Hi everyone! So while the promotion tour of Transformers 4 goes by Interview Magazine showed some new photots of Nicola. There is also an interesting interview you should check out.
Nicola Peltz grew up in Westchester County, New York. Her father, Nelson, is a self-made billionaire and non-executive chairman of the Wendy’s Company who, for a while, took a helicopter to work in the city. In this summer’s Transformers: Age of Extinction, Peltz’s film father, played by Mark Wahlberg, is an inventor with a similar affinity for powerful machinery—though his toys can turn into gumball-colored alien robots. In the first two seasons of Bates Motel, Peltz, who is now 19, played the bewitching Bradley, the kind of girl Norman would have followed right up to the edge of sanity. And it is that sort of doomed charisma she brings to the poor little rich girl Kate in this July’s Affluenza—a Bret Easton Ellis-y tale of kids on drugs in love triangles on Long Island. But even as the age of summer blockbusters approaches, to transform her into a global star, Peltz remains cool and unaffected. We met at a restaurant in SoHo recently—she didn’t seem to notice people staring.