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2015 was the year in which Ana de Armas decided to conquer Hollywood starring in the thriller Eli Roth called Knock Knock , opposite Keanu Reeves and Laurence Izzo, which has opened doors for many other projects.

This December 8 this chilling film will debut on Blu-ray / DVD and because this Variety Latino had a chance to talk to Ana about her experience in the film, his relationship with Hollywood being America and his next films.

Variety Latino: How did you get the role in Knock Knock?

Ana de Armas: No audition. I called my agent and the day he was traveling to Panama to finish Hands of Stone, film with Robert De Niro and Edgar Ramirez, wanted me to meet Eli Roth. And I said ‘No, I’m leaving. I can not meet anybody. I went home, packed my bag and went to a restaurant to meet with Eli. There he explained his idea of ​​the film and what it meant to him. I read the script on the plane and the next day we closed the deal.

What impressed you most about working with Keanu Reeves?

You’re always nervous when you go to work with someone like that. You never know what to expect. You never know how he is, if he is shy, reserved, we did not know if he was going to feel comfortable because he speaks English and the whole team of Chile [where the film was shot] spoke Spanish. The truth is that we were surprised because it is a generous person, […] is very patient and funny. As partner is amazing and gives you much. Always you want your work to shine.

How was your experience in Hollywood still America?

I’m new here, I’ve had good luck. In these two years I feel I have opened doors and minds in Hollywood. In Hands of Stone I play a Panamanian, but in the case of Knock Knock, Exposed, Arms of the Dudes and Overdrive, none of these characters were initially Latinos. There are directors and studios such as Warner Bros. who are willing to make a change and want to provide opportunities for Latin people. America is a country where there is a high percentage of Latinos. If there are in the streets, should be in the movies.

Tell us about your upcoming projects?

The very things that will premiere next year. Exposed at the beginning of the year will be released, one that I did with Keanu Reeves. After Knock Knock he was producing the film and sent me the script and went to shoot in Washington Heights in New York. It opens on 22 January.


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Projects > Film > Knock Knock > Alternative Ending

Knock Knock: Alternate Ending – Final Delivery por dreadcentral

Also the DVD features are:

Special Features:

  • Audio Commentary by Eli Roth, Lorenza Izo, Nicolás López, and Colleen Camp
  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Eli Roth
  • The Art of Destruction: The Making of Knock Knock Featurette
  • Still Gallery
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The writer/director removed his name from the movie, as he intended the movie to be a dual language, Spanish/English social drama about violence towards women and child abuse. The producers instead turned the movie into Keanu Reeves cop thriller. An alternate version that follows the director’s vision was edited by Roman Polanski’s longtime editor, Hervé de Luze.

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Projects > Film > Exposed > Trailer

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