Before the movie left the theater, discontinue the limited edition “Nope” in 4K Ultra HD.
Universal offers another out of this world gift for fans of the Oscar-winning director Jordan BellThe third feature film, no, to add to their collection. After only its fourth weekend in theaters, an exclusive, limited-edition hard book of the groundbreaking sci-fi thriller starring the Academy Award winner has been released Daniel Kaluuya And the Kiki PalmerNow available for pre-order in Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray, only from Best Buy.
no It is an original screenplay written and directed by Peele and featuring brother and sister duo Otis “OJ” (Kaluuya) and Emerald Haywood (Palmer). After the unusual and sudden death of their father, OJ and Emerald find themselves on the property of their family’s horse farm, which just so happens to be home to an evil being in other words. In an effort to capture video evidence – the “oprah shot” that will blow all other UFO videos out of the water – they teamed up with local employee Fry’s Angel (Brandon Perea) and enlist the help of world-famous cinematographer Antlers Holst (Michael Wincott). Their attempts to document this massive spectacle may be more than bargaining for the siblings.
Audiences are proving we’re thirsty for a cinema comeback in 2022, and directors have come out swinging with IMAX-sized productions to continue attracting viewers for more. Peele used both scope and greater suspense in his third film, teetering on the edge of sci-fi and horror to draw summer crowds. In the midst of Paramount’s epic year, Universal is dominating as the first studio to cross $3 billion this year, encouraging fans to not just watch the movie, but watch it again.
The extraterrestrial movie deserves a second watch to soak up the great sweeping shots and digest the multi-layered storytelling, and soon it can all be seen from our homes. Limited Edition Steelbook Edition from no It comes complete with both Blu-ray and Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD, delivered in 2160p with Dolby Vision and HDR10+, for the quality close to IMAX screens we hope from our own sofas. While additional special features are not yet known, the steelbook version of no It features exclusive artwork on the front and back covers, as well as the internal spread and 4K disc. for dual disc set, no The retail price is $34.99.
Fans can pre-order a limited edition SteelBook exclusively from best buy. as such no It is currently still in theaters, and a ship’s release date is not available at this time.