In just three movies, Jordan Peele has cemented his place as one of the greatest directors of the 21st century.
In a timely fashion, Jordan Peele has brought much-needed clarity to the ranch and film industry, and with it, a lot of conversation. His capacity to tell horror stories that serve as eye-openers on the topics of race and capitalism shines a strong light on the rightful players that took part in the birth of film, and calls out the need to take responsibility for what you stand for.
In a response to some decent investigation work by his fans, Jordan Peele has praised viewers for their Sherlock holmes-style detective work on his recent film, Nope.
Nope is a sci-fi horror that follows two siblings – Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmernto – who run a Californian ranch that raises and trains horses for film and TV work. During the film, the pair discover a strange UAP (unidentified aerial phenomenon) hovering in the sky above their property.
Following the release of the film, fans took to obsessing over the IMDB cast list, and duly noted that a character listed under the name “Nobody,” played by Michael Busch, didn’t actually appear in the film. He did, however (thank you, Holmes), make it into the trailer.
Peele has now hinted that this particular character is likely to be involved in an eventual follow-up: “People are doing a lot of interesting detective work. The story of that character has yet to be told, I can tell you that. Which is another frustrating way of saying, I’m glad people are paying attention. I do think they will get more answers on some of these things in the future. We’re not over telling all of these stories.”
Peele added more fuel to the speculation of a sequel by adding, “There’s certainly a lot to talk about left.”
don’t nobody let jordan peele think we forgot about the three hour cut of nope. we still gon need that
— paul (@paulswhtn) August 28, 2022