Jordan Peele Reveals Prologue To Classic Fiction Sitcom From Nope

The “Gordy’s Home” credits sequence ends with a chimpanzee and Jupe sitcom character Mikey Houston delivering an exploding punch in front of a telescope heading up into the stars. Adult Jupe reveals to Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer’s protagonist siblings, O.J. and Emerald Haywood, in “Nope” that Gordy went insane on set, attacking his co-stars after a balloon takes him away. (One of them had her face slashed; she appeared later at the Jupiter’s Claim festival, as seen in the image from the trailer above.)

Not knowing what was better, the trained animal then attempted a hand punch with Jupe, only to be shot down right in front of the boy, leaving blood all over Jupe – and his sitcom. he. It’s a traumatic incident that goes about the subject of showbiz spectacle and its property damage, which can come in the form of the lives of both humans and animals, leaving them in ruin if not catastrophic. completely lost in the name of entertainment. To give it credit, “Nope” went the mo-cap route with Gordy, using “Planet of the Apes” veteran Terry Notary to bring the chimpanzee to life so he didn’t need to use an animal. living. It’s a good way to get the usual end-credits disclaimer, “No animals were harmed in the making of this film.”

Maybe they should also have one of those disclaimers for humans? “Nope” is showing in theaters.

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