How to watch Nope

 Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Brandon Perea in Nope
Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Brandon Perea in Nope

With Get Out, Jordan Peele established himself as an exciting director whose movies are going to demand audiences’ attention. Such is the case with Nope, the third movie from Peele and one of the most anticipated summer blockbusters of 2022.

Ever since its trailer debuted during the Super Bowl, movie fans have been waiting to see just what Peele has up his sleeve to shock and entertain us. Well the wait is over, as Nope is here for your viewing pleasure. But where can you watch Nope right now?

Get all the details on how to watch Nope, like whether or not it is streaming, directly below.

How to watch Nope in the movie theaters

Nope is a big screen experience, with many portions of the movie shot in IMAX, so a trip to the movie theaters is always a good choice to see it how director Jordan Peele intended. The good news is Nope is still playing in movie theaters.

To find out where and when Nope is playing near you, check out your favorite local movie theater’s website or use a site like Fandango, which allows you to search for where a specific movie is playing throughout your area.

If you’re a fan of going to the movies but the price can make it difficult, you’re definitely going to want to look into movie theater subscription/membership deals. Offered by many theater chains in the US and UK, these special deals give moviegoers either discounted, free or a set number of movie tickets (for a flat monthly rate) each month, as well as deals on concessions and more.

Is Nope streaming?

Streaming? Nope. On digital? Yes (at least for US audiences).

As of Friday, August 26, Nope lands on digital on-demand services, like Prime Video, Apple, Google Play and more for both rental and purchase; prices vary. A special collector's edition of Nope is available on digital starting September 20.

On the streaming front, Nope, as a Universal Pictures movie, is going to be available to stream on Peacock first, available exclusively to Peacock Premium subscribers. Peacock announced this partnership with Universal in 2021 and that it covers all Universal, Focus Features, Illumination and DreamWorks Animation movies. However, the timing of when Nope is going to launch on Peacock is still up in the air.

We'll update this page as Nope streaming news becomes available.

Nope on Blu-ray/DVD

Nope's 4K/Blu-ray/DVD release is set for October 25. The physical copy of Jordan Peele's latest movie is going to include a number of exclusive bonus features, including:

  • SHADOWS: THE MAKING OF NOPE: unpack the meaning of NOPE with Jordan Peele. Secrets are revealed with this 56-minute immersion exploring the film’s unanswered questions, taking you on an intimate journey inside every aspect of production and offering a detailed look at Peele’s revolutionary filmmaking process.

  • DELETED SCENES: watch five unreleased scenes from NOPE

  • GAG REEL: a highlight reel of bloopers and outtakes featuring main cast

  • CALL HIM JEAN JACKET: the object of the Haywood siblings’ fascination is an entity known only as “Jean Jacket.” Filmmakers provide insights into the conception, design, and execution of this mysterious organism.

  • MYSTERY MAN OF MUYBRIDGE: a deep dive into THE HORSE IN MOTION by Eadweard Muybridge, its relationship to the Haywoods, and how it relates to the larger themes in NOPE.

Shadows: The Making of Nope is not going to be included as part of the Nope DVD, only on Blu-ray and 4K copies.

What else you need to know about Nope

As of July 21, Nope has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 81% "Fresh." What to Watch’s Nope review called the movie an ambitious and solidly entertaining third entry from director Jordan Peele.

The Nope cast is headlined by a Get Out reunion, as Oscar-winner Daniel Kaluuya is back working with Peele. He's joined by Keke Palmer, Steve Yeun and Brandon Perea.

Watch the trailer for Nope directly below.