Twitter Reacts to Jordan Peele's 'Nope' With Initial Thoughts

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Jordan Peele's Nope has been the talk of the town in recent days, becoming one of the most highly anticipated films of the season.

The director's sci-fi take recently had its Los Angeles premiere, garnering immense praise with critics calling it his "most ambitious film" yet. The film, which just released today, sees Daniel Kaluuya star alongside Keke Palmer in this summer blockbuster. In a conversation with Variety, Peele discussed the film in length and the inspirations behind it,

"We tried to make a big summer blockbuster that you can enjoy whatever you want. You want to go in and just smoke a big blunt and talk with a friend about societal issues, you can do that. If you want to come and just relax and get away from it all and see Keke Palmer in the midst of a UFO, then that’s what we got for you."

The film sees Kaluuya reunite with Palmer as a pair of siblings who discover that an alien spaceship has hovered over their family's horse ranch. As the duo set out to capture the spaceship on camera, their mission takes a turn. Joining the two are Steven Yuen, Brandon Perea, Michael Wincott, Wrenn Schmidt and Keith David. Critics gave their thumbs up and congratulations to Peele as many of them called it "out of this world" and "thrilling." Other praises include calling the film a "resounding YES" and a spectacle that is "absolutely phenomenal."

Take a look at some of Twitter's reactions from critics. Nope is now out in theaters nationwide.

In other entertainment news, Brad Pitt's Bullet Train has announced IMAX release with a new trailer.