Marilyn Monroe’s Blonde premieres at the Venice Film Festival

A nearly three-hour epic that examines the public and private life of Hollywood superstar Marilyn Monroe has its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival on Thursday.

Based on biographical fiction by Joyce Carol Oates, londe – one of the most anticipated films on the festival’s film slate – follows the star’s troubled childhood as Norma Jeane to global stardom as Marilyn Monroe.

Director Andrew Dominik’s film stars Ana de Armas, who was born in Cuba and spent a year working with a dialect coach to prepare for the role.


Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe (Netflix via AP)

The cast also includes Adrien Brody as Arthur Miller and Bobby Cannavale as Joe DiMaggio.

Produced by Brad Pitt’s company Plan B, the Netflix film will be available on the streaming service on September 23.

It’s one of many Oscar nominees to be unveiled at the 79th edition of the festival in Venice and among the films lined up for the event’s awards ceremony on September 10. Marilyn Monroe’s Blonde premieres at the Venice Film Festival

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