So finally happy Youth in Oregon premiere everyone! The film directed by Joel Moore. Nicola played a role of Annie Gleason there. Be sure to check out if it comes out in theatres in your city and I’ve prepared 400+ screencaptures of it in our gallery:
Youth In Oregon premieres in theaters on February 3rd:
Nicola Peltz, one of the stars of Transformers: Age of Extinction, has joined the cast of Youth in Oregon, the dark comedy from actor-turned-director Joel David Moore.
Frank Langella and Billy Crudup are starring in the indie, which tells of a husband (Crudup) on a cross-country trip to Oregon with his cantankerous father-in-law (Langella), a man who has given up on life. He must convince his father-in-law not to commit euthanasia when they arrive in the state.
Peltz is playing the daughter of Crudup and the already-cast Christina Applegate.
The movie is currently shooting in New York. Stefan Nowicki, Morgan White and Joey Carey of Sundial Pictures are producing.
Nicola also says that Rihanna can look good in anything.
‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ star Nicola Peltz is back in the spotlight once again as the cover girl of ASOS Magazine’s May 2015 issue. Wearing the UK-based retailer’s spring styles, Nicola impresses in colorful prints, glittery tops and mini-skirts. On dressing for the red carpet, Nicolas says, “Picking through dresses was like heaven. The acting is the hard work, the red carpet is the celebration, so you need to feel good.”
Nicola appeared in the ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ film last year.
“Transformers” actress Nicola Peltz has landed one of the female leads opposite Christian Bale in 20th Century Fox’s “The Deep Blue Good-By.”
Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage are co-starring in the Travis McGee film, which James Mangold is directing.
Chernin Entertainment will exec produce with Leonardo DiCapprio and Jennifer Davisson-Killoran through Appian Way. Amy Robinson is co-producing.
Peltz beat out several actresses for the role of a teenage girl in need of McGee’s help when her father goes missing in the film, which is based on John MacDonald’s detective novels.
“The Deep Blue Good-By” marks the young actor’s first major role since breaking out last summer in Paramount’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” Peltz also landed in Universal’s coming of age pic “Lowriders.”