By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail.com
03:15 18 Sep 2023, updated 16:25 18 Sep 2023
Dakota Johnson was the picture of comfort as she stepped out to do some grocery shopping on Sunday afternoon.
The 33-year-old actress was spotted leaving a market in Malibu, carrying a massive watermelon back to her vehicle.
The outing comes exactly one week after she hit the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of her new film Daddio.
Johson stepped out at the Malibu market wearing an oversized brown sweater with some large black sunglasses.
She was carrying a brown grocery bag and a very large watermelon as she left the Malibu market and walked back to her vehicle.
She accessorized with small silver hoop earrings with wide-legged brown fuzzy sweats for the outing.
She completed her look with green Adidas sneakers and brown socks for her outing.
Johnson made headlines earlier this month for being one of the few stars to earn interim agreements to head to the Toronto International Film Festival. films.
Among these A-listers expected to walk the red carpet at TIFF are Sean Penn, Dakota Johnson, Finn Wolfhard, Viggo Mortensen, Maya Hawke, Laura Linney and Nicolas Cage, under interim agreements from SAG-AFTRA, via Deadline.
Penn and Johnson will be in town to promote their film Daddio, with star-co-director Wolfhard arriving for Hell of a Summer, with a few of his co-stars.
Johnson and Penn, 63, are the sole stars of the drama, which sees the duo in just one location throughout the movie’s entirety.
Following the two through New York City in a cab ride from JFK Airport to midtown Manhattan, the plot tracks a single conversation between the duo.
Originally written as a play, Daddio was penned by playwright Christy Hall, who also directed.
In a joint Instagram post shared by TeaTime and Dakota, the caption read: ‘First look at the newest member of the TeaTime family.’
Added in the note were two emoji – a yellow taxi cab and the head of a blonde woman.
In the taxi ride, the driver (Penn) and passenger (Johnson) are strangers who discuss various subjects ranging from romantic love to childhood trauma.
Addressing the intimacy of the actor’s dialogue, Hall told Entertainment Weekly, ‘It’s easier, I think, to bare your soul to someone like a cabbie, because you know you’re never going to see them again.’