Nimona, an animated feature from Netflix, has received its first teaser trailer and a May 18 release date.
In an eye-popping adventure, ND Stevenson’s shape-changing heroine challenges fairytale cliches.
The film depicts a new type of hero, a shapeshifter, who fights the monster. But is he, in fact, the monster? Here is everything we know about the movie Nimona.
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Nimona official Trailer
The teaser trailer for the highly anticipated set seems good. In Netflix’s Nimona teaser trailer, fairytales are tasked with humor, sass, and shape-shifting-related mayhem!
The one-minute and ten-second trailer depicts a princess attempting to control a bird from the top of a tower.
When she realizes the bird is a shapeshifter who doesn’t care about princesses, she breathes fire on her.
Then there’s the shape-shifting lunacy, accompanied by a dragon, shark, King Kong, and a town gone wild.
So what happened to Nimona, the shapeshifter? Is Nimona a nice or evil person? Nimona’s trailer raises a lot of fascinating issues.
The teaser concludes with a sneak peek of the Nimona universe, notably Nimona herself, shifting into a whale, a gorilla, and other creatures.
Then, if you don’t blink, you’ll catch a glimpse of the graphic novel’s hero, Ballister Blackheart — renamed Ballister Boldheart in this case — in the midst of a chaotic brawl.
Nimona has beautiful CGI animation and a delicate, storybook-style color palette. As heavy metal music plays, Nimona turns into various monsters to flee the devastation she has unleashed.
Nimona, an animated picture with flair, attitude, and unexpected twists and turns, will be available on Netflix on June 30!
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The cast of Nimona
Actresses such as Chloe Grace Moretz provide their voices to the film. In addition, Riz Ahmed (Assassin’s Creed: Gold), Frances Conroy (American Horror Story), Lorraine Toussaint (The Equaliser), Indya Moore (Pose), Julio Torres (The Great North), Beck Bennet (Hamster & Gretel), Eugene Lee Yang (Classified), RuPaul Charles (RuPaul’s Drag Race), and Sarah Sherman (Saturday Night Live) round out the voice cast.
Robert L. Baird, Megan Ellison, and Andrew Millstein serve as executive producers, along with Roy Lee, Karen Ryan, and Julie Zackary. It is a Netflix and Annapurna Pictures production, with DNEG Animation as the animation studio.
In 2015, 20th Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios began work on the adaptation. However, due to the Disney takeover, the project’s release was repeatedly postponed until Disney chose to close Blue Sky Studios, resulting in the project’s cancellation.