The Marilyn Monroe biopic received positive reviews and took Ana de Arms’ career to the next level. Of course, the actress has been in the news for all the right reasons, but our focus is on Ana’s figure, who strutted her stuff in this adorable dress while teasing her assets.
The dress had a fitted black velvet bodice with a decorative hem that flowed into a white skirt with floral appliqué and silver studs. She accessorized with subtle shimmer, silver jewelry, and a classic updo to add impact to her ensemble.
The Blonde actress hit the red carpet and struck various poses to accentuate her figure in the outfit. Gentlemen!
One of Hollywood’s brightest stars, Ana De Armas, has been taking over newsstands lately. The Blonde actress has appeared on many magazine covers to promote her controversial film.
Here you can check out some pictures of Ana de Armas from the Governors Awards.
In a silk-white color outfit with obvious Marilyn Monroe vibes, the 34-year-old actor dazzled. Marilyn Monroe’s other favorite accessory Long white silk gloves, completed the look as the strapless white silk dress hugged Ana de Armas’ stunning curves. More than 293k of Ana’s 8.7 million followers liked the gorgeous cover image.
Meanwhile, who knows if Ana de Armas’ fantastic portrayal of Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe will win her first Oscar?
Blonde had its world premiere at the 79th Venice International Film Festival in September and later had a minimal theatrical release in the US. Dominick’s vivid portrayal of Monroe’s life was criticized by critics and audiences alike for its exploitative and immoral approach, an interesting finding given the film’s mixed reception. However, her performance garnered rave reviews.
Although the casting of a Cuban actress in a prominent role in the film caused controversy, her outstanding performance helped cool the acclaim.
De Armas attended Deadline’s The Contenders Film: Los Angeles with actor Adrien Brody. During their discussion about Blonde, she addressed what it took to portray Marilyn/Norma Jeane in an extraordinary way.
“It was important to find the emotional truth in this character. One of the biggest themes of this film is the private and public self. Norma Jeane was completely invisible. I wanted to capture the essence of that woman, to find the person beneath her.
It was a long process to study her and her films, to understand what she felt all along, and she always thought that Norma, for the most part, never thought she could live up to Marilyn. What people thought about her was not at all what she felt.”