Filmmaker Jordan Peele gave two different narratives with films such as go And WeAlthough both had undercurrents and social reflections that integrated them in certain abilities, with the star of their upcoming film No Claiming that the new film is “completely” different from the one that came before. While all three films come out in a contemporary time frame, Palmer stated that the overall experience No More in line with something from the ’70s, which will certainly ignite both excitement and curiosity among audiences, as well as spark wild speculation about what the narrative might discover. No It is currently slated to hit theaters on July 22.
,No Nothing like that go either WePalmer shared Entertainment Weekly, “It’s a completely different vibe, it’s something completely different — the themes are completely different, and the tone is totally different. There’s a lot of ’70s tones to it, which I think is exciting.”
Oscar winner Jordan Peele disrupts and redefined modern horror go and then We, Now, he re-imagines the summer movie with a new pop nightmare: the sprawling horror epic, No, The film reunites Peele with Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), which is joined by Keke Palmer (hustler, alice) and Oscar nominee Steven Yeun (Minari, Okja) as secluded residents of inland California who witness a supernatural and chilling discovery. Nowho co-stars with Michael Wincott (Hitchcock, Westworld) and Brandon Perea (Oye, American Rebellion), written and directed by Jordan Peele and produced by Ian Cooper (us, candyman) and Jordan Peele for Monkeypaw Productions. The film will be released worldwide by Universal Pictures.
Just because the film may seem different, Palmer pointed out that there are still powerful messages to be drawn from the experience.
“I think Jordan did a great job talking about something in all of his films,” admitted the actor. ,goObviously – a lot of that was connected to the conversation around racism, but then We about class, and with No Whatever you take from it, you will take it. But I just love how he goes with everything he does, so while Black will be the lead, the lie isn’t always that you’re Black.”
He continued, “The film itself is what Jordan usually does: a commentary on something grand. It uses the horror genre as a way [examine] What are we all running away from, or what are we all so obsessed with, how does it define us, how does it bring us over the edge.”
No It is currently slated to hit theaters on July 22.
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