Why Ana De Armas can upset a lot of people very quickly

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Ana de Armas’ Hollywood momentum hasn’t slowed down since her Golden Globes Nominated turn in the “Knives Out” of 2019. Since then, the versatile Cuban-born actor has enjoyed transforming himself into a range of completely different genres. After a scene-stealing role in “No Time to Die” and a steamy role in “Deep Water” – the erotic thriller starring her and ex-beau Ben Affleck – the Armas is ready to show her Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming “Blonde”. †

To tell Weekly entertainment the role was “the most beautiful thing I’ve ever done,” de Armas finished the film in 2019. “It was the most intense work I’ve ever done,” she said, adding that the preparation involved a year of extensive research. , including “accent…reading material and talking to” [director] Andrew Dominik for months.” Also starring Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale and Julianne Nicholson in the lead roles, early reports of the film certainly make it look like it will be an audience shock. For example, the guard confirmed a rape scene and speculated about the existence of a widely publicized “bloody menstrual cunnilingus” scene. Rated NC-17, “Blonde” is based on author Joyce Carol Oates’ 2000 Novel with the same name. After seeing an early draft of the film, Oates called it “surprising, brilliant, deeply disturbing and perhaps most surprisingly an utterly ‘feminist’ interpretation.”

Now that the public eye has been piqued, director Andrew Dominik recently revealed why the Armas’ vehicle is sure to spark controversy.

Ana de Armas’ Marilyn Monroe biopic isn’t for the faint of heart

Whether it’s a promise or a threat, Blonde director Andrew Dominik said his Marilyn Monroe biopic has “something in it to offend anyone.” In an interview in May with Vulture, Dominik delved into themes explored in the upcoming Netflix movie, starring Ana de Armas as Monroe. Originally scheduled to film as early as January 2011, Dominik alluded to the societal context that determines how the film is viewed. (It now has a expected December release.)

“If it had come out a few years ago, it would have come out the moment Me Too hit and it would have been an expression of all those things,” Dominik said. However, the director found his film nuanced beyond those messages. “We’re in a time now, I think, where people are really unsure about where any lines are,” he noted, making it the ideal climate for the release. “It’s a movie that definitely has a morality. But… I don’t think it’s going to be as ready-made as people want to see it.”

As for the NC-17 rating — a restrictive and rare one for a star-studded movie — Dominik doesn’t care. (According to Daily screen“Blondis the first Netflix Original film to receive such a rating.) “It’s a demanding film,” Dominik bluntly told the outlet. “If the audience doesn’t like it, that’s the goddamn audience’s problem… It’s an NC-17 movie about Marilyn Monroe, it’s kind of what you want, isn’t it?”

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