Nope! It reunites Keke Palmer (Hustlers), Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) and Oscar nominee Stven Yeun (Minari), and is produced by Ian Cooper (Candyman) and Jordan Pelee. The filmmaker, winner of an Oscar for 'Get Out', returns to the big screen with 'NOP! this August 25 in Chilean theaters.
Nope story introduces us to the caretakers of a California horse ranch who come across a mysterious force that affects not only human behavior but also that of animals. Are we witnessing an evil miracle?.
Do not miss the advances that we will be showing of this new film that will surely be at the height of Pelee's other works.
There is no intellectual property that escapes from Hollywood. More than ever, interest in already established franchises and stories has spread. So much so that not even when it comes to children's characters. That is the case of Barney, the popular purple dinosaur that we all surely remember from our childhood television or that of one of our relatives. This is what Daniel Kaluuya says about his interest as a producer to make a movie about him.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Daniel Kaluuya talked about his plans for the live-action Barney. Few details are known about the plot, but the interpreter, who will serve as producer, confirmed that he is still working on the project, developing the script. He thinks it's important not to dismiss movies made for kids, because that's really how most people fall in love with the medium.
Previously, the actor had explained that he found it interesting to make a Barney movie since that character was attached to a message of empathy and love towards others. Something that he considers is very necessary in the polarized political climate that we live in today. And that is perfectly represented in the classic dinosaur song “I love you and you love me”.
Although there is not much certainty about the adaptation of Barney yet, if you are a fan of Kaluuya, you will soon see him back. In August we will have the premiere of Nope, a new horror film with which he returned to work under the direction of Jordan Peele. On the other hand, Queen & Slim: The Fugitives, a drama about a couple who has to flee from the police after murdering a racist officer, is one of his lesser-known works, and it spent a very short time in theaters due to the pandemic, is in Star Plus.
Racism is not at all foreign to Hollywood. Well, although the representation advances slowly but steadily, there are quite a few cases of actors and members of productions who have denounced having suffered from racism in the industry.
Previously, actress Candice Patton had spoken out about her experience on the set of the Flash, and now it's Daniel Kaluuya, best known for his role in Get Out, who shares her vision.
In an interview for Essence, Daniel Kaluuya told director Jordan Peele that after his participation in the Black Mirror episode "Fifteen Million Merits", he had had problems being considered for new roles.
He also admitted that if it hadn't been for Peele, who wrote and directed the film that gave the actor his first recognition, he would have given up.
Peele commented that from the moment he saw Kaluuya in Black Mirror, it had "been like a perfect audition" for him, and that he proved to be a true force capable of giving his maximum in a short time.
Later, he commented that the key to a good film was to have a great script, and to have an actor who, in addition to talent, has the potential to reach more. Which he affirms, he managed to fulfill by working hand in hand with Kaluuya during the filming of Get Out.
Although Get Out gave him his first nominations in the most important film competitions in Hollywood, the actor was recognized until his work in the film Judas and the Black Messiah, with which he won the Oscar, BATFA and Golden Globe for Best Actor in Distribution.
Recently, Daniel Kaluuya said that he would not participate in the second installment of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever due to scheduling problems, as he already had a commitment to Jordan Peele and his next film Nope, which is scheduled to hit theaters in August of this year.
Nope With only three films as director, and one of them yet to be released, Jordan Peele has become a name that any fan of fantasy and horror films with a modicum of self-respect should know. The more than deserved success of Let Me Out (2017) gave way to the also exceptional Us (2019), and this summer he raises the stakes even more with Nope, his first blockbuster, for which he has collaborated with Christopher Nolan's usual cinematographer , Hoyte van Hoytema.
While we wait for August 19 (its release date in Spain), Peele has prepared us a first-person horror experience inspired by his, so to speak, his cinematographic universe. Or, at least, he has prepared it for Oculus Quest 2 users.
According to Variety, Monkeypaw Productions: All Aboard is a collection of UFO virtual worlds available for free in the Horizon Worlds app, thanks to an agreement between Universal Pictures and Meta.
The visitor finds himself on a train full of references to Jordan Peele's movies (some Easter eggs are only for very, very fans), but the really interesting thing comes when he arrives at a replica of Nope's ranch. The idea is to interact with other users, compete in a series of mini-games and, in essence, quell our desire to see the damn movie thanks to the latest technology in VR.
Horizon Worlds ensures that this is not all: the Monkeypaw Productions train is scheduled to make a stop in the worlds of Us and Let me out before the end of the summer. Which opens up a whole world of possibilities, if you stop to think about it for a moment. Why settle for just Peele?.
