“EXCLUSIVE: Cuban actress Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049, War Dogs) is set to co-star in Olivier Assayas Wasp Network, the spy drama based on Fernando Morais’ book The Last Soldiers of the Cold War. De Armas joins previously announced cast members Edgar Ramírez, Penélope Cruz, Pedro Pascal, Wagner Moura and Gael García Bernal (who played Che in Robert Redford’s famous The Motorcycle Diaries.) The film, which will go before cameras in Havana at the end of this month, tells the true story of Cuban spies in American territory during the 1990s, revealing the tentacles of a Florida-based terrorist network (i.e. Brothers to the Rescue) with ramifications in Central America and with the consent of the U.S. government.”
Ana De Armas was a reputed lover of notorious Che Guevara groupie Benicio Del Toro, who she met in Madrid upon the premiere of Del Toro and Soderbergh’s iconization of Che Guevara in the movie Che.
“Bond girl Ana De Armas pays tribute to her home country of Cuba in gushing post– “I’m proud of Cuba–I will always be proud of it,m I will always remember, I will always want the best for my country and my people.”
Granted, such gushings can be construed in various ways. But given that Ana De Armas is often gushed over in totalitarian Cuba’s KGB-founded and mentored media (pics above) –the obvious inference (especially in light of the rest of the info. above) is that recent Hollywood resident Ana de Armas is gushing about Castro and Che Guevara’s version of Cuba.
Raul Castro greeting his murderer/spy Gerardo Hernandez (who communists and their VAST network of agents-of-influence refer to as a “political prisoner”) upon his release to Cuba by Obama. Shortly Ana De Armas will glorify murderer/spy Hernandez in a movie.
(For the benefit of our many and valued amigos who live outside the tiny Cuban-American informational ghetto and the almost hermetic Miami Spanish-language news bubble, here’s a briefing on the The Cuban Five, (or “Wasp Network”) who Ana de Armas will help glorify in a major Hollywood movie, much like her reputed lover Benicio Del Toro glorified Che Guevara.