Doesn’t come on demand on Friday

It’s only been a month since Jordan Peele’s last movie, noIt opened in theaters, but the movie is now heading to On Demand. And Nope’s official account on Twitter revealed, Tuesday, that the movie will be available on demand on Friday, August 26, giving fans the opportunity to watch the hit movie in the comfort of their homes, immersed in surreal mystery and horror. All.

no Bell reunited with Academy Award winner Daniel Kaluuya (Get outAnd the Judas and the Black Christ), who was joined by Keke Palmer (crooksAnd the AliceOscar nominee Stephen YeonMinaryAnd the Okja) as residents of a lone gulch in inner California who bear witness to a strange and frightening discovery. While Peele was inspired by his nightmares, Peele also spoke of his desire to explore his “scene addiction.”

Bell previously said, “I started wanting to make a movie that would put the audience into the immersive experience of being in the presence of a UFO.” empire. “I wanted to make a scene, something that would promote my favorite art form and my favorite way of viewing that art form: the theatrical experience. When I started writing screenplay, I started researching the nature of the scene, our addiction to the scene, and the pernicious nature of attention. That’s what it’s about. .and it pertains to brother and sister and the healing of their relationship.”

Bill said earlier That nightmares inspire his films – including Nope – in part because he takes elements that “intersect” in his psyche and turns them into a story.

“Nightmares have this uncanny valley,” Bell said. “They have a limited surreal space that I just love.” “I love when something is so scary in a way that you don’t even know why, but it is. And so, you know, when I have a really modern nightmare, it’s in that tone. And that’s what it is. That’s what I do. I take some of the way in which some of these things intersect in me in a very dark way, trying to turn it into a story.”

The film did well at the box office, grossing over $100 million, and did well with critics as well, currently sitting at 83 percent on Rotten Tomatoes as freshly approved.

no It is currently still in showrooms and will be available to order on Friday, August 26th.


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