Jordan Peele has revealed the title of his new horror film as “Nope” with the main cast, a poster and the release date all being confirmed now….
Jordan Peele has announced the title for his next horror film along with releasing a poster, although he didn’t actually reveal any plot details just yet.
The new film will be titled “Nope” with the main card also confirmed as Peele will team up with Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya for the first time since working together on the critically acclaimed film “Get Out.” Keke Palmer will also be in the cast as well as recent Academy Award nominee Steven Yeun.
Here’s a look at the poster for the film, which will be released on July 22, 2022.
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) July 22, 2021
Now obviously Peele hasn’t said anything about the actual story or plot that will happen in “Nope” but that’s not exactly a surprise.
Following his Oscar win for Best Screenplay for “Get Out” in 2018, Peele was just as secretive with his follow up project with the film “Us,” which was another critical success for the writer and director.
For now, we’ll just have to theorize what exactly “Nope” means along with the cryptic poster that doesn’t tell us much either.
As far as Peele’s work, his next project as an executive producer will be “Candyman,” which hits theaters on Friday, August 27.