BLONDE | Official Trailer | Netflix

BLONDE | Official Trailer | Netflix

Discover a life both known and unknown in this boldly imaginative film from Director Andrew Dominik that explores the complicated life of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. Based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates, Blonde, starring Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, and Julianne Nicholson premieres on Netflix, 28 September.

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39 Responses

  1. Help me reach 35K Subs before August. says:

    This is exactly what a trailer should be like. Give a hint of the movies premise without showing us the entire movie. Can’t wait to see it. Ana de Armas rocks

  2. elisa zouza says:

    Marilyn didn’t know how famous she was going to be!!! And I’m still not over people handing Marilyn’s famous dress so easily 😭😭😭 she deserved better even after passing

    • Rhonda AS says:

      🙄

    • flowers for the dead says:

      @Ivan with all due respect (meaning none) you sound like someone who would say that a woman was “asking for it” if she was assaulted at some point and then would point out what she was wearing as if that mattered. You are part of the problem.

    • LizzieB Kennedy says:

      @Ivan so the Kennedy bros, both Catholic, middle aged, married and leaders, are not responsible but a vulnerable women is? FRO.

  3. FBI says:

    This woman is literally an icon …
    She will always be an important figure for all following decades

    • DeviantMoore says:

      This movie is a bit in poor taste, though. The author of the book literally made most of it up and was forthcoming about that. It’s loosely based on Marilyn.

      Kinda sad that this troubled individual’s life has now been reduced to a Netflix psychological thriller inspired by a fictional novel.

      This isn’t the way to pay homage. It’s just… gross.

    • Antonio Javier Isaza says:

      All mighty Hollywood machinery make her like that…

    • Aaron D says:

      All? You mean every one? Okay.

    • Janelle Rollins says:

      @CaptainExplode Maaan! I kid you not, I wrote my comment before I saw yours, lol.

    • Janelle Rollins says:

      Marilyn or Ana?

  4. Chijaruable says:

    I live in Spain, and I remember growing up watching Ana de Armas in the spanish teen tv show “El Internado” like 15 years ago, it makes me so happy for her seeing all the work she’s gotten in Hollywood, and now…getting to portray the one and only Marilyn Monroe, gosh…I feel so proud of her and how far she’s come ^^

    • JoMeyli says:

      I forgot about “el internado” you are right ! and I love this

    • Frijos v says:

      Thats where i know her from!!! Ive seen her around but didnt conne t her to el intendo. Thats so awesome!!

    • pat perez says:

      @Gianni Ortega I speak mexican spanish so I still needed the subs. They speak too fast for me and they use different words.

    • abortion=MURDER_of_an_innocent.PERIOD!!! says:

      @Marya she didn’t lose her accent. You are writing crazy things.

  5. cellar door says:

    The cinematography/editing looks AMAZING. I think, much like Spencer, this will be polarizing. Those wanting a straightforward biopic like Judy that plays it safe are going to hate it. But those looking for something more impressionistic and artistic and unique while maybe taking some liberties with the true story will love it. I absolutely can’t wait, and for the record I think Spencer is one of the most harrowing horror films I’ve ever seen (that’s not in the horror genre). And I’m assuming the scene where she goes in that man’s office is going to be what gave it the NC17 rating.

  6. 𝑫𝒂𝒗𝒊𝒔 𝑺𝒕𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒏𝒔 says:

    Marilyn is such a complex and tragic figure. She deserves to be portrayed with sincerity and humanity and this definitely looks promising.

  7. TheGamerMonkeyz says:

    Beyond excited for this! Ana de Armas is a great fit, she’s a brilliant actor and will do great portraying Marilyn’s tragic legacy.

  8. Anastasia Beaverhausen says:

    Those “Niagara” shots are totally a cinematic match to that film’s color palette. Well done. That movie is a potboiler for sure, but one I never tire of watching. Norma Jean was impersonating a character called “Marilyn.” I always love seeing her drop that mask somewhat when I watch her best dramatic work in films like “Bus Stop” and “The MIsfits.”

    • grapes9h5 says:

      Yeah the Niagara shits really stood out to me – it’s incredible how they recreated that look so perfectly.

  9. Vitor Lima says:

    Estou muito impressionado com a caracterização que fizeram na Ana de Armas. Estou muito empolgado, acho que essa será a primeira interpretação da Marilyn Monroe que vou gostar

  10. Bruna Deniz says:

    parabéns pela escolha de elenco e tudo pq caramba, ela tá interpretando perfeitamente a Marilyn, nossa próxima indicada ao Oscar aí 🥰

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