Ana de Armas-starrer Marilyn Monroe biopic to release in 2022
Gulf Today|August 01, 2021
De Armas has been a rising star in Hollywood for the past few years with memorable roles in ‘Blade Runner 2049’ and ‘Knives Out’
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Ana de Armas-starrer “Blonde,” which is a fictionalised telling of Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe’s life will now release in 2022. Directed by Andrew Dominik, who also adapted the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, “Blonde” was one of the year’s most anticipated films by industry insiders and consumers, reports variety.com.

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