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Blonde Director Doesn’t Think Marilyn Monroe Netflix Movie Deserves NC-17 Rating

Blonde Director Doesn't Think Marilyn Monroe Netflix Movie Deserves NC-17 Rating

After working for years, Andrew Dominic’s White Finally on the verge of being a reality, the Netflix film is expected to debut sometime this year. While we haven’t yet received any footage or an official look at the Ana de Armas-starring film, the project has already made headlines for being the first Netflix project to earn an NC-17 rating for “some sexual content.” This is the highest possible rating that the Motion Picture Association of America can give to a film, and generally indicates that the project contains adult content that is only suitable for audiences 18 years of age and older. In a recent interview playlistDominic addressed the NC-17 rating, indicating that he was surprised by it – but understood it given the circumstances of the film’s release.

“Yeah, it was a little surprising, that it got that rating,” revealed Dominic. “It was actually #MeToo that allowed White Happen. It was a golden moment where you had to believe in a woman’s point of view, no matter what. Whereas before I think people were really uncomfortable with how White Some depicted American sacred cows. And then it became a golden moment, where it didn’t matter whether they were holy cows or not, and so it became, in the end, what let it happen. Here’s the thing, though, it’s not like I’m indifferent to his point of view, you know? NC-17 is not a good thing for your movie, you can’t be on some billboards and you can’t advertise on certain things and because of that rating there are all kinds of restrictions that are imposed on you. So, getting an NC-17 isn’t cool, you know, and it’s not something I wanted the movie to be. Also, I don’t think it’s something that the film deserves, it doesn’t really reflect community standards, I think it’s a political thing.”

“Well, White There’s going to be some kind of theatrical release,” Dominic said. “I mean, you can’t have a billboard, and … I don’t understand why Netflix signed the MPAA signatory. I mean, there must be some advantage. I can’t understand why someone would put themselves under that censorship if they didn’t, but… you know, really, I probably shouldn’t be speculating on that stuff because I’m really not [know enough about it.],

Adapted from Joyce Carol Oates’ 2000 novel of the same name, White A fictional look at Monroe’s life, which saw her become a cultural icon as an actress, model, and singer until her death in 1962. The film is written and directed by Andrew Dominic, who previously worked with The Assassination of Jesse James by Cowardly Robert Ford And killing them Softly, The project has been in the works in some form or fashion since 2010, with Naomi Watts and Jessica Chastain set to star at basically different points and times.

De Armas was cast in March of 2019, with production beginning in August. The cast of the project includes Adrien Brody as Arthur Miller, Bobby Cannavale as Joe DiMaggio, Casper Phillipsson as John F. Kennedy, Julian Nicholson as Gladys Pearl Baker, Toby Huss as Alan “Whitey” Snyder, Charles Xavier Samuel as Chaplin Jr. , and Luke Whorisky as James Dean.

years after production White After it began, rumors spread about the project, with some speculating that Dominic was in conflict with Netflix over the film’s final cut. In an interview with ScreenDaily earlier this yearDominic confirmed that was not the case, and expected the film to retain its NC-17 rating.

“It’s a demanding film,” Dominic explained. “If the audience doesn’t like it, it’s the audience’s problem. It’s not running for public office.”

“It’s an NC-17 movie about Marilyn Monroe, that’s what you want, isn’t it?” Dominic added. “I want to go and see the NC-17 version of the Marilyn Monroe story.”

White Netflix is ​​expected to release at a later date.

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Drashti Jain