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Netflix saves Disney’s canceled movie Nimona

Netflix officially acquired Nimona, an animated adaptation of ND Stevenson’s cartoon of the same name, after shelving the project after Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2020.

A fantasy film featuring voice actors Eugene Lee Yang, Chloe Grace Moretz and Riz Ahmed was originally released in 2015 and was developed by Fox’s Blue Sky, but when the Mouse House was closed. It seemed to be canceled. In the studio five years later. Earlier last year, production resumed with DNEG animation.

On April 11th, Stevenson shared the news of the resurrection on Twitter, writing: He’s a fighter … but he also has some really great people fighting for him.

“NIMONALIVES FILM … I’m happy to announce that we will make our debut with Annapurna and Netflix in 2023.”

Nimona is always a brave little story, never ending. He’s a fighter … but he also has some really great people fighting for him. NIMONALIVES MOVIE… I’m excited to announce that it will be released by Annapurna and Netflix in 2023 🤘 pic.twitter.com/wEZuM2sXTtApril 11, 2022

Moretz is set to speak the protagonist, with Jan and Ahmed playing Ambrosius Golden Loin and Varistor Boldheart, respectively.

Spies in Disguise directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane will direct films produced by Roy Lee, Karen Ryan and Robert L. Baird. Megan Ellison, Andrew Milstein and Julie Zaccary are executive producers.

Published as a webcomic between 2012 and 2014, and published in the 2015 book, Nimona quickly became friends with the villain Ballister Boldheart and was tasked with destroying the over-dominated laboratory. I will chase after the transformed person. Blackheart tries to act according to her own code of ethics, but Nimona is fine to be killed-it often puts the couple in a difficult situation.

Recently, after a dispute between Disney and Florida’s Don’t Say Gay bill, a former employee came to Business Insider for censoring LGBTQ expressions in various studio animations. They also claimed that Disney dealt with such themes in Nimona, including gay kisses.

Stevenson collaborated with Netflix on the acclaimed series She-Ra and the Princess Warrior, which aired for five seasons.

Check out the best shows ever to inspire you while you wait for Nimona.


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Netflix saves Disney’s canceled movie Nimona

Netflix has officially picked up Nimona, an animated adaptation of ND Stevenson’s graphic novel of the same name, after Disney scrapped the project following its acquisition of 20th Century Fox in 2020.
The fantasy movie, which is set to feature the voice talents of Eugene Lee Yang, Chloë Grace Moretz and Riz Ahmed, was initially announced back in 2015, and was being developed by Fox’s Blue Sky – but looked to be canceled when the Mouse House shut down the studio five years later. Early last year, production kicked off again with DNEG Animation.
On April 11, Stevenson took to Twitter to share the news of its revival, writing: “Nimona’s always been a spunky little story that just wouldn’t stop. She’s a fighter…but she’s also got some really awesome people fighting for her. 
“I am excited out of my mind to announce that THE NIMONA MOVIE IS ALIVE…coming at you in 2023 from Annapurna and Netflix.”

Nimona’s always been a spunky little story that just wouldn’t stop. She’s a fighter…but she’s also got some really awesome people fighting for her. I am excited out of my mind to announce that THE NIMONA MOVIE IS ALIVE…coming at you in 2023 from Annapurna and Netflix 🤘 pic.twitter.com/wEZuM2sXTtApril 11, 2022

Moretz is set to voice the titular heroine, while Yang and Ahmed will bring Ambrosius Goldenloin and Ballister Boldheart to life, respectively. 
Spies in Disguise directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane are set to helm the flick, which is being produced by Roy Lee, Karen Ryan, and Robert L. Baird. Megan Ellison, Andrew Millstein, and Julie Zackary serve as executive producers.
Published as a webcomic between 2012 and 2014 before being printed in book from in 2015, Nimona follows a shapeshifter who becomes fast friends with villain Ballister Boldheart, and tags along on his mission to destroy the over-controlling Institute. While Blackheart tries to operate under his code of ethics, Nimona has no problem with killing – which often lands the pair in sticky situations.
Just recently, in the wake of a controversy surrounding Disney and Florida’s Don’t Say Gay bill, former employees opened up to Business Insider about the studios’ alleged censoring of LGBTQ representation in several animated works. They also claimed that Disney took issue with such themes in Nimona, including a same-sex kiss.
Stevenson previously collaborated with Netflix on the critically acclaimed series She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, which aired for five seasons.
While we wait for Nimona, check out our roundup of the best shows of all time for some viewing inspiration. 

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