As to promote Knives Out, Ana has been interviews by APnews and LA Times with two brand new photoshoots! The interviews bases are the same as to the new projects, Blonde, No Time To Die and Deep Water, as well as that Ana wants to make 2020 her break year. That’s more than fair considering the amount of brand new projects she has filmed this year!
From ‘Knives Out’ to Bond, Ana de Armas is on the rise
“Do I have avocado on my face?” she asks somewhat nervously. She doesn’t, but the 31-year-old Cuba-born actress has been feeling a little frazzled lately. It’s been hard to find time to eat, let alone do a spot check in a mirror.
De Armas left the New Orleans set of Adrian Lyne’s Patricia Highsmith adaptation “Deep Water” the night before to attend the premiere of Rian Johnson’s Agatha Christie-inspired whodunnit “Knives Out,” which opens on Thanksgiving. It was a brief respite; after a few days of interviews, de Armas flew back to continue filming.
‘Knives Out’ certifies Ana de Armas as a star, just in time for 007 and Marilyn Monroe
Three days into filming her next movie in New Orleans, Ana de Armas was on another flight back to Los Angeles. It’s typical of the career roller coaster she’s been on for the last year that she found herself back in town for the Hollywood premiere of “Knives Out,” the star-studded murder mystery she steals out from under an estimable ensemble cast led by Daniel Craig, her costar in next year’s 007 flick “No Time to Die.”