Nope movie features more than 90 minutes of bonus content on 4K UHD and Blu-ray

NOPE - Courtesy Universal Pictures
NOPE - Courtesy Universal Pictures /
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Jordan Peele’s Nope movie is finally coming home to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on Friday, October 25! Enjoy one of the best horror movies of the year at home, along with tons of fascinating behind-the-scenes extras, including a 56-minute documentary, deleted scenes, and a hilarious gag reel.

Nope was the summer blockbuster this year, and now the excellent sci-fi thriller is coming home for the first time as a collector’s edition that includes 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD, and a digital code. The spellbinding movie has more than 90 minutes of bonus content in total, featuring the aforementioned documentary.

Academy Award-winner Daniel Kaluuya stars alongside Emmy Award-winning actress Keke Palmer, Academy Award-nominee Steven Yeun, and The OA star Brandon Perea.

Nope Blu-ray Box Art – Cr: Universal
Nope Blu-ray Box Art – Cr: Universal /

Nope movie exclusive bonus features

Easily the coolest bonus feature on the home video release of Nope is the 56-minute documentary digging into the movie’s unanswered questions and the fascinating filmmaking process. Shadows: The Making of Nope is basically everything you could want in a detailed look at the film and how it was made.

I wish there was a feature commentary track with Peele and some of the actors in the film, but I’m grateful we got this documentary.

The doc won’t give you any detailed answers explaining the movie’s mysteries (which is a good thing, in my opinion), but it does provide an intimate journey into the production! If you love the movie and/or are a fan of Jordan Peele, this is a great “peek behind the curtain” to a master at work.

My other favorite bonus features are the gag reel because I always love a good gag reel, and this one has hilarious outtakes from just about everyone in the main cast, and the “Call Him Jean Jacket” featurette about the strange entity at the center of Nope. Filmmakers provide insight into how they came up with Jean Jacket’s concept and design.

Additional bonus features include five deleted scenes and “Mystery Man of Muybridge, a deep dive into The Horse in Motion by Eadweard Muybridge and how it relates to the larger themes at play in Nope.

All of the bonus features are available on the DVD except for the documentary. If you want access to the documentary, you will have to purchase the 4K UHD or Blu-ray version of the film.

Nope physical release: Video and audio

As expected, Nope looks incredible on 4K UHD and Blu-ray, although I always swing for 4K when it’s an option, especially for a movie like this one that is literally all about the spectacle.

The sharpness is crisp, and the colors are vibrant as the film switches seamlessly from an aspect ratio of 2.20:1 to the full IMAX experience. The film has Dolby Atmos for sound, while the bonus content features Dolby Digital 2.0. Subtitles and languages are available in English, French Canadian, and Latin American Spanish.

Nope releases on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD on Friday, Oct. 25. Pre-order your copy now.

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