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By admin on January 17, 2023 with 0 Comments

The stunning Ana de Armas attended the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards both as a nominee for her work in Blonde and as a presenter. She was wearing a Louis Vuitton dress and some jewelry from the brand. Find HQ photos of the event as well as her Vogue preparation in the gallery:

By admin on January 17, 2023 with 0 Comments

Happy New Year Ana fans! On January 03, Ana was in New York to visit The Tonight Show. She’s also one of the W Magazine‘s Best Performances of the Year. Find the interview and pictures below:

By admin on January 17, 2023 with 0 Comments

Ana De Armas and Eddie Redmayne interviewed each other for Variety’s Actors on Actors. Find the video and the photoshoot below:

By admin on September 26, 2022 with 0 Comments

VARIETY – A few years back, Ana de Armas needed to convince Netflix that she could be Marilyn Monroe.

She was already the first choice of director Andrew Dominik, whose film “Blonde,” a surrealist vision of the life and death of the screen legend, had been reportedly cast with various leading ladies before alighting on de Armas, but “Knives Out” — the hit film in which the previously little-known performer sat at the center of the mystery — hadn’t yet come out. In 2019, few knew her name.

De Armas brought her accent coach to the in-person screen test with Netflix. “I hadn’t had the training and the voice and everything,” says de Armas, who was born and raised in Cuba. “So my coach was crouching on the floor, under the table.” The stakes were high. “I just knew that everything we did that day was going to be the definitive test of the movie to be greenlit or not.” The scene was one in which Monroe pleads with husband Joe DiMaggio to let her move to New York so that she can “start from zero, away from Hollywood,” de Armas recalls; passion had to enter Monroe’s voice, all as the woman under the table fed de Armas the proper pronunciations of the lines.