Jordan Peele’s sci-fi horror drama ‘Nope’ is all set to hit theaters, and the official theatrical release date of ‘Nope’ is 22 July 2022 in the USA. ‘Nope’ is directed, written, and co-produced by Jordan Peele and stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun. The ‘Nope’ was produced under the production banner of Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and is set to be distributed by Universal Pictures.
Is Nope on Amazon Prime?
Yes, Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ will be available on Amazon Prime in the USA after its theatrical release, but not for a streaming subscription, it will be available on Amazon Prime for a rental version at the price of $3.99 to $19.99. According to reports, ‘Nope’ will be available to rent on Amazon Prime within two months of theatrical release.
Talking about official streaming of the film for the subscription, then, according to reports, ‘Nope’ will be streaming on Universal’s Peacock within four months of its theatrical release.
There is no doubt ‘Nope’ has an immense buzz in the audience, especially because of Jordan Peele, and it’s obvious that apart from theatrical, OTT audience also showing their interest in this film, so overall, for Peacock users, it’s good news, and for Amazon Prime users, it’s average.
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