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Steph Curry stars in new Nope teaser airing during NBA playoff games

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All we know so far about Nope is that the movie includes Daniel Kaluuya (who was chosen for an Oscar for Get Out) as James Haywood, Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Black Panther) as Jill Haywood, and Steven Yeun (Minari, Okja) as Brian. All are “locals in a lonely gulch of inland California who bear witness to a uncanny and chilling discovery.” The cast also consists of Michael Wincott as Craig, Brandon Perea as Kevin, Barbie Ferreira as Danielle, and Donna Mills as Bonnie Clayton.
The new 30-second teaser recreates components of that first trailer. We see Curry in an empty barn on a separated horse ranch. A curious Curry heads to the barn entrance simply as the wind kicks up, and we see a threatening shadow fall throughout the scene as he looks at the sky.
Verdict: the highly photogenic Curry wont be winning an Oscar any time soon, however its a charming meme-worthy marketing move by the studio. Nope strikes theaters on July 22, 2022. Based on what weve seen so far, were still stating “Yep.”.
Expand/ “Nope.” Curry is outta there.YouTube/ Universal Pictures.

Jordan Peeles upcoming movie Nope aims to reimagine the summer season film.
The NBA playoffs start today! Universal Pictures marked the celebration by dropping a brand-new teaser for Jordan Peeles upcoming brand-new film, Nope, featuring eight-time NBA All-Star Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors.
As weve reported formerly, Peele has sealed his status as the current master of thought-provoking scary, starting with Get Out, his surprise box-office struck that made more than $250 million and snagged Peele an Oscar for finest initial movie script– the very first time the award has gone to a Black recipient. Go out is a subtle exploration of racial stress. The film quietly exposes its horrifying premise and builds to an inevitably bloody conclusion. In Peeles 2019 follow-up, Us, the style wasnt a lot racial stress– it was exploring, in Peeles words, the myriad methods which “we are our own worst opponents.”
Expand/ Eight-time NBA All Star Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors shows off his moves in 30-second teaser.YouTube/ Universal Pictures
The very first trailer dropped in February– extremely moody and atmospheric however offering really couple of information. (There may be aliens involved, or Peele desires us to think there are as a little misdirection.) Trailers for Peeles films never ever expose excessive, since much of the pleasure of his movies comes from their regularly unusual twists.
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As weve reported previously, Peele has actually sealed his status as the current master of thought-provoking scary, starting with Get Out, his surprise box-office hit that earned more than $250 million and snagged Peele an Oscar for finest original movie script– the first time the award has actually gone to a Black recipient. The movie quietly exposes its horrifying premise and constructs to an inevitably bloody conclusion. In Peeles 2019 follow-up, Us, the theme wasnt so much racial stress– it was checking out, in Peeles words, the myriad ways in which “we are our own worst opponents.”
Trailers for Peeles films never ever reveal too much, since much of the enjoyment of his films comes from their frequently bizarre twists.
All we know therefore far about Nope is that the movie features Daniel Kaluuya (who was nominated for an Oscar for Get Out) as James Haywood, Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Black Panther) as Jill Haywood, and Steven Yeun (Minari, Okja) as Brian.