Do you believe in ghosts? If not, I am sure you’d want to believe in Marilyn Monroe’s ghost for sure. The popular “sex symbol” of the late 50s and early 60s may have haunted the cast of “Blonde”, and if not, at least, Ana De Armas, who portrays Monroe feels so! From throwing things on the wall to getting mad, the Cuban-Spanish actress narrates Monroe’s presence during the filming of “Blonde”.
Marilyn Monroe’s Happy Ghost…
They say, ghosts are for tales, but we all go through certain experiences where are forced to believe that a third world exists. But hey, if it’s about Marilyn, we’d all want to believe in ghosts. Such is the incident that happened with Cuban-Spanish actress Ana De Armas, who portrays Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming movie “Blonde'”.
The “Knives Out” star revealed at the Venice Film Festival that she felt Marilyn was present during the filming of ‘Blonde”, and haunted the cast. Well, according to Ana, she seemed like a happy ghost. “I think she was happy. She would also throw things off the wall sometimes and get mad if she didn’t like something,” is what Ana De Armas narrated about Marilyn’s ghost.
The “Blonde” star added that the ghost story may sound mystical, but it’s all true and the cast felt it. She said that Monroe was always nearly. “I truly believe that she was very close to us. She was with us,” the “Knock Knock” actress told in the interview. Well, Ana certainly believes to have felt Marilyn’s presence or maybe she was just too immersed in the role. Well, if you look at her in this movie, you’d feel she’s done some real hardwork.
The historical psychological drama, based on Marilyn’s life, had its world premiere at the 79th Venice International Film Festival on Friday (September 8) and its lead actress couldn’t stop talking about the presence of Marilyn’s ghost. Not only her, but the movie’s director, Andrew Dominik also narrated that he felt Monroe’s presence on the set. “It definitely took on elements of being like a seance, he added.
The Legacy Of Marilyn Monroe…
If Marilyn’s ghost appears in front of you, what would you do? Well, I’d certainly do everything in my capacity to bring her back to life. Such was the impact of this gorgeous beauty who ruled America and the world at large with her beauty, kindness and boldness.
Remembered as an emblem of the sexual revolution, Marilyn was the top-paid actress of the decade. However, the greatest beauty in the world came from a traumatic childhood – from living in foster homes; marrying at the age of 16; to drug abuse, Marilyn’s life was an open book.
The upcoming movie, “Blonde” has been adapted from the 2000 novel “Blonde” authored by Joyce Carol Oates. It lets us travel through the life of Marilyn, a true legend who met a brutal end at the age of 36. The movie is set to release in the United States on September 16 and can be streamed on Netflix on September 28. As for Marilyn’s ghost, do you believe Ana and the director?