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Jordan Peele calls latest film a “spectacle”

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Sketch comedian-turned-Academy Award-winning director Jordan Peele’s directorial debut has only three projects in its filmography, but is already eyeing a hat-trick of box office smashes. After critically acclaimed go and festival standouts We Is NoAnother obscure story that combines horror with comedy.

talking to fandangoPeele Notes His Highest Priority No The film was to be made for the theatre.

“I wrote it at a time when we were a little worried about the future of cinema,” Peele said. “So the first thing I knew is [that] I wanted to make a spectacle. I wanted to make something that the audience had to come to see. I’ve set my eyes on the great American UFO story we’re seeing here. The film itself deals with the good and the bad that come from this idea of ​​spectacle and meditation.”

the former key and peel The star said that he hopes his latest directorial will create a real audible feeling from the audience.

“It’s a horror epic, but there are some points in it that are meant to elicit a very audible response in the theater,” Peele said. “Hopefully we’ll hear a lot more when we see this, ‘No!'”

No Peel again mixes go Leading man Daniel Kaluya, who has earned worldwide acclaim over the past five years. Best Supporting Actor of 2021 shared his admiration for Peele, noting how proud he is to be part of his films.

“I was really proud of Jordan. That’s the reality,” said Kalua. “It’s such a sensitive moment to be in someone’s first film. The fact is go worked, then We Worked and he’s gotten to this level, and he’s been able to give me a portion of it and at this level of budget, I felt really proud of Jordan.”

While Kalua is familiar with Peel’s work, the rest of the No The actors within Monkeypaw Productions are rookies. Newcomer Brandon Perea (Oye, doom patrol) praised his director, saying that he hopes No Movies to change.

“I think Jordan’s cinema has already changed, [and] He’s going to do it again,” Periya said. “They gave him a chance to do something massive. He is working at the highest level.

Peria continued, “People are going to be upside down because they’re not expecting it from Jordan.” “Because I was reading this and expecting something else, and then I was like, ‘Oh! She’s like, this is different than anything she’s ever done. Well! Surprise us.'”

No Hits theaters on July 22.

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