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Ana de Armas
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Ana has graced yet another great magazine! This month features not only Vanity Fair but also Porter Magazine. Enjoy:

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Studio Photoshoots > 2020 > Session 005 – Porter Magazine

From flawed Bond woman to the ultimate blonde bombshell, ANA DE ARMAS is quietly making a name for herself in Hollywood with her steely determination and drive – not to mention talent. CHRISTINE LENNON spends time with the Havana native, talking homework, hard work and the unexpected joy of leaping into the unknown.

Ana de Armas found herself in a familiar setting while filming No Time To Die, the 25th instalment of the James Bond franchise. The Cuban-born actor traveled to Pinewood Studios, just outside London, which had been transformed into a near-identical replica of downtown Havana for the film.

“It was completely freezing, so it did not feel like home,” de Armas laughs, recalling the cavernous set. “But I was impressed by how beautiful and realistic it was. It went on and on forever. And working with Daniel [Craig] again was so great.”

Her character, the mysterious CIA agent Paloma, is set to be a new brand of Bond woman, described as “flawed” and “messy”, who also happens to be Cuban. She reunites with Craig – making his fifth and final outing as Bond – having starred together in Knives Out, last year’s hit whodunit.

De Armas shone in the Agatha Christie-esque, but originally written, film, even amidst an ensemble of Hollywood names at the top of their games. “It was incredible,” she says of the experience, wearing a fluffy white robe on her PORTER shoot while the crew waits for the LA sun to emerge from behind thick clouds. Receiving a Golden Globe nomination for the role was also “surreal”.

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The Bond girls have joined Chopard latest campaign. Here follows an article by Vogue NL:

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 Studio Photoshoots > 2020 > Session 004: Chopard for Vogue NL

The actresses, which we will soon see on the screen in “It’s not time to die”, the next installment of the adventures of James Bond, became ambassadors of the Swiss luxury jewelry brand.

Ana de Armas appears in the Happy Hearts collection – Golden Hearts, in which the brand took on the workshop a universal symbol of love. On the campaign photos, the Cuban actress presented, among others hanging earrings, double necklaces and pendants with a recurring heart motif. The entire collection was made of 18ct rose gold. Pictures for the campaign were taken by Guy Aroch, an American-Israeli photographer known for his unique portraits of stars. We will also see Swiss brand jewelry in Bond. Paloma, played by de Armas, will present the Chopard diamond collection on the screen.

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Reinventing the Bond girl. Going Blonde as Marilyn Monroe. How Knives Out star Ana de Armas is conquering Hollywood.

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Magazine Scans > 2020 > MAR: Vanity Fair

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 Studio Photoshoots > 2020 > Session 003 – Vanity Fair

 

There is a door that separates celebrities from civilians, leaving those of us curious enough to peer through the keyhole with an incomplete idea of fame. Here, for example, is the keyhole version of Ana de Armas, the 31-year-old breakout star of last year’s Knives Out: She darts across the dining room of Versailles, the Culver City outpost of Miami’s famed Cuban restaurant, like she’s trying to shave a few seconds off her time. It’s the day before the Golden Globes, and she has just come from a facial, which puts one in mind of a butler polishing already gleaming silverware. What is here for an esthetician to excavate I do not know. De Armas has been nominated for her portrayal of Marta Cabrera, the moral compass of the whodunit ensemble, and while she will not win the award, she will win the red carpet in a navy sequined Ralph & Russo gown, a crystalline Snow White with borderline anime eyes. As the lights flicker above us, she smiles and says, “Just like Cuba.” Oh, but de Armas’s light shows no signs of dimming!

End of keyhole.

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