Blonde trailer : Ana De Armas as Marilyn Monroe brings a hard-hitting tale of the cost of her fame

The first trailer to Andrew Dominik’s NC-17 biopic Blonde which stars Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe is now available on Netflix. The film’s debut in the international market will be a part of the competition at the Venice Film Festival. Venice Film Festival is inspired by Joyce Carol Oates’ best-selling book.

Marilyn Monroe is one of the most enduring icons of Hollywood Marilyn Monroe is one of the most enduring icons in Hollywood, and Blonde boldly reinvents her life. Blonde blurs lines between reality and fiction to explore the gap that is growing between the public and private personas, starting with her turbulent early years as Norma Jeane. It continues with her rise to fame and her sexual relationships.

The film is produced and written by Andrew Dominik and stars a group of actors that include Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody, Julianne Nicholson, Xavier Samuel along with Ana de Armas.

The most anticipated film in this year’s Venice Film Festival is this controversial film. Director of the Cannes Film Festival, Thierry Fremaux had stated that he was trying to include it on the 2022 lineup, but had not been able to reach an agreement with Netflix. Because of the festival’s requirements that all films participating be distributed in France The streaming service hasn’t been to Cannes since the year 2017.

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Blonde Blonde, which Oates describes as an empowering film, aims to be a hit with the people of who are in the present. According to Oates that the way in which powerful men, especially those in Washington, DC, treat all women, excluding wives, isn’t that different from the way Kennedy was treated by Marilyn Monroe and continues to be.

This week saw the release of brand new movie posters along with the confirmation that the actor Bobby Cannavale will play baseball legend Joe DiMaggio in the movie.

De Armas said previously in the film that they collaborated on the project for hours each day for a full year. She scoured countless photos and audio recordings, as well as videos film, and everything else she could lay the chance to study as well as read Joyce’s book. Each scenario is based on the previous photograph.

They would look at each aspect of the photograph and then discuss the events that were taking place. Was Norma Jeane feeling in this circumstance, which was the first question to be asked? They wanted to present her feelings from a human point of view. The fame has made Norma the most unnoticed person on earth, but it also made Marilyn the most famous.

Blonde premieres on Netflix across all countries on the 28th of September.

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