NEW YORK (AP) – There’s little in contemporary movies quite like the arrival of a new Jordan Peele film.
They tend to descend ominously and mysteriously, a little like an unknown object from above that casts an expanding, darkening shadow the closer it comes.
“Nope,” the writer-director’s third film, is nearly here.
And after Peele’s “Get Out” and “Us,” the closely-kept-under-wraps “Nope” brings a new set of horrors and unsettling metaphors.
In an interview, Peele says his movie is “an answer to the way Hollywood began.”
“Nope” opens in theaters Friday.