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    Jordan Peele's Next Movie Is Called "Nope," And The Poster Has My Mind Spinning

    A new terror from the mind of Academy Award winner Jordan Peele...

    It's been a little over two years since Jordan Peele's last film, Us, came out, which means we're well overdue for the next installment of the JPCU. (Okay, that's not an official thing, but let's just call it that.) And I'm happy to inform you all that Peele's next film is called Nope and it comes out July 22, 2022. Here's the first poster:

    A movie poster with a small town in the distance and a giant cloud over it, with a kite string hanging out of the cloud
    Universal

    A quiet town in the middle of nowhere, and a giant ominous cloud...that's seemingly absorbed a kite?!?! WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

    The film will reunite Peele with Get Out star (and newly minted Oscar winner!) Daniel Kaluuya.

    Daniel Kaluuya as Chris in Get Out, sitting in a chair frozen, tears streaming from his eyes
    Universal / Courtesy Everett Collection

    And it will also star Keke Palmer.

    Keke Palmer in Master of Sex
    Showtime Networks Inc. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    And Steven Yeun.

    Steven Yeun in Minari
    A24 / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Peele revealed the poster in a tweet earlier today, along with a very ominous cloud emoji — the cloud which, of course, points to the equally ominous cloud in the movie's poster.

    Twitter: @JordanPeele

    And, suffice to say, this made a lot of people scream...

    ...and also make jokes (because this is the internet after all)...

    @JordanPeele Man don’t have me out here scared of clouds bruh

    Twitter: @Sharpdiesel3

    ...and even start to go down the wormhole, looking for any kind of clues.

    @JordanPeele Anyone else see a face in the clouds to the right?

    We really have little to no information other than that. So, mark your calendars, Nope arrives in theaters only July 22, 2022!

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