Ana de Armas shares her red carpet trick

Her amazing looks and cool attitude under the camera have made Ana de Armas a red carpet icon. During an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, de Armas shared her tip for remaining calm and cool on the red carpet: don’t trip.

She was promoting “Blonde,” in which she plays Marilyn Monroe. The film, which has been in the works for years, is one of the most anticipated releases of the year and is likely to be a contender come awards season. According to de Armas, when asked about the attention and pressure actors face on the red carpet, “I just try not to trip.”

It’s hard for me to keep it together. It’s an exciting and emotional experience. It’s time to get back together with the cast. It’s been three years since we’ve waited for this movie to come out.” De Armas revealed that she started shooting in 2019, before the covid pandemic began, and it’s been repeatedly postponed.

The premiere of “Blonde” at Venice Film Festival was met with a standing ovation lasting 14 minutes. Asked what she did during that time, de Armas said she had to rest her hands from clapping. It’s okay to do everything at once. Taking breaks from clapping is important. She described the experience as being very emotional. It’s great to get that reaction, you just don’t expect it to last for that long when you’re there with the audience. “The audience does not lie, it is just what they are feeling, it is what is happening for real,” she said.

It took De Armas and his crew nine weeks to shoot all of the material needed for the film. As a form of therapy, she later went on to shoot “No Time To Die,” a completely different project.

I got on a plane and started shooting James Bond on Monday after we finished filming this movie on Friday.

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