Dakota Johnson does a funny Racy Armie Hammer story at Sundance starting tonight: "Who knew cannibalism had gotten so popular?"

Johnson appeared at the "A Flavor of Sundance" inaugural dinner on Thursday night to present his friend and collaborator Luca Guadagnino with the global icon award

While on stage, he applauded the director's Oscar-winning 2017 indie film "Name Me Through Your Call," which premiered at Sundance

joking that he was offered the role of the peach in the coming-of-age story. . (In one of the liveliest scenes in the film

Timothée Chalamet's man Elio performs a sexual act on a piece of fruit, which is eventually discovered by Hammer's persona.) But he had to show the key feature

ome years after the release of "Call Me Using Your Call," Hammer faced accusations of cannibalistic fetishes, as well as sexual assault and abusive conduct

She has denied all the accusations, and Hammer's lawyer has maintained that all interactions "have been absolutely consensual, mentioned and agreed before, and at the same time participatory."

“It's been five years considering the fact that that movie opened here, and Luca hasn't stopped taking us to exciting places,” Johnson said, nodding to Guadagnino's modern film 

"Who knew that cannibalism had become so famous?" she teased herself, drawing laughter from the crowd at the Park Town Company Basin Fieldhouse.

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