The idea of her Blonde nude scenes going viral, according to Ana de Armas, disgusts her.

Ana de Armas, 34, said she was shocked that her nude scenes from Blonde will go viral . The actress was confused by the NC-17 rating .

Ana de Armas, a Hollywood actress, finds it stumbling that her nude scenes from the much-anticipated Netflix film Blonde will probably go viral on the internet.On September 28, the fictional biopic Blonde, which is based on Marilyn Monroe's biography, will make its streaming debut.When De Armas spoke to Variety, she openedly about her apprehensive reaction to the nude scenes.The 34-year-old actress was the first to speak out about the events and said, I know whats going to go viral.

To think about it, it's revolting.I cant control it, you cant really control what they do and how they treat it.I don't think it gave me second thoughts; it just gave me a bad taste to think about those clips' future.Despite the fact that the film was outside of her comfort zone, she did it for filmmaker Andrew Dominik and the legendary Monroe.I did things in this movie that I would never have done for anyone else, ever, the actor said.

De Armas revealed that she devoted herself to playing Marilyn Monroe and even paid a visit to her grave while filming.I couldnt get it to stop.I couldn't let her go.I went to visit her a few times at her cemetery, but I'd like to go one more time, she said.

When a film has gratuitous violence, profane sexual harassment, or nudity, or harsh language, it will generally receive an NC-17 rating from the Motion Picture Association of America.In comparison to an R rating, an NC-17 rating is different in that children under the age of 17 are not permitted to see an NC-17 film, but they are encouraged to see rated R movies in theaters with an adult present.According to Fox News, the Cuban actress claims she has seen movies with much more explicit content and she doesn't understand why Blonde received such a high rating.In Knives Out, De Armas made her film debut as Blonde, portraying the lead character.

The Marilyn Monroe Estate supported the actor, whose rep, Mark Rosen, told Variety that, though the estate does not endorse the film, Ana was a great casting choice because she captures Marilyns glamour, humanity, and vulnerability.Blonde, the first NC-17-rated film to be available on Netflix on September 28, is scheduled to debut.