Jordan Peele isn’t saying “Nope” to a sequel of the sci-fi thriller.

The director, 43, addressed fan theories concerning the mysterious character listed as “Nobody” on IMDb in an interview with the New York Times, hinting there could be a sequel on its method.

“The story of that character has but to be advised, I can let you know that. Which is one other irritating method of saying, I’m glad persons are paying consideration,” Peele mentioned. 

“I do assume they’ll get extra solutions on some of these issues sooner or later. We’re not over telling all of these tales,” he continued.

“Nobody” is performed by Michael Busch, and whereas the character didn’t make the film, he may be seen within the trailer.

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Jordan Peele hints at a doable sequel to “Nope.”
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Fans didn’t let the uncredited character go unnoticed and sparked lots of on-line debate about what it may probably imply.

“People are doing lots of fascinating detective work, is what’s happening,” the actor and director mentioned of the followers’ speculations of the puzzling character.

Peele, who is understood for movies “Get Out” and “Us,” refuses to be named “the best horror director of all time” together with his three characteristic movies, regardless of being labeled as such by many.

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Keke Palmer in “Nope.”
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“Nope” stars Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer as siblings who attempt to seize footage of a UFO circling their household ranch.

The movie — which opened in July — earned $44 million at the field workplace throughout its opening weekend, the very best for an unique movie since Peele’s “Us” in 2019, in line with Box Office Mojo.

It has made greater than $115 million since its opening.

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