Nope, the part-horror, part-sci-fi, half neo-Western from Get Out director Jordan Peele, will probably be obtainable to stream on Peacock from November 18th. The movie, which we known as “a breathtaking celebration of filmmaking as an art form” in our review, stars Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer as they examine the supernatural goings on within the skies above their ranch.
Although Nope was well-received by critics, I’ve to admit I personally bounced off it after I noticed it on the massive display. But Alissa Wilkinson’s writeup over at Vox has me interested by giving it a second watch. “Nope is centrally about how our experiences of reality have been almost entirely colonized by screens and cameras and entertainment’s portrayals of what it calls reality,” Wilkinson writes. “To the point that we can barely conceive of experiencing reality directly, with honesty and without any kind of manipulation.”
In addition to streaming the movie itself, Peacock is additionally streaming a making-of documentary which can embody behind-the-scenes footage in addition to interviews with the forged and crew. Variety notes that Nope would require a paid Peacock subscription, which at present begins at $4.99 a month, or a reduced $19.99 for a yr.