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BLONDE | From Writer and Director Andrew Dominik | Official Trailer | Netflix

Discover a life both known and unknown in this boldly imaginative film from Writer and Director Andrew Dominik that explores the complicated life of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. Based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates, Blonde, starring Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, and Julianne Nicholson premieres on Netflix September 28.


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BLONDE | From Writer and Director Andrew Dominik | Official Trailer | Netflix


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  1. This skeched artist organised with her friends terracts: Trade Center Pentagon 2011, Tsunami 2004, MS Estonia 1994, terracts in metro Moscow 2010, corona virus in 2019. They did it for stealing digital copies of royals bodies and digital copy of my body for financing their own terrorists group. Never publish these artists or you will be considered as sponsor of  terrorism.

  2. This may be the first black and white featured film that I am actually looking forward to see

  3. I really hope that Netflix puts subtitles in different languages (in my case in Spanish), there are many foreigners living in Anglo-Saxon countries. The world is global, not only English is spoken and Netflix should be respectful with its clients, such as Disney +.

  4. This awful actress is nothing what marilyn monroe was, the armas are so vulgar and simple and she is a bad actress

  5. Cuban girl …. I and so proud

  6. what version of "diamonds are a girl's best friend" in the trailer?

  7. im so glad they are finally showing how these huge stars didn't live perfect fairy tale lives. Behind the scenes, they fought to keep it together and this movie and the lifetime movie show how Marylin Munroe needed help but nobody wanted to give her a helping hand. its an American tragedy.

  8. Prepare the Oscar for her!! Arriba Cuba carajo!! 🇨🇺🇨🇺🇨🇺

  9. Marilyn at her peak (early 50's) and Linda Evangelista at her peak (early 90's) are the two most beautiful women that have ever lived

  10. Her accent smh…someone should’ve dubbed over her. 9 months of speech coaching my foot

  11. Andrew Dominik is a madperson of a filmmaker and thank goodness for that. This is the perfect teamup of vision + casting

  12. That’s what Killed her I think , Marilyn Monroe was a glamorous famous beautiful movie star that everyone adored, but deep down there was a hurt child by the name of Norma jean who had grown up in foster homes, who had been rejected by her own father who no one had loved , these lines that Ana so brilliantly says in Blonde “I know your suppose to get used to it but I just can’t when I come out of my dressing room I’m Norma Jean Marilyn Monroe only exists on the Screen ”, was in fact True, in the end there was a lonely girl under neath all that glamour and beauty who felt lonely and hurt.

  13. Can't wait September 16

  14. I can’t be the only one who thinks the voice is terrible? What an inexplicable decision to cast someone who can’t do the voice on point???????? Not knocking her at all, she is undoubtedly talented. But Marilyn’s voice is as iconic as her look 🥴🔫

  15. What lot of plastic surgery can do to a latina to look like a done Marilyn. They all had it.. Even Marilyn didn't look like herself.

  16. This is a film based on a totally fictional book that was massively inaccurate and has no resemblance to actually what happened in Monroe's real life.

  17. The likeness is amazing. I’m already upset on her and all abused women’s behalf. Let’s see if this does her justice.

  18. Get ready for another failed opportunistic attempt.
    The director is not a true Marylin fan and therefore cannot give her justice.
    She most certainly cannot be reduced to a little fragile victim who calls every guy Daddy with a whispery high pitched voice. She was Norma Jean, a genius and ambitious visionary woman who created a larger than life persona and was brilliant, funny and loved life. A simple viewing of Ladies Of The Chorus clearly shows how she transformed herself from that rather generic pretty all American girl to become the absolute object of all desire through careful surgery, make up and studied mannerism. She was not the Marilyn we know in that film. She was still Norma Jean. A normal voice and rather generic look before the eyes, voice, pout and pinched nose etc…that’s the story that should be told. That of a super smart and wildly successful woman who got swallowed by her own ambition.

  19. I heard there will be 3 analingus scenes in this movie

  20. Looks a little over dramatized capitalizing on her depression. From what I see on the trailer.

  21. Ana is a fantastic actress I'm quite sure she'll do justice to this larger than life role and MM will forever be in our hearts,
    can't wait to watch it.❤️

  22. Ugh not another bio doc on this woman. The actress has got the parted lip pout down. Hand her an Oscar.

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