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Here's when Nope can stream

preview for Nope – official trailer (Universal Pictures)

The most anticipated movie of the year is finally released. No , the third horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele, was released on July 21. Despite a strong marketing push through trailers and a viral interview with Keke Palmer, there’s still a lot we don’t know about this creepy, ominous film Definitely involving aliens.

Starring Kirk Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya (who also starred in preview for Nope – official trailer (Universal Pictures) Get Out

), Steven Yeun and Brandon Perea, No is one of our long-awaited horror movies. In an interview with Fandango, Peele said he “wanted to create a spectacle.”

“So I set my sights on the great American UFO story,” he said. “The film itself deals with spectacle, and the good and the bad that come with that notion of focus. It’s a horror epic, but it has some points that are meant to elicit a very visible reaction in the theater. The first with Peele A horror film, in an interview with

Vanity Fair , he also ridiculed the film, saying that Peel has Growing up as a filmmaker.

“Jordan was more certain,” Kaluuya said. “I think for a lot of first-time productions For the filmmakers, no matter how talented or prepared they are, they feel that this will be the last film they will make. This time he was more confident – he had more. His vision is wider. Everything is more. “

So, how can you see no? When will it be available to stream? Scroll down for the latest.

How to watchDo not

Now, NO is only available in theaters. However, we can have a good guess that it will end up in Where is the streaming service, and when.

When will it be

No Can it be streamed?


Nope is distributed by Universal (especially part of NBCUniversal), it Yes it is possible

not it may be streamed via Peacock sometime after its theatrical release. While there’s no exact time to tell when the film will hit the streaming service, it’s as early as 2021 Indiewire Covering Peacock has a 45-day window for most of its major titles. That means Nope could be as early as 2022 Fall Watch at Home.

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