“Blonde” Trailer: Ana De Armas as Marilyn Monroe “All Seen, None Seen”

“Merlin doesn’t exist” Ana de Armas In the first trailer for golden, the upcoming Netflix biopic NC-17 in which he stars as a tormented Hollywood sex symbol. “When I come out of my dressing room, I’m Norma Jane,” she continues. When the camera rolls, I’m still him. “Marilyn Monroe only exists on the screen.”


These contents can also be seen on its website originates from.

Set to Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend, the two-minute film gives the world its first look at the filmmaker. Andrew DominickMonroe’s view based on Joyce Carol OatesBest selling novel of 2000. Vanity Fair exhibition Exclusive images from golden This week, he spoke with Oates about the similarities between the actress and 19th-century literary figure Emma Bowery. “Both are young women who have a very romantic and possibly unrealistic vision of love,” she explained. Marilyn was so insecure, so demanding that it was hard for anyone to love her or even help her. Many men tried, including her second husband, baseball player Joe DiMaggio, but were scared off before they backed out.

De Armas stars alongside him Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody, Julian Nicholson, Xavier Samuel And Evan Williams According to Netflix, in a film that “blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening gap between his public and private selves.” golden De Armas has long since joined the role. I only had to audition for Marilyn once and Andrew said “that’s you”, but I had to audition for everyone else. People make money. “I always have people to convince.” Vanity Fair exhibition in 2020. “But I knew I could do it. Playing Marilyn was a breakthrough. A Cuban played by Marilyn Monroe. I wanted it so much.”

The star that broke with 2019 Knives outalso said he identified with Monroe’s very public persona VF“You see that famous photo of him and he’s smiling in the moment, but that’s only part of what he was really experiencing at the time.”

golden It will make its world premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival before heading to Netflix on September 28.


(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Related posts

Leave a Comment