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Marilyn Monroe’s heirs defend Ana de Armas after criticism for her accent in ‘Blonde’

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The trailer of Blondethe biopic in which Anne of Arms puts on the skin of Marilyn Monroearoused much criticism from viewers who considered that the accent of the Cuban actress did not resemble enough the tone of voice of the great Hollywood icon. And, although the tape is not authorized by the heirs and company that manages Monroe’s legacy, they have come out in defense of the interpreter and of his choice for the role.

It has been Marc Rosen, entertainment president of Authentic Brands Group (ABG), a company that manages the estate and image rights of Marilyn Monroe, who has publicly defended de Armas. “Marilyn Monroe is a Hollywood and pop culture icon that transcends generations and history, and any actor who gets into that role knows that it is very difficult to live up to it“, he assured.

Marilyn Monroe and the mythical sweater of Mexican origin that she used in her last photos

“Based on the trailer, it seems to me that Ana was a great casting choice as she captures Marilyn’s glamour, humanity and vulnerability. We can’t wait to see the finished film,” adds Rosen about Blondefilm based on the famous homonymous novel by Joyce Carol Oates.

In fact, Ana de Armas assured The Times of London who spent nearly an entire year working on Monroe’s accent for Blonde before filming started: “It took me nine months of training to get the accent right. It was very exhausting, my brain was fried.”

Directed and written by Andrew Dominic, Blonde will tell the story of the iconic actress, who joined the film industry in 1945 and quickly became one of the most prominent sex symbols of the seventh art. During the 40s and 50s, Marylin Monroe dazzled the public in her facets as an actress, singer and model, thanks to her smile, her seductive gaze and her sensual walk.

Yet despite this facade of success, Monroe had to deal with a turbulent private life and mental health issues. that led her to die after an alleged barbiturate overdose in 1962, only 36 years old, uAn aspect of his career that the film will also address.

When is Mar’s movie released?ylin Netflix’s Monroe?

Blonde It will be the first from Netflix to have an NC-17 rating in the United States, which means that it is an exclusive film for people over 18 years of age. I know will premiere the September 28 on the streaming platform.

With Anne of Arms, complete the distribution of Blonde Adrian Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, Julianne Nicholson, Caspar Phillipson, Toby Huss, Sara Paxton, David Warshofsky, Evan Williams, Michael Masini, and Luke Whoriskey.


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