Ana de Armas, who had a courtship with Ben Affleck, is consolidating his career in Hollywood, now, the actress will play a movie diva: Marilyn Monroe. At the moment it is known that this production is in charge of Netflix, however, its premiere will have to wait until 2022.
“Blonde”, the film about the life of Marilyn Monroe starring Ana de Armas will premiere on Netflix, but according to a magazine exclusive Variety, the television platform decided to postpone the debut of this long-awaited production until next year, without confirming a specific date at the moment.
De Armas (Havana, 1988) will star in this biographical film about the most famous blonde actress in Hollywood, entitled “Blonde”, based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates and directed by Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”) for the Netflix platform.
The actress will play the protagonist of “Some Like It Hot” (“An Eva and two Adanes”) in a project that has been in production for almost ten years and that was originally going to star the actress Naomi Watts. After Watts’ rejection, Jessica Chastain was spoken of as a substitute, although she was eventually the protagonist of “El internado” chosen for the role.
Born and raised in Cuba, the actress began her career in Spain before reaching the age of majority, thanks to directors such as Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón (“Una rosa de Francia”, 2006) or the duo Albacete y Menkes (“Mentiras y Gordas”, 2009), although the character to whom he owes his greatest popularity is Carolina, one of the main ones in the series “El internado”.
After this fiction, the actress continued on television with the series “Hispania” and in cinema with “Por un puñado de besos” (Menkes, 2014), co-starring with Martiño Rivas, but in 2014, driven by the crisis in the sector in Spain and faced with the possibility of getting new opportunities in the US market, he emigrated to Hollywood.
In the mecca of cinema she has become the new “Bond girl” from the James Bond franchise, and has achieved a Golden Globe nomination for “Knives Out,” whose sequel is already in production for Netflix.