Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ Crosses $80 Million at the Domestic Box Office

Jordan Peelelast two horror movies, go And We, both grossed $175 million domestically and $255 million worldwide by the end of their respective runs, a number unlikely to be the box office hit of Peele’s third film. Even then, No Nothing short of a win for an ‘R’ rated original horror, the film has now crossed $80 million domestically as of this weekend.

In the second week of release, No is raised $80,583,000 to date. The film grossed $18 million this past weekend, peaking at #2 on the back charts. DC League of Super-Pets,

Here’s a crazy stat. nopoE’s $44 million debut during the film’s opening weekend was the highest domestic opening for an original film since Jordan Peele. We Back in 2019!

No Peele’s most expensive film to date, reported to have cost $68 million to produce. That means it would have to shell out more box office dollars to break through, but the international numbers will undoubtedly help the cause. International statistics are not yet available, so we do not have any worldwide totals to share at this time.

Stay tuned for the numbers as we learn them.

In the film, “the secluded inhabitants of inland California witness a supernatural and chilling discovery.”

Daniel Kaluya ,go) reunites with Peele on the suspenseful film, which also stars Steven Yeun (“The Walking Dead,” mayhem) And Keke Palmer (“the Scream”). Michael Wincott ,Crow, Barbie Ferreira And Brandon Perea Star too.

Megan Navarro was a fan of the film, writing in her review that “Jordan Peele takes on the blockbusters of the summer with heightened spectacle and sharp subtext.”

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