Universal and Monkey Paw Productions announced Him will make its theatrical debut on Sept. 19, 2025.

There is a new Jordan Peele movie on the horizon. But so far, Peele has only talked about his fourth film in cryptic soundbites.

“I do think they will get more answers on some of these things in the future. We’re not over telling all of these stories.” - filmmaker & comedian Jordan Peele discussing possibilities for "NOPE" with the New York Times


Meta joins forces with Jordan Peele for NOPE World: by Monkeypaw Productions, a Horizon Worlds VR experience based on the film, NOPE.


“I remember visiting Universal Studios when I was 12 years old and being mesmerized,” Peele said.


“I’ve always been attracted by the prospect of my favorite movie I haven’t seen before and what that could possibly be... And that to me is in the spirit of moviemaking.” - Jordan Peele talking about his third horror movie, "Nope," at CinemaCon 2022

Not much is known about Jordan Peele's highly-anticipated third film Nope, but a new teaser gives us a glimpse of what to expect from the movie. 


Nearly 30 years after the original Candyman film scared audiences, Jordan Peele’s follow-up to the 1992 thriller hits theaters on Friday, August 27. However, eager fans can summon the Cabrini Green boogeyman sooner and see the movie’s final trailer: all you have to do is visit the official Candyman movie website and say his name […]


After quitting acting in 2018, Peele's move to behind the camera and the ability to tell stories his way has definitely got him "feeling himself" again.