Zoe Saldana has attracted both fans and critics since her debut in 1999. If you're not aware of it, she has appeared in Avengers: Endgame, Avatar, and Avengers: Infinity War, three of only five films to ever gross $2 billion at the box office. Here is a list of 9 of the best Zoe Saldana movies of all time.
The marching bands of Atlanta A&T University are taken extremely seriously. Desperate to have a marching band, the educational institution quickly enlisted veteran street drummer Devon Miles. His skill won over the judges, but his fight was far from over. While leading the marching band, he must make time for his romance with upperclassman dancer Laila, played by Zoe Saldana.
The film is based on the actual power outage in the Northeast in 2003 and follows the inhabitants of the Brooklyn community. As their fears grow over the power outage, they quickly realize that they have always had feelings for each other. This movie also featured Michael B. Jordan's early appearances on the big screen.
7. The Losers
A vengeance thriller starring an elite black team. The Losers is an action movie starring Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean, Idris Elba, and Chris Evans. Despite being compared to The ATeam released the same year, still a good movie in and of itself, despite the comparison.
Zoe Saldana had been in the industry for almost 10 years at this time, and she was well-known for her work in both teen films and dramatic parts. He entered the action genre with the French horror film Colombiana and the talk show Losers. Despite the negative reviews for the film, it is hard to deny that Saldana action moments simply breathed life into my mind and heart. and I'm sure every Nigerian can testify to that as the movie was high on our viewing list.
5. Out of the Furnace
Russell Baze is a brother who is truly protective of his brother. When his brother Rodney, an Iraqi war veteran, disappeared, he left no stone unturned in his search for his whereabouts. The Academy Award-winning cast of the action thriller includes Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, and Forest Whitaker. Are you looking for another incentive to watch the movie? Zoe Saldana's performance is level with those of her co-stars.
4. Star Trek
Zoe Saldana was an ardent Star Trek fan in the 2004 comedy-drama film The Terminal (commonly known as Trekker). She starred in the remake helmed by J. J. Abrams five years later. Director J.J. Abrams had specifically sought Saldana for the character of Nyota Uhura. She agreed and reprised her role in two sequels as well as in the original film.
3. Guardians of the Galaxy
It's no surprise that numerous A-listers, from Robert Downey Jr. to Samuel L. Jackson, have joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The announcement that Zoe Saldana will be playing Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy came as no surprise. She must stop Ronan the Accuser from acquiring the Power Stone after establishing a mediocre team with Star-Lord, Drax, Rocket, and Groot. According to reports, the actress's performance was not the result of motion capture or computer-generated imagery (CGI). It actually took her almost 5 hours to apply the green makeup, but it was worth it.
2. Avengers: Infinity War
Avengers: Infinity War, widely regarded as the greatest crossover film, depicts the epic team-up of the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy. The superheroes are in a race against time as Thanos, the cosmic tyrant gathers the six Infinity Stones. Amidst the chaos, the connection between Zoe Saldana's character, Gamora, and her father, Thanos, was also scrutinized. It is no surprise that Thanos is willing to kill his adopted daughter in order to get the Soul Stone.
Avatar is not only Zoe Saldana's best film to date, but also a great sci-fi movie. It revolutionized visual effects and was the first film to gross more than $2 billion. The film, directed by James Cameron, broke several records and even won three Academy Awards from nine nominations. Critics appreciated her motion-captured Neytiri performance, and she has agreed to repeat the part in the sequels.
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