Ana de Armas becomes the first Cuban ‘Bond Girl’

Congratulations to Ana de Armas for becoming the first Cuban “Bond Girl” in the long-running James Bond movie series. Although she initially left Cuba for Spain, Ana now lives in Los Angeles, California.

Via the Daily Mail:

Ana de Armas has been confirmed as the brand new Bond Girl.

The Cuban-Spanish actress, 30, will be starring alongside Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris, as well as a new line-up of Rami Malek, Dali Benssalah and Lashana Lynch in the hotly anticipated untitled Bond 25 film, which will be released on 8 April 2020.  

Ana first made her Hollywood debut in 2015’s Knock Knock alongside Keanu Reeves, and a quick look at her Instagram platform shows her love for uploading bikini and nearly nude snaps from idyllic locations around the world.

Born in Santa Cruz del Norte, Ana attended the National Theatre School of Cuba at the age of 12, and made her acting debut in 2006’s Spanish film, Una rosa de Francia. 

Ana made the successful crossover to Hollywood in 2015 alongside Keanu in Knock Knock and then went on to work with Ryan Gosling and Robin Wright in 2017’s Blade Runner 2049.

This will mark Ana’s breakthrough Hollywood role and interestingly enough, she has already worked with Daniel Craig on the crime drama Knives Out, which is set for release in November of this year. 

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