A few weeks ago, it was reported that Netflix had postponed the “Blonde” biopic, which stars Ana de Armas (“Between Knives and Secrets”, “007 – No Time to Die”) as the iconic bombshell Marilyn Monroe.
Scheduled for 2021, the film has been pushed back to 2022. Now World of Reel claims the release has been SUSPENDED after watching the first cut in streaming and has been HORRID by the content.
The website claims the film is a sexually graphic representation of Monroe for over 18 years.
Netflix was absolutely horrified by the cut director Andrew Dominik sent them, which included a rape scene and “bloody menstrual cunnilingus”. They want a new version of the film, Andrew Dominik doesn’t want it.
The cut Netflix saw caught them completely off guard, as streaming believed it would have an Oscar-worthy film and found a production extremely vulgar.
Check out the first behind-the-scenes footage below:
Check out the synopsis:
After a traumatic childhood, Norma Jeane Mortenson became a movie star and sex symbol in 1950s Hollywood. She rose to world fame under the pseudonym Marilyn Monroe. But appearances on movie screens stand in stark contrast to the issues of love, exploitation, abuse of power and drug addiction she has faced in her private life.
‘Blonde’ based on the work of the same name written by Joyce Carol Oates. The drama is directed and written by Andrew Dominik.
Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Julianne Nicholson and Sara Paxton complete the cast.
Brad Pitt assumes the role of producer of the film, through his production company, Plan B.
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