Jordan Peele's Next Movie Is Titled Nope, Spooky First Poster Revealed

Peele's third film arrives in July 2022, and the first poster has been released.

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The title and poster for Jordan Peele's next horror movie have been revealed. The film is titled Nope, and it will hit theaters in exactly one year's time, on July 22, 2022.

The Nope poster was released by Peele on Twitter, who accompanied it with a cloud emoji. The poster itself shows an ominous cloud hovering above a town with what looks like a line of flags hanging out of it. It also includes the names of the three stars--Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Scream Queens), and Steven Yuen (Minari, The Walking Dead). Check the Nope poster out below:

As with Peele's previous movies as director--Get Out and Us--Nope is shrouded in mystery. In fact, we know nothing else about it--Peele has not hinted at what it could be about, and no synopsis has been released yet. Details are sure to emerge at some point but until then we'll just have to speculate about whether it's a film about the weather, an evil cloud, or something very bad that lurks inside it.

Peele has also co-written and produced the upcoming sequel/reboot to the '90s classic Candyman, which releases on August 21. The movie is directed by Nia DaCosta and was delayed from the original date of September 2020. Check out the latest Candyman trailer here.

For more, read GameSpot's guide to the biggest upcoming horror movies of 2021.

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