In the Netflix movie “Nimona” a shapeshifter comes to the aid of a prejudiced knight. We reveal all the info on the plot and start of the animated adventure!
- This movie represents a new animated film from the streaming service Netflix.
- The story is based on the comic series of the same name by cartoonist Nate Diana Stevenson.
- The fantasy adventure is scheduled to appear on the streaming provider as early as 2023.
This Netflix original tells the story of an ambitious knight who needs the help of his real enemy, the shapeshifter and teenager Nimona.
Nimona: Start Date
When exactly the fantasy adventure will launch is still unclear. It was only announced that the film will be added to Netflix‘s program in 2023. In case of news regarding an exact date, we will inform you here.
When a knight is accused of committing a crime, although he is innocent, he seeks the help of the shapeshifter and teenager Nimona. Even though he believes Nimona is the monster he has sworn to hunt down one day, he desperately needs her help. During their journey, they encounter several challenges that must be overcome.
The animated adventure takes place in a techno-medieval world where people are assigned to certain categories. Nimona, however, does not allow itself to be defined by others and makes it clear that everyone can and should be the way they want to be.
Since this is an animated film, only the voices of the characters are cast. Below we have compiled a list of the actors and actresses who lend their voices. It should be noted that these are doing the original English voices.
- Chloë Grace Moretz (“The 5th Wave”) as Nimona
- Riz Ahmed (“The Night Of”) as Ballister Blackheart
- Eugene Lee Yang as Ambrosius Goldenloin
- Frances Conroy
- Lorraine Toussaint
- Beck Bennett
- RuPaul Charles
- Indya Moore
- Julio Torres
- Sarah Sherman
Currently there is no official trailer yet. Should this change in the future, we will keep you updated here.
The film is based on the comic book series of the same name by cartoonist and producer Nate Diana Stevenson. Nick Bruno and Troy Quane serve as directors, while Roy Lee, Karen Ryan and Julie Zackary are in charge of production. Robert L. Baird, Megan Ellison and Andrew Millstein also serve as executive producers.