Nope Gets November Release Date on Peacock

Jordan Peele reveals himself as a filmmaker at his broadest and most experimental with his third neo-western film, nope, which adds to his already stellar resume. And for those who haven’t seen the film yet or just want to watch it again, Universal Pictures has officially announced that the horror sci-fi film will begin streaming exclusively on Peacock starting November 18th. In addition, Peacock will oversee the creation of a new documentary on the production of the film with the cast and crew, as well as behind-the-scenes footage.

The Oscar-winning director is known for his growing list of compelling films he has directed. Through Go out and Usfans of all things horror have put a lot of faith in Peele, and nope certainly not disappointed. The story revolves around ranch owners OJ and Emerald Haywood, who inherited Haywood’s Hollywood horses after their father, Otis Haywood Sr., mysteriously died. After the unexpected death of Otis, the siblings have since carried on their father’s remaining responsibilities, with the financial dilemma at the forefront. However, the owner of the family-friendly theme park and petting zoo Jupiter’s Claim is trying to make money from the puzzling and spooky incidents the siblings discover above the clouds, which will soon turn the situation into a more chaotic course of events.


Peacock has a great collection of horrors in his library that will surely give you goosebumps, including Frankenstein, Werewolf of London, The birds, Night of the Living Dead, the thing, The Blair Witch Project, Seen, Drag me to hell, the black phoneand Halloween ends. So it’s no small surprise that the streaming platform has been added nope to his list of horror classics.

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Peele gets back together Daniel Kaluyawith whom he collaborated in the 2017 psychological horror film Go out. Alongside Kaluuya in the ensemble cast are Keke Palmer (hustlers) and Steven Yeun (the Walking Dead). The blockbuster horror flick also includes Terry notary (The seat), Devon Greye (I no longer feel at home in this world), Donna Mills (landing node), Eddie Jemison (ocean 11), and Wrenn Schmidt (euphoria). Apart from directing and screenplay nopeOn the side, Peele produced the film Ian Cooper (candy man), With Robert Graf (The Tragedy of Macbeth) and Victory Rosenfeld (Wendel & Wild) executive producer.

nope will stream exclusively on Peacock on November 18th. Nope Gets November Release Date on Peacock

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