|Directed by||Patrick Osborne|
by Noelle Stevenson
|Music by||John Wozniak|
|Distributed by||20th Century Studios|
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In June 2015, 20th Century Fox Animation acquired the rights for an animated feature film adaptation of Noelle Stevenson's webcomic Nimona, with Patrick Osborne set to direct it and Marc Haimes and Max Werner set to write the script. The film will be produced by Blue Sky Studios.
In June 2017, Fox scheduled Nimona to be released on February 14, 2020. In May 2019, after Disney's acquisition of Fox, it was delayed to March 5, 2021. In November 2019, the film was delayed again to January 14, 2022. In June 9, 2020, on Twitch stream for Black Lives Matter charities, with her wife, Molly Ostertag, Noelle Stevenson responded to a question about the film. She replied that it is upcoming, while calling it exciting, and predicted that people would love it.
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|url-status=ignored (help) From 3:15:57 to 3:16:46 in the video, Noelle says, "I can't say much about it, but I can tell you, its still happening, its exciting, and its gonna blow your mind, um yeah, hang in there, its coming. Its really cool. There was a lot of unrest in Fox getting merged with Disney for a while. Its so cool that...I remember when Disney released their slate for that year and it was like Untitled Star Wars project, Untitled Disney like animated film, Untitled Pixar film, and then there's like Nimona in the middle of it. It was so cool. So, yeah, its still happening and you're gonna love it."
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