of how Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook

Early career: Johnson had a small role in the 2010 drama, which was based on the true story of how Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook

Andrew did not touch the pot when he remarked, ‘Oh boy, I do not know. I feel like I have to defend him somehow.

“Maybe there was something of Zuckerberg coming through at that moment.”

In the 11-year-old movie Dakota played a Stanford University student was also the love interest of Justin Timberlake’s character, Napster co-creator Sean Parker.

Both Dakota and her colleague continued to have remarkable careers – Garfield eventually took on the role of Spider-Man, and Johnson can currently be seen in the Maggie Gynllehaal-directed film The Lost Daughter.

Small part: Dakota looked back at her role in the movie, said, 'I was in it for four seconds'

Small part: Dakota looked back at her role in the movie, said, ‘I was in it for four seconds’

Her role: In the 11-year-old film Dakota played a Stanford University student, there was also a love interest in Justin Timberlake's character, Napster co-creator Sean Parker

Her role: In the 11-year-old film Dakota played a Stanford University student, there was also a love interest in Justin Timberlake’s character, Napster co-creator Sean Parker

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