Netflix experiences failure with Blonde, the Marilyn Monroe movie

Recently, it has been reported that Blondethe Marilyn Monroe movie, has become a failure for the famous platform Netflixsomething that undoubtedly came as a surprise to many.

Blonde, the Marilyn Monroe biopic, obtained a total of 37.34 million hours played during the week of September 26 to October 2, a figure that represents a failure for Netflix.

The film inspired by the life and work of Marilyn Monroepromised to become one of the best bets on Netflix.

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However, everything seems to indicate that the film directed by Andrew Dominik and with Anne of Arms As a protagonist, he is on his way to becoming a resounding failure.

Premiered on September 28, the movie has been harshly criticized by experts in the film industry, who say that this project is not based on the life of the most famous blonde in Hollywood, but on the cruel way in which she suffered over the years.

Likewise, users of social networks have cataloged ‘Blonde’ as a sexist film, misogynists3xist and cruel that is very unpleasant to watch.

It is important to mention that this is the first project of the streaming giant that has been classified as an NC-17, a category that should not be viewed by minors, due to its strong s3xo scenes.

It should be noted that ‘Blonde’ recorded a total of 37.3 million hours played in the week from September 26 to October 2, a figure that does not exceed Netflix’s expectations.

However, despite this, it positions it as the second premiere most viewed of that week in the popular platform.

It should be taken into account that the film starring Ana de Armas had a two-day lead over other releases and that it lasts close to three hours, which could have helped add more hours of playback.

This is how now, it is expected that this project will remain at the top in the face of the furor of the following upcoming projects to be released.

And it seems that the director wanted to move away from the softened and legendary image of Marilyn Monroe, whose real name was Norma Jeane, to delve into everything that was behind the spotlight, the luxury and the apparent happiness that she showed her fans. .

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Netflix experiences failure with Blonde, the Marilyn Monroe movie