On May 18, the creators of the Netflix animated movie Nimona unveiled the teaser trailer. A new kind of hero, a shape-shifter, who will either fight the monster or not, is introduced in the film. Chloe Grace Moretz voices the story’s protagonist, a knight who goes off on a mission with her and tries to murder her. The teaser video also reveals Nimona’s launch date, which is in just over a month.
Nimona was written by Robert L. Baird and Lloyd Taylor and is directed by Nick Bruno and Troy Quane. The movie is an adaptation of a graphic novel and contains all the elements of an animated movie.
The highly anticipated show’s teaser trailer is promising. You may watch a princess trying to manage a bird (Twitter) from the top of a tower in the one-minute, ten-second video. When she realises the bird is a shape-shifter who choose to spew fire on her rather than care about princesses.
Then a dragon, shark, King Kong, and a town gone mad appear, along with the shape-shifting madness. What is the tale of the shape-shifter Nimona? Is Nimona right or wrong? Nimona’s trailer raises a lot of fascinating queries.
Nimona: Release Date
The movie’s scheduled release date is June 30, 2023.
Nimona will be one of the few animated films to depict same-sex intercourse, which in early 2022 brought Disney and other big studios under criticism. Disney has chosen to discontinue Nimona after purchasing 20th Century Studios and, subsequently, its animation division Blue Sky Studios.
At this stage of its construction, Nimona has already finished more than 75% of the project. As a result of a partnership between Netflix and Annapurna Pictures, Nimona will now be distributed.
The film features the voices of actors like Chloë Grace Moretz (The Peripheral). The other voice cast includes Riz Ahmed (Assassin’s Creed: Gold), Frances Conroy (American Horror Story), Lorraine Toussaint (The Equalizer), Eugene Lee Yang (Classified), RuPaul Charles (RuPaul’s Drag Race), Indya Moore (Pose), Julio Torres (The Great North), Beck Bennet (Hamster & Gretel), and Sarah Sherman (Saturday Night Live)