Jordan Peele’s Upcoming Horror Film Hit with A Major Delay

Jordan Peele

February 21, 2024

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Fans of Jordan Peele‘s mind-bending narratives will have to wait a little longer for his next cinematic offering. Initially slated for a Christmas 2024 release, the untitled film from Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions has been pushed back to 2025.

From Holiday Delight to 2025 Mystery:

While the original Christmas release hinted at a potential thematic direction, details about the film remain shrouded in secrecy, mirroring Peele’s approach to previous projects like Us and Nope. Though the delay might indicate a full-year pushback, the exact date window within 2025 is yet to be revealed.

A Legacy of Genre-Bending Success:

With just three directorial outings under his belt, Jordan Peele has established himself as a master of horror and social commentary. From the chilling body-swapping of Get Out to the doppelganger-filled nightmares of Us and the extraterrestrial encounters in Nope, he has consistently tackled unique concepts through his singular filmmaking vision.

Beyond the Director’s Chair:

Beyond directing, Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions is actively developing other projects. These include the sports thriller GOAT and the bizarre superhero story Monkey Man. Peele is also venturing into the gaming world with his collaboration with Hideo Kojima on the upcoming horror title OD.

Worth the Wait:

While fans may have to wait another year to experience Jordan Peele‘s next mysterious movie, the delay shouldn’t dampen their excitement. His track record of delivering chilling, thought-provoking, genre-bending narratives ensures that his next cinematic offering will be highly anticipated. With several other projects on the horizon, Peele promises to keep audiences engaged and guessing.

If you are looking to rewatch or watch some of Jordan Peele‘s previous films, here’s where you can find them.

Get Out: Prime Video, Apple TV

Us: Prime Video, Apple TV

Nope: Peacock, Prime Video, Apple TV

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