After months (years…who can say more?) of whispers, gossip, and much postponement, Ana de Armas has made her debut as Norma Jean. In the first full-length trailer for the much-anticipated (almost legendary) Andrew Dominic. Blonde, the actress is finally Marilyn Monroe — and she’s having a crisis over what that means. Although she flies in Hollywood, Norma Jeane does not see herself in the character of Marilyn Monroe.
A silkscreen rendition of “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” obviously echoes through the entire trailer, a perfect blend of eccentricity and beauty. Bobby Cannavale (who plays “The Ex-Athlete”) opens the preview to a scene over Dinner with Marilyn, and asks a simple question: “How did it get started?”
Marilyn says she never started. Fame came to break her door, and she hasn’t stopped stalking her ever since.
“I think I found out,” she said, crying. “I know you’re supposed to get used to it. But I can’t. I played Marilyn Monroe and Marilyn Monroe and Marilyn Monroe. I can’t stand doing another scene like Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn doesn’t exist.”
The actress is clearly uncomfortable with her life, as the trailer shows her exhausting and awkward during iconic moments on movie sets like Some like it hotMashhad subway grate The Seven Year Itch, and more. The paparazzi are stifling like shimmering dresses. In one great scene, Marilyn looks at herself in the mirror and laughs – except that she’s not laughing. Only the girl in the mirror laughs, as her true self remains on the other side.
As expected after hits like Take out the knives And the No time to dieAna de Armas looks like a real performer. In this two-minute clip, her famous aura ranged from dazzling to catastrophic, impressing an audience filled with big names one second, and screaming in their lungs in a burning building the next. Sorry, director Andrew Dominic—that’s all Marilyn Monroe and Ana de Armas movies are now.
However, there is already a divisive reaction to a de Armas dialect like Monroe, whose brilliant and sweet voice is indelible on her legacy. While some people described the actress’s “Cuban Spanish accent” as “distracting,” others made a good defense of de Armas.
One Twitter user shared: “People complaining about Ana de Armas’ Spanish accent in the trailer for BLONDE… is one of the reasons actors, whose native language is not English, can’t succeed in Hollywood.” “The masses will call for a suspension of disbelief for men with superpowers who wear tight stockings but draw the line at the accents.”
Speaking of Dominic, the director has raised eyebrows for some time as the film prepares for its release in late 2022. He has already given the middle finger to audiences not interested in his movie. Furthermore, he was very ostentatious about the fact of that Blonde It has a rare rating of NC-17. But it’s heading to Netflix, so how can the player stop any young person from watching?
“It’s a demanding movie. If the audience doesn’t like it, that’s the audience’s damn problem. Tell Dominic Screen Daily about the movie. It’s an NC-17 movie about Marilyn Monroe, it’s kind of what you want, right? I want to go and see an NC-17 version of The Marilyn Monroe story.
Numerous delays – development started in 2010—The film has only added to the intrigue. However, finally, Blonde It will have its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in early September, and arrive on Netflix later that month on September 28.
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