'Fifty Shades' Friday: Dakota Johnson & Rita Ora Love To Shock!

Dakota Johnson as Ana Steele in Entertainment Weekly and Rita Ora for Rimmel

Dakota Johnson and Rita Ora both shock in their 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' movie roles. Find out how!

The Fifty Shades Of Grey movie isn't out until February 2015, but that doesn't mean its stars haven't shocked the world with their roles. Dakota Johnson, who stars as Ana Steele in the BDSM flick, shocked her family more than anyone else when she nabbed the part of the virginal college grad!

Dakota Johnson's father, Don Johnson, told reporters he's not familiar with the Fifty Shades Of Grey beyond the hype -- and he's never read . the books"I don't know anything about it ... [And] this isn't something I would go out and buy and read anyways. This isn't on my bucket list. I read The Story Of O in the '60s so I think I'm up to speed."

Don Johnson sadded, "I can tell you this: Dakota is a gifted, gifted actress. And this will be a blip in a long line of parts where she kills it. She is the authentic article and I am exceedingly proud of her."

Rita Ora, who stars as Mia Grey -- the adoptive sister of Christian Grey -- shocked herself the most when she took the role of the brilliant, worldly brunette. And it scared the bejesus out of her! "I'm not even going to sugarcoat it. Of course I'm nervous. It's my first movie, you know," she told PopSugar. (Maybe she's forgetting her cameo in Fast & Furious!)

Ora has been in front of cameras other times, too, like when shooting music videos, but she explained that it's totally not the same vibe. "A music video is so different to doing a movie. I was so scared of all the people on set, and [director Sam Taylor-Johnson] is so nice and she made me feel very comfortable."

Still, the shock is what drew Rita Ora to Fifty Shades Of Grey in the first place. "Of course," she said when presented with the shock value reminder. "But that's what attracted me to it even more. I mean, everybody has a different opinion, but for me, you know, shock value is what I remember."