Though Jordan Peele’s upcoming project with Universal’s been shrouded in mystery, the director’s track record of making imaginative, ambitious horror movies has given many people more than enough reason to get excited. From the looks of the movie’s new poster and the subtext of its title, that excitement might end up being justified.
(CNN) — Yep, you read the headline correctly. Jordan Peele's next project is titled "Nope." So far what Peele has been working on has been shrouded in mystery, but on Thursday he tweeted a poster for the new film. According to the poster, the film will reunite him with his...
In one word, social thriller mastermind Jordan Peele effortlessly encapsulates what living the last year has felt like for us all: “Nope.”. The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind “Get Out” and “Us” revealed that title via social media today, and also debuted the poster for the upcoming horror movie, set to be released in theaters in IMAX on July 22, 2022.
Jordan Peele is working on another horror movie, and we're intrigued. Following the initial announcement of the film last year, we now have an official title. On Thursday, Universal Pictures revealed that the director's upcoming film will be titled Nope as they gave the first look at the poster. While the film's plot actual plot is being kept under wraps, we do know a handful of significant details, including the cast and release date.
Jordan Peele has unveiled a mysterious first poster for his next movie, a "new terror" called Nope. The filmmaker shared the first piece of foreboding artwork for Nope on Twitter with a single cloud emoji. The poster doesn't give much away about the movie. It simply features a dark storm cloud with a string of colorful flags trailing down from it, ominously hanging above a rural piece of land with some distant lights as the only indicator of potential civilisation.
Jordan Peele has announced the title of his next film. Do we know much else? Nope!. The Key & Peele comedian has quickly made a name for himself as one of the boldest filmmakers in Hollywood following his directorial debut, Get Out, in 2017. In case you somehow missed the Oscar-winning horror film—Peele took home the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay—Get Out follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) on his first trip to meet the parents of his white girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams). However, the weekend trip quickly shifts from mundane to terrifying when…well, we won't spoil it for you.
Critically acclaimed and Oscar-winning director Jordan Peele’s next “terror” is officially called Nope, according to a poster the director shared on Thursday. The details of the project remain (delightfully) shrouded in mystery, and you’ll still have a bit longer to wait before you can see it yourself — Nope is scheduled to be released in theaters on July 22nd, 2022.
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In the several years since Jordan Peele released his second directorial effort, the twisty and wicked Us, the marketplace has been inundated with more than a few imitators of Peele’s unique blend of socially conscious horror and seemingly contradictory bleak humor—essentially inserted nervous laughter. Yet even after multiple other films and projects on that wavelength, no one has been able to replicate the unique blend which won Peele on a Oscar for the screenplay of his first movie, Get Out, and which made Us one of only a handful of original 2019 efforts to be among the highest grossing of that year.
At long last, we know the title of Jordan Peele's next movie, with the filmmaker taking to Twitter and revealing the first official poster for Nope. Does the image offer any sort of plot details? Of course not! Did it come burdened with any news as to where the story could be headed? Don't be ridiculous! However, as the next feature from the visionary filmmaker, it's still more than reason enough to get hyped.
Nope. That’s the name of the next mind-bending thriller from director Jordan Peele. Peele, who is taking on writing and directing duties, revealed the film’s title and poster on Thursday morning, in a tweet that was adorned with nothing but an ominous cloud emoji. Other than the poster’s tagline, which...
Historic downtown Bessemer will be featured on the silver screen as a new Bruce Willis film shoots there. Recently the A-list actor was seen filming Soul Assassin in The Marvel City. Keep reading because we’ve got the deets. THE Bruce Willis is in town. Nope, not a typo. Bruce Willis,...
Jordan Peele has unveiled what will be his next horror film, a “new terror” called “Nope.”. In a poster for the film, Peele shared that the film will star “Get Out” actor and Oscar-winner Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Steven Yeun. This will be Peele’s third feature following “Us.”. Universal...
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton,” and film director Jon M. Chu are ready to bring Latinos the "Crazy Rich Asians" moment many have been craving. Chu, who directed "Crazy Rich Asians,” one of 2018’s biggest blockbusters, partnered with Miranda and screenwriter Quiara Alegría Hudes to adapt...
This morning brings the full trailer for Ben Wheatley’s upcoming horror film, In the Earth, setting the tone for terror. Why do people going into haunted/cursed woods? We may never know the answer, but it sure makes for some damn impressive chilling stories. Today brings about a new, full-length, look at the latest coming from Ben Wheatley and Neon: