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Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan Make Out on Paris Balcony for 'Fifty Shades' Scene, Wraps Filming

by Jackie Willis 8:30 AM PDT, July 20, 2016
Playing Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan Make Out on Paris Balcony for 'Fifty Shades' Scene, Wraps Filming

The City of Light got a lot more romantic when Fifty Shades of Freed started shooting there earlier this week.

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan -- who portray Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in the erotic Fifty Shades film franchise -- were spotted heavily making out while shooting a scene on a balcony in Paris, France on Tuesday.

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Dornan wore an un-tucked white button-down shirt and dark slacks, while Johnson donned a sexy tan pencil skirt and cream-colored blouse. The co-stars' chemistry was clear as they laughed and locked lips while in character.

Photo: Splash News

On Wednesday, Dornan and Johnson shot a more casual scene on the streets of Paris. Both dressed in jeans, the two happily rode bikes as cameras rolled.

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Photo: Splash News

Fifty Shades novelist, E.L. James, shared in the early morning hours that the cast and crew had wrapped on shooting the triology. "Fifty Shades is wrapped," she tweeted. "Thanks to all the fans who came to support us."

Good night all. 😴

A photo posted by E L James (@erikaljames) on

These final takes have the actors wearing a lot more clothes than they were sporting while shooting on the French Rivera last week. The co-stars were presumably shooting the honeymoon scene for the third sequel, with Johnson wearing a seriously skimpy bikini, and Dornan flashing his abs as he strolled the set shirtless in a pair of blue board shorts.

Check out the scantily-clad scene!

Fifty Shades Darker
hits theaters Feb. 10, 2017, while Fifty Shades Freed will not be released until Feb. 8, 2018.

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