In order to get "permission" of sorts from Marilyn Monroe, Ana de Armas and the Blonde crew went straight to the source.
De Armas portrays Monroe, who died at 36 in 1962, in the fictionalized new movie, streaming on Netflix this Friday
Each crew member wrote a message on the big card, then we went to the cemetery and placed it on her grave. There was an element of asking permission,
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According to De Armas, the final product was thoughtfully crafted from the start by director Andrew Dominik.
"From the first moment I met Andrew, I knew that he would look after her.
For the film to include perspectives on abortion, depression, and how a child deals with that, and the desire of all these men over Marilyn,