Salma Hayek is doing her finest to boost consciousness for her new movie, Bliss, which was launched on Amazon Prime Video on Friday. The film, co-starring Owen Wilson, required her to put on some intensive floral tattoos on her chest. On Thursday, Hayek posted a photo from the movie’s manufacturing, exhibiting off the momentary ink. Bliss is a science fiction drama written and directed by Mike Cahill.
In Hayek’s photo, she smiled for a digital camera in her make-up chair, together with her gown lowered to indicate off the tattoos on her chest. One was a dandelion, whereas the opposite was a vine that snaked round her neck. “In the midst of a [makeup] [hair] and [tattoo] check for Bliss,” she wrote within the caption. She additionally reminded her followers that the film is now obtainable to stream. “Seems to be lovely,” one fan wrote in all capital letters. “So lovely,” one other wrote.
Wilson plays Greg in Bliss, whereas Hayek, 54, stars as Isabel. Greg is a divorcee whose life is thrown for a loop when he meets Isabel, a homeless girl who thinks she is a computer-generated phantasm. Whereas on their journey, Greg discovers there could possibly be some fact in Isabel’s loopy theories. Nesta Cooper (The Fringe of Seventeen) performs Greg’s daughter Emily, who tries to get her father again to actuality.
“I needed to inform a narrative concerning the fragility of the thoughts and the malleability of our notion,” Cahill, who labored on SyFy’s The Magicians and Hulu’s The Path, informed Entertainment Weekly of his new movie. “I significantly needed to make a movie that handled other ways of seeing the world with compassion and empathy, versus judgment. To me, this is a vital bridge of connection people want and I felt like I had a option to dramatize this concept and make it enjoyable, thrilling, thrilling, all whereas retaining its emotional efficiency.”
Hayek stars in two different films popping out this 12 months, Marvel’s Eternals and The Hitman’s Spouse’s Bodyguard. Earlier this week, Deadline reported that her manufacturing firm, Ventanarosa Productions, is growing A Boob’s Life for HBO Max. The collection relies on Leslie Lehr’s e-book A Boob’s Life: How America’s Obsession Shaped Me – And You. It tells the story of a lady turning 40 whose boobs begin speaking to her, inspiring her to discover a new means to have a look at life. The e-book can be launched on March 2. Hayel and Lehr are govt producers on the venture.