Joey King has been gaining a lot of acting credits lately, and her most recent film, Bullet Train, is scheduled to be released on August 5, 2022. It will feature Brad Pitt, Bad Bunny, and Sandra Bullock, and will focus on the adventures of five assassins while riding the bullet train from Tokyo to Morioka.
Joey plays Prince in this film, but before starring alongside big names, she began her acting career at the age of four. She was the first woman to star in the films Ramona and Beezus at the age of nine.
8 The Kissing Booth (2018)
Beth Reekles' novel The Kissing Booth is based on a novel of the same name written by Elle Evans. She follows these rules as a youngster who made a list of rules with her childhood best friend Lee.
Elle's relationship with Lee's older brother, Noah, comes to an end, which is one of the rules she shouldn't be breaking. Will she be able to hide her relationship from Lee, or will she lose him forever? This romantic film may be cheesy at times, but it definitely became a fan favorite.
7 Summer '03 (2018)
In this coming-of-age comedy, Joey plays Jamie Winkle, who is sixteen years old. After discovering a bunch of secrets and revelations from her grandmother on her deathbed, Jamie and her family's lives change forever.
Jamie is a rebellious teenager who tries to make the most of her summer by exploring her sexuality and spending time with her pals. This film is for anyone who once enjoyed American Pie from the early 2000s, but it has funny moments to remember.
6 The Princess (2022)
The Princess is a film that dispels every classic stereotype of being a damsel in distress. Joey King plays none other than the princess, a strong, determined, and badass protagonist who will do everything she can to save her kingdom and family. When her father's position becomes in jeopardy, she does everything she can to prevent it.
The Princess is a wonderful fight scene in the film because it lacks a narrative line.
5 Fargo (2014-2015)
Greta was the daughter of Gus Grimly and the step-daughter of Molly Solverson in Fargo, and she appeared in nine episodes in the first season.
Fargo is a black comedy and drama set in 1979. Lou Solverson, a young State Police officer, returns to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and travels back and forth from Luverne, Minnesota, to investigate a series of gang and mob crimes, which is as violent as it can be, but worth watching, as is viewer discretion.
4 The Kissing Booth 2 (2020)
Elle and her battle to maintain a long-distance friendship with her boyfriend away at Harvard while choosing which college to attend next year is resurrected in the sequel to The Kissing Booth. A second love interest is introduced to the story to spice things up and stir further conflict in the protagonist's life. Will Elle stay loyal to her boyfriend or will she fall for the newcomer?
Elle's loyalty and trust are put to the test in this sequel.
3 Ramona And Beezus (2010)
When confronted with various situations, Joey plays Ramona Quimby, a child who uses her wild imagination to escape her reality. When she discovers that her parents are in financial difficulties and may lose the house, her older sister, Beezus, played by Selena Gomez, has her own set of difficulties.
For anyone who might relate to the young child, this is a fun comedy bursting with adventure and cute visuals. It's a great movie to watch with younger siblings or children.
2 In Between (2022)
The In-Between is inspired by the film Ghost, which stars Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze. Tessa (Joey King) is a young amateur photographer who loses her boyfriend, Skylar, in a car accident. After surviving, she begins to notice and notice his presence around her and attempts to reconnect with him, although he is in the middle.
The In-Between is a tragic film with many moving and tragic moments that will last for a long time. The film concludes with a valuable life lesson and is definitely worth seeing.
1 The Act (2019)
The Act is a TV miniseries starring Joey King as Gypsy Rose Blanchard. Gypsy is a young girl who attempts to free her mother from over-protective behavior. She eventually discovers that she is not alone, and the story takes a tragic turn.
The Act is a story about a tragic event in 2015 that shocked a country. It's a captivating series that may be difficult to watch for many people, but it's worth it. It's one of the best roles Joey has played thus far.