In the works for more than ten years, the eventful and highly anticipated adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel dedicated to Marilyn Monroe has once again been postponed to the summer of 2021, due to sex scenes that would have disturbed the studio. But this time it’s official, Blonde, worn by New Zealand director Andrew Dominik (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford), finally has a release date and a first teaser. Black and white images reveal a glimpse of Ana de Armas’ interpretation of the Hollywood icon by Ana de Armas, recently hailed in Dying Can Wait, who finally won the role after Naomi Watts in 2010 and Jessica Chastain in 2014. photographers, we see the actress in tears in front of her mirror before she finds her facade smile coming to conclude this short enigmatic teaser. In her novel published in 2000, the novelist imagined a fictitious and very dark biography retracing the trajectory nightmare of the most famous of actresses. It is this intimate and sulphurous portrait of a tormented star, an acerbic critic of the star-system, that Andrew Dominik wanted to transpose to the screen. If the director finally won his case concerning the editing of the film, it will however be prohibited for children under 17 in the United States. produced in particular by Brad Pitt, will be online on September 23 on Netflix and should also be on the program of the Venice Film Festival. Adrien Brody will play writer Arthur Miller, who was briefly married to Marilyn Monroe.