Jordan Peele’s highly anticipated third feature, “Nope,” has finally arrived.
The film follows Peele’s first two horror films as writer/director, 2017’s ‘Get Out’ and 2019’s ‘Us’. became a fan appeal as a filmmaker and “Nope”, unlike Peele’s first two films, leans heavily on the sci-fi genre with a blockbuster-sized budget. . Peele teamed up with Daniel Kaluuya on the film, which finds a brother and sister duo trying to catch UFOs on camera.
“No” being one of the most anticipated movies of the year, many are probably wondering where and how to watch it. Answers to all your questions below.
Is “No” in theaters or streaming?
“No” opens exclusively in theaters on Friday, July 22, so the only way to see it opening weekend is in a movie theater.
When will ‘Nope’ be streamed?
Although no official date has been given regarding the “No” air date, the film is a universal release and will almost certainly be released on Peacock after a minimum of 45 days exclusively in theaters (although the film may also arrive on Peacock later than that).
It means you strength expect “No” to air on Peacock around September 6, which will be its exclusive broadcast home due to Universal and Peacock’s exclusive deal struck in 2021.
Is “Nope” worth seeing in theaters?
The short answer is yes. Peele teamed up with cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema – who also shot ‘Interstellar’, ‘Spectre’ and ‘Tenet’ – on the film and used IMAX cameras to capture a number of footage. “No” is really, at its core, a film about spectacle and in that regard, Peele delivered a spectacle all its own. So if you can see it in IMAX, go for it.
Who is in the cast of “No”?
Daniel Kaluuya plays OJ Haywood, the California rancher and older brother of Keke Palmer’s Emerald Haywood. The two siblings are joined by Brandon Perea as Angel Torres and Michael Wincott as Antlers Holst. Steven Yeun portrays Ricky “Skirt” Park, but his relationship to the Haywood siblings has yet to be clarified – audiences will just have to wait to see how he fits into the plot. The cast also includes Barbie Ferreira, Keith David, Wrenn Schmidt, Donna Mills, Devon Graye, Eddie Jemison, Osgood Perkins, Terry Notary, Andrew Patrick Ralston and Jennifer Lafleur.
What is “No”?
While the premise of Peele’s latest film has remained silent, the trailers have leaked a few details so audiences know a little about what to expect upon entering the theater. OJ (Kaluuya) runs the family’s California ranch, which supplies horses for Hollywood productions, and his sister Emerald “Em” (Palmer) is the more charismatic of the two. After OJ witnessed something spectacular in the sky, he and Em – with the help of a tech salesman (Perea) and a documentarian (Wincott) – set out to try to capture this UFO on camera.
Watch the “No” Trailer
Or don’t – this one gives a lot!