blonde: Venice Film Festival: ‘Blonde’ receives 14-minute standing ovation, Ana de Armas bursts into tears

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Ahead of the film’s world premiere, de Armas director Andrew Dominik, Julianne Nicholson and Adrien Brody caused a stir on the red carpet. It was mainly because Pitt was interacting with the crowd while wearing a black face mask as he managed to get into intimate interaction with fans to sign autographs and take selfies. Pitt is also one of the film’s producers.

Pitt arrived in Venice unexpectedly after skipping the film‘s press conference earlier today. Dede Gardner, one of
“Blond” producers, was also there.

Due to de Armas’ casting as an iconic star, the drama is a biography based on the novel written by Joyce Carol Oates. It is one of the most anticipated films of the festival.

Brody, the co-star, also broke down in tears and was upset. Pitt, however, looked satisfied.

From Monroe’s troubled upbringing to her steady growth to fame,
“Blond” reinterprets his life. Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, Nicholson and Evan Williams make up the supporting cast. At the Venice Film Festival, the film debuted in competition.

A rare collection of Marilyn Monroe items is up for auction

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Right after the official trailer for the film “Blonde” was released in late July, fans had criticized de Armas’ accent. De Armas previously revealed that before she began shooting for the film, she spent over a year perfecting her Monroe accent. The actor claimed it took him nine months of practice, a few ADR sessions and dialect instruction. It was tiring!

On September 28, Netflix will release
“Blond” worldwide.

Related FAQs

Q. Where was the International Premiere of “Blonde” held?

“Blond” had its international premiere at the 2022 Venice Film Festival.

Q. When will “Blonde” be released?

On September 28, Netflix will release
“Blond” worldwide.


Q. Who are the secondary characters in the film?


Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, Nicholson and Evan Williams make up the supporting cast.

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