The promotional push for the upcoming Netflix movie Nimona is now in effect.
On Saturday, some of the cast and crew were on hand for a special screening at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City.
The computer-animated science fantasy adventure comedy features the voice of Chloe Grace Moretz as the titular character and Academy Award winner Riz Ahmed as her partner and former knight.
Directed by Nick Bruno and Troy Quane from a screenplay by Robert L. Baird and Lloyd Taylor, Nimona is based on the graphic novel of the same name by ND Stevenson.
The story begins when Nimona (Moretz), a teenager with the power of shapeshifting, becomes a knight’s target for murder.
The knight’s mission to kill Nimona is complicated when he is framed for a crime and discovers that Nimona may be able to exonerate him, according to Movie web.
Promo push: Chloe Grace Moretz, 26, attended a special screening of Netflix’s upcoming computer-animated film Nimona in New York City on Saturday
Before the screening, Moretz, 26, took to the red carpet in black flared slacks and a white patterned pinstripe shirt that she left open to reveal the white top underneath.
The Atlanta, Georgia native also wore a pair of black pointy heels and had her new blonde bob styled in a slight wet look, pushed off her face and behind her ears.
“This is a movie for everyone other than,” Moretz shared in a red carpet interview posted to her Instagram story. “For anyone who has ever felt left out by society, or been villainous because of the way they present themselves or the way they were born.”
The Let Me In star would also take to her Instagram page to post a series of photos of herself in various poses.
#Nimona premiere day, what a beautiful film. So proud to be a part of this ❤️ so excited you all can only watch it on Netflix June 30th!” she wrote in the caption.
In addition to Moretz and Ahmed, the cast of voice actors also includes Eugene Lee Yang, Frances Conroy, Lorraine Toussaint, Beck Bennett, RuPaul, Sarah Sherman, Indya Moore, and Julio Torres.
In the film, Nimona, a shapeshifter, insists on being the sidekick of Ballister Blackheart, who is played by Riz Ahmed.
Nimona premieres on Netflix on June 30.
Premise: Moretz stars as Nimona (Moretz), a teenager with the power to shape shift, who is targeted by a knight for murder.
Cool cat: The actress looked classy in a floral pinstripe shirt, flared trousers and pointed heels
Coming soon: Nimona will be released on Netflic on June 30; pictured are co-director Troy Quane, novelist ND Stevenson, Moretz, Eugene Lee Yang, who plays Ambrosius Goldenloin, and co-director Nick Bruno
Working on it: The Let Me In star also dropped a few poses on the side of the red carpet
Socializing: The Atlanta, Georgia native also took to Instagram to promote the movie
Stylin’: The actress would strike a few poses for her social media presence
Resume: The former child star made her debut on television in 2004 and on film the following year; many fans know her from The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington
Voice Cast: In addition to Moretz and Ahmed, the cast of voice actors also includes Eugene Lee Yang, Frances Conroy, Lorraine Toussaint, Beck Bennett, RuPaul, Sarah Sherman, Indya Moore, and Julio Torres
Her take: “This is a movie for everyone else than,” Moretz shared in a red carpet interview posted to her Instagram story. “For anyone who has ever felt left out by society, or villainized because of the way they present themselves, or the way they were born”
Starring: The computer-animated science fantasy adventure comedy features the voice of Chloë Grace Moretz as the titular character and Academy Award winner Riz Ahmed as her partner and former knight
Moretz’s first acting role was as Violet in two episodes of the CBS series The Guardian (2004), while her first film role was Molly in Heart of the Beholder. (2005).
She would gain recognition with her second film role in The Amityville Horror (2005).
Some fans know her for her portrayal of Abby, a 12-year-old vampire, in Let Me In (2010), the UK/US remake of the Swedish film Let The Right One In.
Her Hollywood resume also includes movies like The Eye (2008), 500 Days Of Summer (2009), Clouds of Sils Maria (2014), The Equalizer (2014), Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016), Brain On Fire (2016 ). ) and Mother/Android (2021), among many others.