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Jordan Peele's Nope lands DVD, Blu-ray and Steelbooks

Digital Spy (UK) logo Digital Spy (UK) 15/08/2022 Justin Harp

Jordan Peele's critically-acclaimed horror movie Nope will be coming to DVD and Blu-ray later this year.

The summer blockbuster will be landing on home video, with multiple options available. Over at Zavvi, three of the DVD and Blu-ray options are actually reduced in price during the pre-order period.

A standard DVD has been marked down £10 to £9.99 while £12 has been knocked off the Blu-ray of Nope – down to £14.99 for now.

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There is also a 4K Ultra Blu-ray available for £24.99, with £10 off the price. The 4K Steelbook is also available on pre-order, for £29.99.

The 4K Steelbook features original packaging and artwork especially for this release, in addition to including a copy of the Blu-ray version of the film.

Special features for the various home video options will be announced by Universal Pictures once the official release date is announced.

Jordan Peele's blend of horror and science fiction recently crossed the $100 million-plus milestone at the global box office, amid very positive reviews from both critics and fans.

Nope: Steven Yeun, Daniel Kaluuya, Jordan Peele, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea © Rodin Eckenroth - Getty Images Nope: Steven Yeun, Daniel Kaluuya, Jordan Peele, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea

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The film reunites Peele with Get Out's Daniel Kaluuya when a strange UFO begins appearing over a remote ranch. The movie also stars Scream Queens' Keke Palmer and The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun.

As always with Jordan Peele, the film has parked plenty of debate – right down to the title Nope. Some feel it's an acronym ('Not of Planet Earth' or even 'Not Our Planet Earth') yet Peele has insisted the title describes the feeling he wanted to evoke from viewers.

Nope is out now in cinemas.


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