Ghanaian-American child star, Mandeiya Flory, who appears in Sony Pictures’ summer blockbuster, “Men In Black: International”, was in the mix at the New York premiere of the movie, at the Lincoln Center on Tuesday evening.
Mandeiya appears in the movie as a young science-obsessed girl named Molly, who has an encounter with the MIB without being neuralized, as part of a 20-year-flashback.
Mandeiya was spotted with the movie’s stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson during the premiere. In Men in Black: International,Chris and Tessa play Agent H and Agent M, who are ready for a new adventure, all guns blazing! The trailers of MIB: International have intrigued us all and promise a roller-coaster ride. Directed by F. Gary Gray, Men in Black: International also stars Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Rebecca Ferguson and Kumail Nanjiani in pivotal roles.
The adorable 9-year-old, Mandeiya is daughter to a Ghanaian mother and an American father. She has already made appearances in several TV commercials, TV series and movies.
Mandeiya played daughter to Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Jaleel White on “Me, Myself and I” (2017). Her first appearance in a feature film was in 2018’s “Beautiful Boy” starring Steve Carell.