Ana de Armas
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De Armas had her first major acting roles in Cuban and Spanish projects from 2010 to 2012 before moving to the United States, where she landed supporting roles in films including 2016’s “War Dogs.” She was a standout in the following year’s “Blade Runner 2049,” and soon began booking more high-profile roles — like in 2019, when she led Rian Johnson’s murder-mystery comedy “Knives Out.” Since then, she has starred in the James Bond film “No Time to Die,” as well as Hulu’s “Deep Water” and Netflix’s “The Gray Man.” But her biggest role  
yet came in 2022, when she saw critical acclaim for her performance in Netflix’s “Blonde,” an NC-17-rated biopic on Marilyn Monroe. De Armas is also flexing some new muscles as an executive producer on “Ghosted,” an upcoming action film in which she stars opposite Chris Evans.



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Ana de Armas Fans’ Lawsuit Puts Studios at Risk Over Deceptive Trailers

Ana de Armas Fans’ Lawsuit Puts Studios at Risk Over Deceptive Trailers

Movie studios can be sued under false advertising laws if they release deceptive movie trailers, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson issued a ruling in a case involving "Yesterday," the 2019 film about a world without the Beatles. Two Ana de Armas fans filed a lawsuit in January, alleging that they had rented the movie after seeing de Armas in the trailer, only to discover that she was cut out of the final film.Universal sought to...


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