Ana de Armas says it’s ‘disgusting’ that nudity from Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde will ‘go viral’

Ana de Armas says it’s ‘disgusting’ that nudity from her rated NC-17 Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde will ‘go viral’ on the Internet: ‘I can’t control it’

Ana de Armas has said it is ‘disgusting’ that the nudity from her highly-anticipated Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde – which is rated NC-17 –  will go viral on the Internet.

The  34-year-old Cuban and Spanish actress looked stunning on the cover of the latest edition of Variety magazine where she candidly discussed how she will react when clips of her nude body will circulate around the world.

Ana was unprompted as she brought the subject up while stressing that context was important as she said: ‘I know what’s going to go viral.

Wow factor: Ana de Armas looked stunning on the cover of the latest edition of Variety magazine where she candidly said it is 'disgusting' that the nudity from her highly-anticipated Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde - which is rated NC-17 - will go viral on the Internet

Wow factor: Ana de Armas looked stunning on the cover of the latest edition of Variety magazine where she candidly said it is ‘disgusting’ that the nudity from her highly-anticipated Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde – which is rated NC-17 – will go viral on the Internet

‘And it’s disgusting. It’s upsetting just to think about it. I can’t control it; you can’t really control what they do and how they take things out of context. I don’t think it gave me second thoughts; it just gave me a bad taste to think about the future of those clips.’

Many of the reviews of the highly-anticipated flick have commented on how far director Andrew Dominik took Marilyn’s story to the depths of despair. 

Ana commented: ‘I did things in this movie I would have never done for anyone else, ever. I did it for her, and I did it for Andrew.’

The 34-year-old Cuban and Spanish actress was unprompted as she brought the subject up while stressing that context was important as she said: 'I know what's going to go viral'

The 34-year-old Cuban and Spanish actress was unprompted as she brought the subject up while stressing that context was important as she said: ‘I know what’s going to go viral’

'I did things in this movie I would have never done for anyone else, ever. I did it for her, and I did it for Andrew': Many of the reviews of the highly-anticipated flick have commented on how far director Andrew Dominik took Marilyn's story to the depths of despair

‘I did things in this movie I would have never done for anyone else, ever. I did it for her, and I did it for Andrew’: Many of the reviews of the highly-anticipated flick have commented on how far director Andrew Dominik took Marilyn’s story to the depths of despair

The talented actress threw all of herself into playing the icon so much that she had a hard time leaving the character behind as flew to London to shoot James Bond film No Time To Die to play her character Paloma a day after wrapping Blonde and explained: ‘I couldn’t say goodbye.

‘I couldn’t shake it off. I couldn’t let her go. I went to visit her at her cemetery a few times — I would have liked to go one more time.’

As a result, Ana believes that there is some Marilyn in her James Bond character as she said:  ‘If you think about Paloma now. I am sure that there is some Marilyn in there.

'If you think about Paloma now. I am sure that there is some Marilyn in there': The talented actress threw all of herself into playing the icon so much that she had a hard time leaving the character behind as flew to London to shoot James Bond film No Time To Die to play her character Paloma a day after wrapping Blonde

‘If you think about Paloma now. I am sure that there is some Marilyn in there’: The talented actress threw all of herself into playing the icon so much that she had a hard time leaving the character behind as flew to London to shoot James Bond film No Time To Die to play her character Paloma a day after wrapping Blonde 

‘There is! Her energy and her charm and this thing where she was lit from the inside — Paloma stole a little bit of her.’

The film, which received an NC-17 rating, explores the actress’ history of abuse at the hands of powerful men, along with her descent into drug abuse.

Adrien Brody, who is referred to as The Playwright, appears as her third and final husband Arthur Miller, while Bobby Cannavale is featured as her second husband The Ex-Athlete, Joe DiMaggio.

Rise and fall: The Cuban-born actress stars in the upcoming dark drama Blonde as a fictional version of Marilyn Monroe, based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates; still from Blonde

Dark days: The film, which received an NC-17 rating, explores the actress' history of abuse at the hands of powerful men, along with her descent into drug abuse; Monroe seen in Niagara (1953)

Rise and fall: The Cuban-born actress stars in the upcoming dark drama Blonde as a fictional version of Marilyn Monroe, based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates. The film, which received an NC-17 rating, explores the actress’ history of abuse at the hands of powerful men, along with her descent into drug abuse

However, the film is not a strict biopic or a recounting of her life, as the novel it is based on takes significant liberties with Monroe’s life. 

The film has received polarizing reviews from critics, though Ana has received nearly universal acclaim and Oscar buzz for her performance, which required her to perform topless for large portions of the film.

Blonde is directed by Andrew Dominik, who previously directed Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck in the acclaimed Western drama The Assassination Of Jessie James By The Coward Robert Ford (2007), before reuniting with Pitt for the neo-noir crime film Killing Them Softly (2012).

After his latest film had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month, it was released in theaters in New York City on September 16.

Blonde will expand to more theaters on September 23, before premiering on Netflix on September 28.

Highly-anticipated: Blonde will expand to more theaters on September 23, before premiering on Netflix on September 28

Highly-anticipated: Blonde will expand to more theaters on September 23, before premiering on Netflix on September 28

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