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Madonna's pretty much done it all, but she does have one regret. ... On Thursday night's episode of NBC's The Tonight Show, the queen of pop revealed to host Jimmy Fallon that she once turned down a role in The Matrix. EW.comMadonna regrets turning down a role in 'The Matrix'

Jimmy Fallon welcomed No Time To Die star Ana de Armas to The Tonight Show on Friday, where the actress shared a story of winning her first acting role in Cuba and the reaction from her acting school.

“I went to drama school when I was fourteen,” said de Armas, clarifying that it was about four years of theater instruction. She auditioned for and got her first film, Una rosa de francia in 2006 while in the second year of school. “The teachers were not very happy, and they told me if I did the movie I was going to get kicked out of school.”

She did the movie, and the school required her to repeat the second year. “It was worth it,” concluded de Armas.

Fallon mentioned that he had heard de Armas had also hitch hiked to school at one point and prompted her to tell that story. The actress explained that hitch hiking is not dangerous in Cuba. “I mean, you just get there faster…”

Fallon joked that no one would pick him up if he attempted to hitch hike. “If we’re both on the street with our thumb out, they’re gonna pick you up and not me,” he said. “Well, I didn’t do the thumb thing,” de Armas clarified. “I’d just go to the stoplight so the cars have to stop.” She added: “You just go to the window: ‘Hey, can you take me to the next stoplight?'” As Fallon kept citing the possible dangers of this, de Armas said simply: “Everyone’s very used to it. It’s like free carpool.”

De Armas plays CIA agent Paloma in Cary Fukunaga’s No Time To Die, who is there “to assist Bond on his mission,” the actress explains. She is new to the job, having only had a three weeks training. “The funny thing is that I also had only three weeks training, so I think I just kept saying it so much that Cary was like, ‘Just say it. It’s fine.’ ”

Prior to No Time To Die, de Armas worked on Blonde, a film about Marilyn Monroe. Agreeing with Fallon that it was a very opposite type of project, de Armas talked about how it actually took some getting used to when she moved from one set to another. “I did Marilyn, it was very intense, I finished shooting on a Friday, I got on a plane on a Saturday, and I started shooting Bond on Monday. So I just remember being on set like, my first scene and I kind of started whispering and Cary was like, “Mmm. No, we’re here now.  You’re in this movie now.”

The 25th James Bond movie No Time To Die, which also stars Rami Malek, Ralph Fiennes, Lea Seydoux, Ben Wishaw, Christoph Waltz, Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch, opened to $23.3 million at the Friday box office in North America after being delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Earlier in 2021, the cast of the very first season of The Real World reunited in the New York loft where they lived while filming the MTV reality show. Now, the show’s second-season cast will do the same. The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles premieres Nov. 24 on Paramount+. 

The Real World Los Angeles was a groundbreaking season in a number of ways. It was the first where castmates left the house mid-season. It was also the first to feature the confessional-style interviews that would later become a staple of The Real World and other reality shows.  

Seven original cast members will return for The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles. Beth Anthony, Beth Stolarczyk, David Edwards, Glen Naessens, Irene Berrera-Kearns, Jon Brennan, and Tami Roman will all appear in the new season. 

“Who is ready to go back to 1993?” Stolarczyk — who went on to appear on multiple seasons of MTV’s The Challenge tweeted after the premiere date announcement. 

While most of The Real World Los Angeles cast will be on hand for the reunion, two original cast members will be missing when the group returns to the Venice Beach house. 

Neither Dominic Griffin nor Aaron Behle have signed on for The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles. However, Reality Blurred speculates that Griffin, who was a journalist writing for Variety when he was on the show, may make an appearance. 

Griffin currently works at Disney Music Group, according to Variety. Behle, a UCLA economics major when he appeared on The Real World, is apparently the CEO of an eyewear company in Southern California. 

There was no shortage of drama and cast shakeups on The Real World Los Angeles during its 21-episode run. 

Notably, the season featured the first-ever housemate eviction, when Edwards was booted in episode 8 after pulling the bedsheets off of Roman (then Tami Akbar) while she was wearing her underwear. Naessens moved in as a replacement for Edwards. 

Berrera-Kearns left the house in episode 12, after she got married. Anthony took over her spot in the cast. 

The Real World Los Angeles featured the cast debating weighty issues including same-sex relationships, abortion, consent, safe sex, and eating disorders. Now, decades after first appearing on reality TV, “the roommates will reconnect to find out how the series transformed their lives since the cameras stopped rolling,” according to a description from Paramount+. 

Another Real World reunion is in the works. A new season of The Real World Homecoming on Paramount+ will see the cast of The Real World Los Angeles come together in the same Venice Beach house they shared nearly 30 years ago. But not every housemate has RSVPed to the reunion. 

Earlier in 2021, the cast of the very first season of The Real World reunited in the New York loft where they lived while filming the MTV reality show. Now, the show’s second-season cast will do the same. The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles premieres Nov. 24 on Paramount+. 

The Real World Los Angeles was a groundbreaking season in a number of ways. It was the first where castmates left the house mid-season. It was also the first to feature the confessional-style interviews that would later become a staple of The Real World and other reality shows.  

Seven original cast members will return for The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles. Beth Anthony, Beth Stolarczyk, David Edwards, Glen Naessens, Irene Berrera-Kearns, Jon Brennan, and Tami Roman will all appear in the new season. 

“Who is ready to go back to 1993?” Stolarczyk — who went on to appear on multiple seasons of MTV’s The Challenge tweeted after the premiere date announcement. 

While most of The Real World Los Angeles cast will be on hand for the reunion, two original cast members will be missing when the group returns to the Venice Beach house. 

Neither Dominic Griffin nor Aaron Behle have signed on for The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles. However, Reality Blurred speculates that Griffin, who was a journalist writing for Variety when he was on the show, may make an appearance. 

Griffin currently works at Disney Music Group, according to Variety. Behle, a UCLA economics major when he appeared on The Real World, is apparently the CEO of an eyewear company in Southern California. 

There was no shortage of drama and cast shakeups on The Real World Los Angeles during its 21-episode run. 

Notably, the season featured the first-ever housemate eviction, when Edwards was booted in episode 8 after pulling the bedsheets off of Roman (then Tami Akbar) while she was wearing her underwear. Naessens moved in as a replacement for Edwards. 

Berrera-Kearns left the house in episode 12, after she got married. Anthony took over her spot in the cast. 

The Real World Los Angeles featured the cast debating weighty issues including same-sex relationships, abortion, consent, safe sex, and eating disorders. Now, decades after first appearing on reality TV, “the roommates will reconnect to find out how the series transformed their lives since the cameras stopped rolling,” according to a description from Paramount+. 

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