R/15 Rating for Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’
The films synopsis reads.
Caretakers at a California horse ranch encounter a mysterious force that affects human and animal behaviour.
The Key & Peele comedian has quickly made a name for himself in cinema, thanks to hits such as Get Out in 2017 and 2019’s Us. His next release is sure to be juts as successful thanks to Peele’s use of suspense and horror that draws audiences in and spits them out with shocks galore.
As for what the film is about, your guess at this point is as good as anyone else’s. Thanks to a couple of trailers and a posters, most horror goblins have deduced an alien threat at hand, but knowing Peele’s tendencies to not reveal much pre-release, this may very well be a bait and switch move that will surely shock and awe in cinemas.
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We’ll find out soon when Nope hits cinemas (only) in July.
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