The film’s producer, Brad Pitt, also attended the premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
The highly anticipated Marilyn Monroe biopic “Blonde” had its world premiere at the 79th Venice Film Festival, before being released on Netflix on September 28. Before the movie’s premiere at the Palazzo del Cinema, Ana de Armas, who brought Marilyn Monroe to life, dazzled on the red carpet in a pink dress.
Among the other names that brought Hollywood’s glory days to the red carpet were the film’s director Andrew Dominik and producer Brad Pitt. In addition, Oscar-winning actor Adrien Brody, who played Monroe’s wife Arthur Miller, Bobby Cannavale, who played his second wife Joe DiMaggio, and Julianne Nicholson, who played his mother, also attended the premiere.
Based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, “Blonde” is a fictionalized interpretation of the life of Hollywood’s most iconic name, Marilyn Monroe. The film blends fact and fiction to re-imagine the life of the great Hollywood star and examines the difference between her public star identity and her real personality.
“Blonde” received a standing ovation for 14 minutes after its debut. Thus, it won the title of being the most acclaimed film in Venice this year, surpassing “The Banshees Of Inisherin”. From the casting of the Cuban Ana de Armas to the role of Monroe to the 18+ rating of the film, it sparked controversy. The first reviews and reviews of the film are quite positive. You can watch the trailer below:
Blonde Subtitle Trailer