Psychological-Thriller legend director Jordan Peele is returning to the big screens by introducing another mind-twisting film, Nope. Peele has established a triumphant Hollywood career by helming two multi-awarded films, 2019's Us and his iconic film to date, 2017's Get Out.
Aside from Get Out’s enormously positive fan reception, Peele was also impressively nominated for an Academy Award for Screenplay, Best Picture, and Best Writing for the film. Following his nominations, is the director interested to helm a Get Out sequel?
When asked about the possibility of doing a Get Out sequel, Peele responded, "I do get asked that a lot. Never say never," he told AP. "There’s certainly a lot to talk about left. We’ll see."
Although Peele seemingly played it coy about the odds of developing a sequel, for now, it's highly unlikely that he will do Get Out 2. Throughout his career, the director did not develop any sequels for any of the recognized movies he directed and produced. Aside from that, his films usually consist of jaw-dropping twists, so if he recreates a continuation, it would've destroyed the complete mystery of the film.
Whether the director returns for a Get Out sequel or not, fans can first catch up on Peele's latest project Nope, which the fans would surely enjoy as it lands in the same genre as Get Out and Us. Only this time, Nope centers more on Aliens and UFOs. Get Out's Daniel Kaluuya returns to lead Peele's latest film, while new additions include Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, and Barbie Ferreira.
The official synopsis of Nope is below:
"Caretakers at a California horse ranch encounter a mysterious force that affects human and animal behaviour."
As expected, the synopsis wouldn't be a giveaway on what the film is really all about, but fans would surely unravel the mystery with Nope when it premieres in theaters on July 22.
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