The final trailer for Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror mystery “Nope” is here

The final trailer for Jordan Peele's upcoming horror mystery "Nope" is here

To be totally honest with you all, our dear audience, the two movies coming out this summer that I am the most excited about are Alex Garland’s Men (2022) and Jordan Peele’s Nope (2022). The first one had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May and is already out in some countries including the USA, while the second one will finally see the light in July.

With a mysterious title as Nope (2022) is, the director of the masterpiece that is Get Out (2017) and that obscure experience called Us (2019) is throwing nothing but a huge dosage of mystery and confusion about what his new movie can be about. Written, produced, and directed by Jordan Peele, the aura of secret regarding the plot of the film has been solid and all of us have accepted to play the game of keeping the spoilers out and wait until the release day is here to get our minds blown. All that was shared was the thin storyline about the residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bearing to witness an uncanny and chilling discovery. Is this an aliens invasion movie? Is our own planet rebelling against us? Is there any secret conspiracy going on?

The final trailer for Nope (2022) has been released now, and although generous in its running time, 3 minutes long, it does nothing but throws more mystery to the already confusing and exciting hype this movie is growing. Perhaps the trailer gives us a lot, but it makes sure to state that “it’s not what you think”.

Daniel Kaluuya, who got an Oscar nomination for his astonishing performance in Peele’s Get Out (2017), plays the main character in Nope (2022). With him, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea, Michael Wincott, Steven Yeun, Wrenn Schmidt, Michael R. Busch, Barbie Ferreira, and the veterans Keith David (John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) and They Live (1988)) and Donna Mills (Clint Eastwood’s Play Misty for Me (1971), and the General Hospital (1963– ) TV series), complete the main cast.

Nope (2022) is part of the five-year exclusive partnership between Universal Pictures and Peele’s banner Monkeypaw Productions. It is advertised as a “horror event”, but if we have learned anything from the New York filmmaker is that in his films everything has more than one layer, and plot twists and surprises will be on the menu.

While we wait for the release of Nope (2022), out in July in most countries in the world, we can enjoy its final trailer and the set of character posters that has been shared by Universal Pictures.