Trailer and release date of Nope, the new horror film by Jordan Peele

Trailer and release date of Nope, the new horror film by Jordan Peele

Trailer and release date of Nope

In view of the SuperBowl, Universal Pictures has released the trailer for Nope, the new film by acclaimed director Jordan Peele, online. Fresh from the great success of Get Out and Us (our review here), the film seems once again to bring social themes to the horror genre.

Nope trailer and release date

Nope will see the director reunite with Academy Award winner Daniel Kaluuya, star of Get Out, and Keke Palmer and Oscar nominee Steven Yeun as residents of isolated California land grappling with a discovery. out of the ordinary.

The cast also features Michael Wincott (Hitchcock, Westworld) and Brandon Perea (The OA, American Insurrection). Produced by Ian Cooper and Jordan Peele, Nope will hit theaters on July 22 this year, promising a thrilling summer.

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We remind you that the director also produced Lovecraft Country, a series for HBO Max inspired by the novel of the same name by Matt Ruff. The series follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) as he joins his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) and uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) to embark on a journey through 1950s America at the search for his missing father (Michael Kenneth Williams).

With this journey, however, a struggle for survival will also begin and to overcome not only the racist terror of white America but also terrifying monsters that could very well have been snatched from a Lovecraft book.

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First trailer for Jordan Peele’s Nope teases a horror mystery just waiting to be unravelled

Oh, yes. The Super Bowl trailer for Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, Nope, is here – and it's shaping up to be every bit a mindfuck, hide-behind-the-couch masterpiece as his previous two works.

Just... what is going on in Nope? Here's what we do know from the cryptic trailer: Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya play a pair of 'the only Black-owned horse trainers in Hollywood.' Then, as Palmer's character is having the time of her life, dancing away, things get weird.

There's something in the sky in the trailer, lurking just out of sight. Is it an Eldritch horror? Or something else entirely? Whatever it is, it's grabbed the attention of everyone amid a series of unsettling imagery. It even feels torn out of the old-school mentality of keeping things under wraps and letting internet detectives do their thing. Which is fine by us.

A prior 30-second video, titled 'From Jordan Peele', has already recounted why we should be excited about Nope. In it, Peele's extensive horror footprint is recapped, all while a sizzle reel of some of the best (and most unsettling) moments from the seminal Get Out and 2019’s Us.

Peele may be directing some of the freshest, most relevant horror out there, but it seems his acting days are behind him.

'I feel like I got to do so much and it is a great feeling,' Peele said at the ActBlue fundraiser (via THR) last year. 'When I think about those great moments when you’re basking in something you said that feels funny. When I think about all that, I think I got enough.'

Nope is set for release on July 22, 2022. For more on what's to come this year, check out our movie release dates guide.

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