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Ana de Armas’ casting in Netflix’s ‘Blonde’ biopic is defended by Marilyn Monroe’s estate

The estate of has posted a statement in support of actress , who had her accent criticized in the trailer of the Netflix biopic “Blonde.”Several of the executives of Monroe’s entertainment company said Tuesday that they support casting Armas in the film, an NC-17 psychodrama scheduled for release next month.

\” I’m excited to see all the different portrayals she’s received from celebrities, such as and , and now Ana De Armas,” said , Authentic Brands Group’s president and chief marketing officer.”There are no rules for honoring Marilyn’s legacy as an artist.

We embrace new interpretations that pay tribute to her iconic star power, beauty, and humanity, and bring her into relevant cultural conversations.”To attend the Met Gala in May, Kardashian wore Marilyn Monroe’s famous “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” gown. In 2011, Williams starred as Monroe in the film “My Week with Marilyn,” earning an Academy Award nomination.

Authentic Brand Group’s entertainment president said: “Marilyn Monroe transcends generations and eras. Any actor who steps into that role must understand the magnitude of the task.”From the trailer alone, it appears Ana captured Marilyn’s glamour, humanity, and vulnerability perfectly,” Rosen added.

Variety broke the news of the estate’s statements. The trailer for “Blonde” was released last week, and it received equal parts praise and scorn online. Some users said de Armas, 34, doesn’t sound like the legend from “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” and “The Seven Year Itch.”This film is based on a fictionalized novel by Joyce Carol Oates of the same name.

The film was mostly shot in black-and-white, and it was directed by Andrew Dominik, who also directed “Chopper” and “Killing Them Softly.”The actress, who has starred in films such as “Knives Out” and “No Time to Die,” said she spent nearly a year perfecting her accent before shooting “Blonde.” She said she “took nine months of dialect coaching and practicing and some ADR”.

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