Ana De Armas Revealed She Paid a Visit to Marilyn Monroe’s Grave to Ask for Permission to do Blonde!
- Actress Ana De Armas said that she asked Marilyn Monroe’s permission to do the movie Blonde.
- The actress did so by visiting the late actress’s grave in Los Angeles.
- She also placed a big card which consisted of the team’s message on Monroe’s grave.
Ana De Armas wanted Marilyn Monroe’s blessings before filming Blonde
Cuban-Spanish actress Ana De Armas recently said that she and the Blonde crew visited the late Marilyn Monroe‘s grave before filming the movie which is based on her iconic life.
In a recent interview, the actress said:
”We got this big card and everyone in the crew wrote a message to her. Then we went to the cemetery and put it on her grave. We were asking for permission in a way,”
The actress added:
“Everyone felt a huge responsibility, and we were very aware of the side of the story we were going to tell – the story of Norma Jeane, the person behind this character, Marilyn Monroe. Who was she really?”
Marilyn, whose real name was Norma Jeanne Mortenson’s burial place is at Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery after her tragic, untimely death in 1962. She was only 36 at the time.
Armas claims that the movie set had an ongoing supernatural vibe, which began as soon as they started filming on August 4, which is the death anniversary of Monroe’s passing.
Ana believes Marilyn’s spirit was there on the set of Blonde
The 34-year-old believed that “[Monroe’s ghost] would also throw things off the wall sometimes and get mad if she didn’t like something.”
“I truly believe that she was very close to us. She was with us,”
Andrew Dominik, who is the director of the film agreed with the actress and said:
“It definitely took on elements of being like a seance.”
Many films and documentaries have been made about Marilyn’s life and death. This movie also presents the tumultuous life of the legendary actress’s rise to fame until she tragically died due to an overdose.
Interestingly, many of the scenes of the movies were filmed in the apartment where Norma lived with her mentally-ill mother and also in the same room where she passed away.
Blonde is all set to premiere on Netflix on September 23.