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What kind of demonic threat could force an entire city to just say “no”? Thanks to a Universal presentation at CinemaCo today, we may have some clues. Director Jordan Peele took to the stage to shed a little light on the premise of No,
First Trailer for Nope Only hinted at a demonic force threatening our main characters. In the trailer, Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer play James and Jill Heywood, who own and work a black-run horse farm. The farm in question trains horses for Hollywood productions and things are going great until something mysterious appears in the sky above the farm. The trailer then cuts to the other characters, who see something on them as well. There are also shots of people who don’t seem completely human. the posters It also indicated a possible alien threat, showing a horse and other floating objects in the night sky.
Peele addressed the many fan theories surrounding Nope on the Internet. Peele confirmed today that yes, the film is about aliens. The question would not include some sort of alien invasion affecting people in and around the horse farm.
“The discovery and its wonder is part of the fun,” Peele added in the Q&A, as noted Hollywood Reporter, “The trailers will give you a taste, but we want to keep some of the mystery so you can be satisfied going to the damn movie.”
No, shot on 65mm and IMAX, so you can expect some amazing views of rural California before it all went up in the skies. The film’s cinematographer is Hoyte van Hoytema, who previously shot Dunkirk, Tenet, Interstellar and Her.
Like his previous films Get Out and Us, Knope was written and directed by Peele. The film stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Steven Yeun along with Barbie Ferreira, Brandon Perea and Michael Wincott. Peele is producing with his longtime partner Ian Cooper at Monkeypaw Productions. The Universal Pictures film will debut in theaters on July 22, 2022.
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