After the release of Jordan Peele's previous works the 2017 Get Out and 2019 Us, he was an instant horror icon among cinematography legends. Peele returns as director, writer, and producer of the mysterious upcoming American film “Nope” under his Monkeypaw Productions. Nope is a science fiction horror film stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun.
Siblings Jill Haywood (Palmer) and James Haywood (Kaluuya) play "the only Black-owned horse trainers", running a business at Haywood Ranch with a family history of working in Hollywood. Things soon turn bad as a mysterious force in the sky comes to haunt America. The plot follows residents of an isolated town in California, among them ranch owners James and Jill Haywood are tormented by the presence of an unidentified flying object. They witness a mysterious and abnormal event. The film is scheduled to be released in the United States on July 22, 2022, by Universal Pictures.
The release of a teaser poster in July 2021 and followed by a trailer that aired during Super Bowl LVI on February 13, 2022. Several critics admired the promotional footage for simultaneously creating suspense and keeping the storyline under covers, and began to speculate that it would be about extraterrestrial life. This immediately lit the internet on blaze and led fans hurrying for answers whether the main antagonist of the film could be alien invaders from outer space or if Peele has another trick.
Jordan Hoffman from Vanity Fair gave positive notes to the music choice and the constant shot featuring scrolling text, which he compared to a similar shot in the trailer for Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. The Verge's Charles Pulliam-Moore called it "one of the rare modern movies with this much hype around it to make it this close to its release date without the public knowing basically anything about it." Social media analytic RelishMix said the film saw an increase of 21.65 million social media interactions after the trailer's airing during the Super Bowl.
A second poster showing a floating horse released on March 1, 2022. Bloody Disgusting's John Squires said it was "entirely possible that Nope isn't at all the movie it thus far appears to be, with the marketing throwing us off the scent." Larry Fitzmaurice of BuzzFeed called it "terrifyingly funny". Another television spot aired during the NBA Finals on June 2, 2022, confirming the existence of UFOs in the film.
Nope is a new alien and modern horror film. A glimpse of an alien look like looks remarkably similar with alien merchandise in the movie, motion of a sensor security camera, the way protagonists and people look up in the sky, and a horror film that takes place during the day, keeps horror unique and alive.
“What's a bad miracle?” in the official trailer is so intriguing and terrifying. Only few trailers have done their profession enticing the viewer, while not giving too much info about the film. Finally, the Nope trailer does not give away anything.
The trailer is extremely good cinematography for a comedy. The director really knows how to do horror in a comical setting. That is why his movies are a bit different from most horror movies and its uplifting. Once alien lights start showing up, the power around the town starts to go down. Then everything got dark for suspense thriller, and from Jordan Peele slowly crossed the screen suddenly it was clearly a horror movie. This would be an impressive blend of horror, Sci-Fi, suspense thriller, and comedy film. The trailer makes you think about what is about to happen, not even giving an idea and just enough for a teaser trailer.
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