Jordan Peele's 'NOPE' Trailer Finally Reveals The Plot
The New Trailer for Jordan Peele's horror film 'Nope' Explains Why Everyone Is Afraid Of the Sky, Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea.
The new trailer for Jordan Peele's upcoming horror film, Nope, has debuted. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has now published a video with footage from the film.
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Months of hints and speculations ended with audiences finally getting a firm grasp on what the next film is all about and why everyone appears to be afraid of the sky. The trailer offers a look at the film's story and setting, as well as its characters. After Keith Haywood's character Otis Sr.'s sudden death, the events in the new horror spiral out of control. Keke Palmer plays Emerald Haywood, while Daniel Kaluuya portrays Otis Jr., and they must figure out what caused his death and what to do with the family ranch. Otis Jr. believes that their father was murdered by an extraterrestrial lurking figure in the clouds that loom above, and both siblings are eager to take up the slack and take over as he is gone.
The film is directed by Peele, Kaluuya, and Palmer, with Steven Yeun, Michael Wincott, and Brandon Perea starring. On July 22, the picture will be released. Check out the movie's debut trailer below.
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