Nope Release Date Status, Reviews, Trailer And Everything We Need To Know.

The new film by the director of Getting Out and Us is titled Nope. Jordan Peele is back with one of the year’s most anticipated new films, Nope (2022), after the enormous success of getting Out and Us. Nope, for which the writer-director has returned, is anticipated to be totally original in concept and execution.

Before 2017’s success with Out starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, and Bradley Whitford, Peele was best known for his Comedy Central sketch comedy program Key and Peele with Keegan-Michael Key. As a result of its success, Peele was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one for his original screenplay and receiving nods for Best Picture for his direction of the film.

Even though Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Elisabeth Moss’s Us did not win as many accolades, the film received acclaim from moviegoers and reviewers alike. It’s easy to see why Nope has garnered so much attention. Naturally, like getting out and Us, Peele is keeping his latest project under wraps, but here is everything we know about Nope so far.

Nope Director Jordan Peele

Thanks to his debut feature Get Out and Us, Jordan Peele is widely regarded as one of today’s best thriller filmmakers. Even though Nope is only Peele’s third feature film, he has been involved in a wide variety of fields throughout his career. Most people probably first saw Peele in one of his comedy roles.

He has co-starred with Keegan-Michael Key in several comedic projects, including Rick & Morty, Keanu, Toy Story 4, and Big Mouth, and he also starred in Rick & Morty. In addition to directing and acting, Peele also writes and produces his own films. He appeared in both the 2021 movie adaptation of Candyman and the 2019 revival of The Twilight Zone. In addition to BlackKklansman and Hunters, his other producing credits include Lovecraft Country, The Last O.G., and more.

Nope Plot

Film details about Jordan Peele’s projects have been kept under wraps. Nope follows in the footsteps of the writer/previous director’s films, both of which featured tightly guarded storylines.

There is no synopsis or other official storyline information on the movie’s website, but we can infer from the trailers that it centers on a brother-and-sister combination played by Daniel Kalyuua and Keke Palmer as they strive to capture video evidence of a UFO above their ranch. The aliens, though, don’t appear to be fond of that concept.

Nope Cast

Even more exciting than the reunion of Peele and his Get Out star is the fact that the cast of Nope seems just as impressive as that of his last two films. The major role of Chris in getting Out’s Daniel Kaluuya’s Nope. Kaluuya plays OJ Haywood, the brother-and-sister duo who operates the central horse property.

Nope Release Date
Nope Release Date

Keke Palmer portrays the character of Emerald Haywood, the sister in question. Palmer, an actress, and singer have had a busy year thus far, with roles in films including “Alice” and “Lightyear.” Nope also features Steven Yeun, who plays Ricky “Jupe” Park. Yeun, who is widely recognized for his role as Glenn on The Walking Dead, received an Oscar nomination in 2021 for his work in Minari.

In addition to Brandon Perea (The OA) and Michael Wincott (Westworld season 1), the cast of Nope also includes Wrenn Schmidt (For All Mankind), Michael Busch (Adam Ruins Everything), Donna Mills (General Hospital), Barbie Ferreira (Euphoria), Terry Notary (a performance-caption expert who appeared in War for the Planet of the Apes and Kong: Skull Island), Jennifer Lafleur (Search Party), Sophia Coto (This Is (The Thing).

Nope Release Date

In the United States, Nope will premiere on July 22 for a limited theatrical run, just in time for the summer blockbuster season. In the UK, Nope won’t be available until August 12.

The good news is that following its theatrical release, Nope will almost certainly be made available on streaming services. The film, which was produced by Universal Pictures, will premiere on Peacock 45 days after its July 22 theatrical debut (so, about September 2). We’ll let you know as soon as we hear when Nope will be available to watch online. Read on to find out where and when you can watch Nope online right now.

Nope Reviews — What The Critics Are Saying

What are the reviewers saying about Jordan Peele’s newest film, Nope? reviews have begun to arrive. According to What to Watch, Nope is “cinematically rich, brilliantly cast, and consistently entertaining,” despite the fact that it may not live up to the standards set by Jordan Peele in getting Out or Us.

To date, Nope has earned an 81% “Fresh” rating on movie review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes (opens in new tab). The average score from critics over at Metacritic (opens in new tab) is 77, putting the film firmly in the “good” category. Here are some of the early reactions to Nope from the Hollywood premiere on July 18 if you want to get some fast summaries of what the critics are saying.

How long does Nope last?

Nope has a two-hour-and-ten-minute running time. Given that both Get Out and Us ran for under two hours, this is Jordan Peele’s longest film to date.

Nope Trailer

On the morning of Super Bowl Sunday, February 13, the first official trailer for Nope was released online alongside the enigmatic question “What’s a terrible miracle?” See what that would entail in the Nope trailer down below.

Now that the film has been released internationally, Universal has released what it’s calling the “final trailer” for Nope. Observe it.

The original teaser trailer for Nope, which also incorporates clips from getting Out and Us, may be viewed on this page.

Another teaser trailer is available here:

In a featurette about the making of Nope, writer/director Jordan Peele reveals where he got some of his ideas.

Nope Virtual Reality Experience

On Oculus devices, you may enjoy Nope’s unique VR experience. Explore Haywood Ranch and look for movie references in an interactive experience called “Nope World”. Don’t gaze up at the sky, please.