Netflix The first ever evocative clip from Andrew Dominic’s movie has been shown.Blondechampionship Ana de Armas as a hollywood icon Marlin Monroe. The film, based on Joyce Carol Oates’ bestselling novel, is best known for its NC-17 rating. Supporting actors include Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody, Julian Nicholson, Xavier Samuel, and Evan Williams.
The official synopsis for Netflix’s “Blonde” reads:[The film] Boldly reimagining the life of one of Hollywood’s most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her tumultuous childhood as Norma Jean, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglement, the blonde blurs the lines of truth and fiction to exploring the growing divide between her public and private selves.
“Andrew’s ambitions were very clear from the start – to present a version of Marilyn Monroe’s life through her lens,” de Armas recently said. Netflix Queue. “He wanted the world to experience what it felt like to not only be Marilyn, but also Norma Jean. I found her to be the most daring, unapologetic, and feminist take on her story that I had ever seen.”
“We worked on this movie for hours, every day for about a year,” de Armas added. “I read Joyce’s novel, and I studied hundreds of photos, videos, audios, films — anything I could get hold of. Every scene was inspired by an existing picture. We were examining every detail in the picture and discussing what was going on in it. The first question was always, ‘How does Norma Jeane feel?’” Here?” We wanted to tell the human side of her story. Fame is what made Marilyn the most visible person in the world, but it also made Norma the most invisible person.
The movie’s NC-17 rating reportedly caused tension between Dominik and Netflix, but the director said screen daily In February he said he “has nothing but gratitude for Netflix,” noting that the streaming giant supports the title even if it has some issues with its content. Netflix “insisted on hiring Hereditary and Tenet editor Jennifer Lamm to curtail the film’s excesses.” Dominic added that “Blonde” is a demanding film. If the audience doesn’t like it, that’s the dreaded audience problem. She is not running for public office.”
Talking to Eagle In May, Dominic added about the film: “There is something in it that offends everyone.”
“Blonde” premieres globally on Netflix on September 23. Watch the first shot and see new images from the movie below.