Why not design virtual reality experiences inspired by the filmography of other thriller filmmakers? Putting on your Oculus to walk into a movie by, say, Michael Haneke couldn't sound better. On second thought, we might prefer to hang out with Nope's mini-games before paying a visit to the avatars of the leading couple in Amor (2012).
This collaboration with Meta is just one of the many ways that Nope's marketing campaign is trying new and exciting things. There we also have, for example, the official website of the Jupiter's Claim ranch, where the bulk of the action takes place: a real past where reality mixes with fiction (pay attention to the poster of the fake Kid Sheriff movie) and there is a prize for whoever can discover the secret contest that is staying in it.
In addition, we already know that Universal is going to make the ranch a permanent attraction in its Florida park, a sign that the studio is very confident in Nope's commercial possibilities. And how could I not? Betting on Jordan Peele is betting on a winning horse. Unless, of course, we're talking about his remake of The Twilight Zone. But it's better not to talk about that. Neither here, nor in virtual reality.
Prey for the Devil , previously known as The Devil's Light, will hit theaters on October 28, 2022. It is the new horror film by Daniel Stamm, responsible for the direction of 13 Sins, The Last Exorcism and Them (They ), the disturbing series available on Amazon Prime Video. Lionsgate has shared a new trailer in which we can see Sister Ann, played by Jacqueline Byers, face the forces of evil. You can enjoy the trailer on these lines.
The premise of the story revolves around Sister Ann, convinced that her vocation is none other than to perform exorcisms to help people afflicted by the control of demonic entities. However, one of the main rules of her institution is that women are not allowed to address this type of act.
Nope Obsessed with showing others what she is capable of, Ann ends up feeling fixated on a patient affected by a presence much more dangerous than she could imagine, since it has the power to infect multiple people as if it were a viral disease.
Prey fot the Devil will be released in theaters on October 28. If you can't wait and are looking forward to a good dose of terror, this month Nope, the new horror and science fiction film by Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us), will be released. A little later, on September 16, you can enjoy The Orphan: First Murder, a prequel to the 2009 film just a few days later, on the 23rd of the same month, you can't lose sight of David Cronenberg's Crimes of the Future . Who is not afraid in 2022 is because he does not want to.
Universal Pictures has released another feature for No, Jordan Peele's upcoming horror thriller, with commentary from Peele and director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema. The film is scheduled to make its debut on July 22.
In the video, Peele describes the film as his most ambitious project to date in terms of its large-scale, elaborate filmmaking. Meanwhile, Hoytema reveals how exciting it is for him to bring Peele's incredible vision to life.
Described as an "expansive epic of horror," No will be directed by Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya, who will officially reunite with Peele following 2017's blockbuster release Get Out. Joining him are Keke Palmer (Hustle), and Oscar nominee Steven Yeun (Minari) as they portray residents in a lonely inland creek in California who witness a strange and chilling discovery.
Additional Nope cast includes Brandon Perea, Michael Wincott, Wrenn Schmidt, Keith David, Donna Mills, Barbie Ferreira, Devon Graye, Eddie Jemison, Oz Perkins, Terry Notary, Andrew Patrick Ralston, and Jennifer Lafleur.
Additional details about the project's plot and characters are still being kept under wraps, but like Peele's first two directing roles, it's expected to be a psychological horror thriller mixed with issues of social awareness regarding race. and society.
The film is written and directed by Jordan Peele, who previously won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for his directorial debut. Get out. Before the next film, he had also directed 2019's To Us, starring Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke.
The actor is teaming up with Get Out director Jordan Peele for their new horror movie together, and he nodded to the Sixth Sense actor for inspiration.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Kaluuya stressed that Nope is an action movie and that it was important to "go for it."
We had a lot of conversations before the shoot, and when I got to the set, I was like, 'Oh shit, this is a fucking action movie. Shit,' Kaluuya said.
"The most daring thing is to go for it, [so] let's play Bruce Willis then. Let's go for this shit. I'm very concerned about original movies and original content, and even doing a movie like this with Keke Palmer in the lead, Me as the lead, Jordan as the director with this level of budget and for it to be original, it's very important that this movie connects."
Nope's synopsis reads: The caretakers of a California horse ranch encounter a mysterious force that affects human and animal behavior.
Daniel Kaluuya stars alongside Keke Palmer and Steven Yeun in the film, which hits theaters on July 22.
Meanwhile, Bruce Willis retired from acting earlier this year after being diagnosed with aphasia.
This disease, a language disorder that usually occurs after a stroke or brain injury, significantly affects a person's ability to communicate.