Jordan Peele’s much-awaited new film No A viral website promoting the film’s setting has gone live, set to arrive in a matter of weeks and kick-start the promotion of the new film. Oscar-winning writer/director reveals website for fans online by tweeting a link to jupyter claim.com, Based on what we can glean from the website, Academy Award-nominated actor Steven Yeun plays Ricky “Jupe” Park, a former child actor who appears in a series of films called “Kid Sheriff”. appeared, and who now exploits his former fame in running this amusement park.
Many other clues about the location, the geography at large, and some of its contents are also present at the site, but this naturally has a creepy twist. After a few seconds the bright and sunny scene of Jupiter’s claim turns deep blue, reflecting the film’s poster and teasing the arrival of the seemingly supernatural beings at the center of the new film. Plus you can find some cosmic reactions to the theme park in the form of tweets from visitors. Check out the website for yourself and take a look around. Oh yes, there is also a hidden contest on the site.
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) 1 July 2022
If at the bottom of the website there is a link to a page that reads “Official Terms”, clicking on it says that entering your name and email in the “General Store” section will automatically take you to the weekly drawing, Which- World Award. As per the rules, seven prizes will be awarded including “a plush alien doll, a T-shirt, or pin” including claim themed merchandise from Jupiter. So go ahead and try and grab some!
Jordan Peele’s No Stars Oscar winner Daniil Kaluuya (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), Keke Palmer (hustler, Alice) and Oscar nominee Steven Yeun (minari, okja) as secluded residents of inland California who witness a supernatural and chilling discovery. The film co-stars Michael Wincott (Hitchcock, Westworld), Brandon Perea (The OA, American Insurrection), written and directed by Jordan Peele and produced by Ian Cooper (US, Candyman) and Jordan Peele for Monkeypaw Productions.
Described by the studio as a “new pop nightmare” and an “elaborate horror epic,” the film will hit theaters on July 22.
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