Jordan Peele most recent horror movie, Nope, hits theaters on July 22, 2022, and we can’t wait! This sci-fi horror film is the newest addition to Monkeypaw Productions and is written, directed and produced by Jordan Pele. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming film.
Horror master Jordan Peele directs this sci-fi thriller
Jordan Pele began his career as an actor. He was an actor on mad tv for five seasons and was known for his celebrity impressions. So, Jordan Pele was nominated in 2008 for an Emmy for a parody song he wrote about the 50 cents and Kanye West quarrel. He had a recurring role on the Adult Swim series children’s hospital as well as the FX anthology series Fargo. He played a supporting role in the film spirit of adventure.
Back in his mad tv days he was thrown with Key Keegan-Michael often due to their on-screen chemistry. It couldn’t be truer. They then teamed up for a Comedy Central series titled Key and Peele, who has created several skits that have gone viral online. The two also performed and produced Keanu in 2016.
However, if you haven’t known him for Key and Peele, you probably know his work as a director. In 2017, he released his first film titled get out. He was immediately acclaimed; it has become one of Timeof the Year, scored 98% on Rotten Tomatoes, and won Best Original Screenplay at the 90th Academy Awards. His second movie We was also successful at the box office. Jordan Peele The horror style has viewers on the edge of their seats and leaving the theater with plenty to talk about.
Catch it Nope trailer and get a closer look into the movie plot
From what we can tell, the film follows ranchers James and Jill Haywood as they witness a series of strange events after encountering an unidentified flying object. The film’s marketing has been deliberately elusive when it comes to the actual subject of the film. The promotional marketing created suspense, but also kept the plot under wraps, which leaves many wondering if there’s more to it. Nope that it seems.
All about the Nope film cast
The Nope the cast has some familiar faces and faces you may not know.
Keke Palmer plays Jill Haywood. You may know her as Zayday Williams in Scream QueensAisha in winx clubOlivia in cries of joyAkeela in Akeelah and the beeor True Jackson in True Jackson, Vice President
Daniel Kaluuya plays James Hayward. You may know him as Chris in get outW’Kabi in Black PantherFred in Judas and the Black Messiahor slim in Queen and Slim.
Steven Yuen Brian plays. You may know him as Glenn in The Walking Dead or Ben in Burning. You might also recognize his voice from Invincible, Tuca and Bertiethe troll hunters series or Voltron: Legendary Defender.
Michael Wincott plays Craig. You may know him as Guy of Gisborne in Robin Hood: Prince of ThievesBest dollar in The crowPhilo Gant in strange daysFrank in Alien: Resurrectionand Adrian Cross in 24: Live Another Day.
Barbie Ferreira plays Danielle. You may know her as Kat from Euphoria.
Brandon Perea plays Kevin, but you might know him as Alfonso from the OA.
Laugh with these Nope memes
Many fans of Jordan Pele took to social media to talk about the film and create memes.
This fan took to social media to poke fun at the elusive marketing.
— Emilio Sanchez (@TheEmilioSanchez) June 7, 2022
This fan also made a joke about Jordan Peele penchant for symbolism.
— Michael Kay in 90 seconds (@MichaelKayin90) June 5, 2022
Several fans had a lot to say about the casting choices.
I will see #NOPEMovie for the plot.
The plot: https://t.co/VaApQQ6D4p pic.twitter.com/RCWDJIfTmv
– Horror Addict247 (@movieudede217) June 7, 2022
Also discover some gifs. . .
Josh, and all of us, are likely to be on the edge of our seats.
— Josh ❤️ Obi Wan Kenobi, Ms. Marvel #BlackLivesMatter (@supermangeek101) June 3, 2022
Nope is just around the corner!
— Ryan Rea🪓ts (@RyanTheHorrorM1) June 7, 2022
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