The Knock Knock actress, Ana de Armas started her career as a teenager in her home country of Cuba. De Armas was born in Santa Cruz del Nort. The afore-mentioned film was her first Hollywood release. While this chica is bouncing back hard from her recent breakup with the Batman star Ben Affleck, let’s dive into the best of her work so far.
Noteworthy Performances of Ana de Armas
Blade Runner 2049 – Released in 2017: de Armas plays Joi, Who is an AI made by the Wallace Corporation. Her character tells people what they exactly want to hear and feel good about themselves. And K’s version of Joi provided him the care and comfort he needs. On the whole, it was a well-rounded performance and also it’s one of the best Ana de Armas movies.
Knives Out – Released 2019: Ana de Armas plays nurse Marta Cabrera, Who cannot lie without vomiting. She is the sole beneficiary of Harlan’s(Christopher Plummer) inheritance. In this movie, the spot-on characterization of Marta leaves a lasting impression on every viewer’s mind. The movie was a huge success and earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
The Night Clerk- Released 2020: Ana Plays Andrea Rivera who helps cover a crime committed by Bart(Tye Sheridan). It was a bold and convincing depiction of the character.
Upcoming De Armas Movies
Deep water: A psychological thriller. Armas plays Melinda Van Allen whose husband doesn’t mind infidelity. But things change because the couple starts playing mind games with each other. Ben Affleck portrays Vic Van Allen and the film will have its big release on August 13th, 2021.
No time to die: A 25th installment of the James Bond series. Here Ana De Armas plays Paloma a detective who assists Bond. Her qualities include being bubbly and irresponsible. She plays an important role in James Bond’s mission. The movie will release on September 30th, 2021 in the UK and October 8th, 2021 in the US. Looks like it’s going to be a blockbuster already!
Blond: A Biographical drama of Marilyn Monroe’s life. Ana de Armas plays Marilyn Monroe. When asked about her experience she said, “I tried! It only took me nine months of dialect coaching and practice, and some ADR sessions” and went on to talk about how getting the voice right was exasperating, ” It was a big torture, so exhausting and My brain was fried” she said. The film as of now has no set release date. But sure it will be one of the most memorable movies of this year!