Every few years, a player appears everywhere and then everywhere you look. In a few months, you move from the unknown to the centre of each new project under development. 2010 Jennifer Lawrence launched her Academy Award hopes with roles in Hunger Games franchises such as Silver Linings Playbook and The Hustle. The decade ended with Naomi Scott, who seamlessly transitioned from Power Rangers to Charlie’s Angels to Aladdin – the new decade heralded the appearance of a new darling in Anna D’Armes. While he gained some notoriety from his roles in Blade Runner 2049 and Knives Out, Daniel Craig’s final outing for James Bond, So Time passed away, making him a star. Turned Now, Ana de Armas’ latest project has earned her ratings, and she can’t find words to express her feelings about it.
According to Uproxx, Ana de Armas has reacted to the news that her film, Blonde, has received an NC-17 rating, a first for a Netflix film. The actress expressed her confusion, saying she doesn’t know why the ratings are dropping and that she can name several other movies or TV shows with more sexual content than her new movie. He talked about the importance of presenting a true picture of the uncomfortable things that happened to Marilyn Monroe, and that’s how he ended up. Reviews like the semi-critical Ana de Armas seem less about explicit sexuality and more about possible nudity or sexual scenes.
Blonde is based on the autobiographical novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oats. This book was published in 2000 and took a more creative approach to telling the mystery of Marilyn Monroe instead of guesswork. Although not all biographers seem to agree on the facts of the actor’s life, Oates uses this fact to tell a more poetic story about the three different female characters found in Monroe’s story. Norma Jean, the dirty girl with stars in her eyes. Star Marilyn Monroe; A picture of gold. Ana de Armas appears as a bombshell in a fictional account of her life. The film will likely inject a healthy dose of director-actor interpretation into the story, giving audiences a compelling, if inaccurate, account of Marlene’s final days.
Ana de Armas isn’t the only person associated with the film who wasn’t happy about the ratings. According to Variety, director Andrew Dominik criticized America’s ambiguous views on on-screen sex, noting the country’s significant contribution to the adult film industry. While the ratings caused friction between Dominic and Netflix, it seems all is well as the film is set to premiere at the Venice Film Festival, and Dominik had nothing to say about the streaming service. . But good things for that. As viewers, we’ll have to wait until the premiere before we rate ourselves, but we’re sure that Ana de Armas will shine in every scene, just like Marilyn; what was before that?