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The Ana de Armas-starring Marilyn Monroe biopic "Blonde" is director Andrew Dominik's fictional take on the superstar's life, but since it's still based at least partially in history, there are real versions of many of the film's characters. Just as Monroe herself was a real, living human, many of the people she encounters in "Blonde" are also based on real people. The first teaser trailer showed off some stunning footage of de Armas as Monroe, so it's not hard to imagine that they other performers will take their interpretations of these famous faces as seriously.

It's a match made in heaven. One of the most recognizable movie stars of the last several years will be taking on the immense responsibility of portraying one of the most famous celebrities to ever live. And after months and months of waiting, today we're getting our first look at what "Blonde" has in store for us.Director Andrew Dominik, best known for his work on 2007's "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," "Killing Them Softly," and two episodes of "Mindhunter," is making his long-awaited return to feature films with a biopic about Marilyn Monroe's tumultuous life.

Get ready for a shot of nostalgia, '80s movie fans. Lionsgate's "Dirty Dancing" sequel is moving full-steam ahead. Not only is original star Jennifer Grey returning as Baby, but the movie now has a director in the form of Jonathan Levine ("50/50," "Warm Bodies"). Not only that, but some new plot details about the film have come to light, with the project set to hit the market at Cannes next week. This is for real happening.The news of Levine directing the film, which will also be titled "Dirty Dancing," was first reported by Deadline, with the outlet speaking to the filmmaker about it.

Get ready for a shot of nostalgia, '80s movie fans. Lionsgate's "Dirty Dancing" sequel is moving full-steam ahead. Not only is original star Jennifer Grey returning as Baby, but the movie now has a director in the form of Jonathan Levine ("50/50," "Warm Bodies"). Not only that, but some new plot details about the film have come to light, with the project set to hit the market at Cannes next week. This is for real happening.The news of Levine directing the film, which will also be titled "Dirty Dancing," was first reported by Deadline, with the outlet speaking to the filmmaker about it.

Kevin Hart is taking a step back from comedy for his first dramatic TV role... as a comedian. Going just a bit outside his comfort zone, Hart stars in the upcoming Netflix limited series "True Story" as a funny-man with a dark past.

‘Chronicle 2’ Will Be Set 10 Years After the Original and the Main Characters Will be Women Who remembers Chronicle? It’s been almost a decade since that particular super-powered eagle or beagle landed in movie theaters. Set in a sideways Seattle where teens become telekinetics and the bullied become bullies, the 2012 found-footage film helped put actors like Dane Dehaan and Michael B. Jordan on the map. Drawing inspiration from films outside the genre like the anime Olympics predictor Akira, it’s arguably still one of the best non-Marvel, non-DC superhero flicks out there.

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