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Dakota Johnson reveals Alfred Hitchcock once sent a doll of her Tippi Hedren... in a coffin
Dakota Johnson is opening up about an incident involving iconic director Alfred Hitchcock and his star of The Birds - and Johnson's grandmother - Tippi Hedren.The 32-year-old Johnson is the daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith, who herself is the daughter of Hedren, 92, with Johnson discussing a number of topics in her wide-ranging interview with Vanity Fair.Johnson revealed that the late director, who passed in 1980 at 80 years of age, was a 'tyrant,' detailing a disturbing incident involving a Christmas gift that Hitchcock gave a very young Griffith as a child which was, 'a tiny replica' of Hedren 'in a tiny coffin.' Opening up:Dakota Johnson is opening up about an incident involving iconic director Alfred Hitchcock and his star of The Birds - and Johnson's grandmother - Tippi Hedren Grandmother:The 32-year-old Johnson is the daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith, who herself is the daughter of Hedren, 92, with Johnson discussing a number of topics in her wide-ranging interview with Vanity Fair Director:Johnson revealed that the late director, who passed in 1980 at 80 years of age, was a 'tyrant,' detailing a disturbing incident involving a Christmas gift that Hitchcock gave a very young Griffith as a child which was, 'a tiny replica' of Hedren 'in a tiny coffin''It’s alarming and dark and really, really sad for that little girl. Really scary,' Johnson said of the disturbing gift.'What happened with my grandmother was horrific because Hitchcock was a tyrant.
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The crowd goes wild for Pamela Anderson in ‘Chicago’ on Broadway
joining the cast of “Chicago” on Broadway.I can now attest that the actress and “Baywatch” babe moves confidently, carries a tune and, you know, all that jazz.Anderson, 54, started her eight-week run as foxy Roxie Hart in the musical Tuesday night, and she was greeted with the kind of crowd euphoria that few shows have received during this tricky season — let alone a production that just turned 25 years old. Her sons, Dylan Jagger Lee and Brandon Thomas Lee, were sitting in the Ambassador Theatre, decked out in their midweek finery, supporting their famous mom. For Tuesday’s other, non-blood-related ticket-buyers, Pam might as well have been Ethel Merman considering the roars. She was swell, she was great.It helps that Roxie — a 1920s adulteress who murders her lover and becomes a tabloid darling as she argues self-defense — is the perfect part for the entertainment icon. Producers Fran and Barry Weissler — whose whole show is in terrific shape — have printed money for decades by cycling out an array of stars in the lead roles. However, hardly any (save for Melanie Griffith, maybe) know first-hand what it’s like to be front-page news the way Anderson does. When her Roxie is bombarded by reporters and flashbulbs at the courthouse with her smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn (Ryan Silverman), there’s a world-weary wisdom and a learned darkness to the actress that, intentional or not, separates her from the many Roxies who so often go overboard with squeals and emoting. Anderson is also very funny.
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