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Horror Movies Jordan Peele Thinks You Should Watch Next

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. Jordan Peele is a modern master of horror. That's an impressive feat given his small, yet mighty, directorial filmography to date. Alongside his two feature films "Get Out" and "Us," Peele reinvented the iconic "Twilight Zone" sci-fi series for a new generation and contributed to Nia DaCosta's "Candyman" in a writer role. His understanding of genre and skillset as a visual storyteller is nothing short of genius. His third genre feature is titled "Nope," starring Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun.
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Summer Movie Top 10 for 2022: Along with ‘Top Gun,’ will new movies from Disney, Marvel and Jordan Peele bring audiences back to theaters?

If it succeeds in drawing moviegoers into theaters, 2022 might well be on its way to a throwback summer season approaching pre-COVID 2019 box office action. Is that a pipe dream? Are people ready? The last couple of years have replaced our need for speed with a plea for caution, however ignored. And caution is something the “Top Gun” ethos does not recognize.

Keegan-Michael Key Talks Style, ‘Mind-Melds’ With Jordan Peele, and Tom Cruise Deep Fakes

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Jordan Peele Explains the Inspiration Behind His New Movie Title, ‘Nope’

Ever since Jordan Peele released the first official trailer for his upcoming film, Nope, audiences have been theorizing about the storyline. Many have tried to figure out the true meaning behind the ominous movie title. And now, the famous horror director is giving some insight into what inspired the name choice.

Jordan Peele Says Nope Shows Things 'Unlike Anything on Film Before': 'I'm Very Proud of It'

Jordan Peele can't wait to unveil Nope in theaters. The Oscar-winning writer/director's next film — which stars Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya and Steven Yeun — debuts July 22, three years since his last horror outing Us, and five years after Get Out. During a presentation at CinemaCon 2022 in Las Vegas, Peele, 43, teased how his latest project is unlike anything audiences have ever seen.