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Nicola Peltz Has Movie Star Moment at 'Transformers 4' World Premiere!

Nicola Peltz Has Movie Star Moment at 'Transformers 4' World Premiere!

Nicola Peltz looks absolutely stunning while hitting the red carpet at the premiere of her new movie Transformers: Age of Extinction on Thursday (June 19) in Hong Kong, China.

The 19-year-old actress plays the female lead in the movie, the daughter of Mark Wahlberg‘s character who makes a discovery that brings down the Autobots and Decepticons – and a paranoid government official – on them.

“Hong Kong is sooo stunning!! 💙 #transformers4,” Nicola earlier in the day before along with a view of the skyline.

Nicola is best known for her work on the hit series Bates Motel and the film The Last Airbender.

FYI: Nicola is wearing a Prada dress and Miu Miu shoes.

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  • Helga

    She’s very pretty!

  • amanda

    She’s finally smiling … looks prettier that way :)

  • REAL WORLD TIMES

    Hong Kong used to be nice, gorgeous, towering, glorious, majestic, a great accomplished metropolis, a great real city of real worth and real value, until the communists took over. Now, you never really hear of it anymore these days except on rarest occasion. It is relatively a ghost town, a shadow, of its former accomplished glory. The communists treat it as something less than a stain. I can only imagine that the communists like these movies and their controlled releases there.