Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ Hits $100 Million at Domestic Box Office

Jordan Peele’s latest nightmare, “Nope,” has crossed $100 million at the domestic box office, marking the director’s third feature film to achieve that benchmark.

After three weeks on the big screen, the film’s North American tally stands at $100.32 million.

“Nope” is starring Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer as siblings who discover something spooky hovering around their family’s ranch

"Nope" is one of the few original movies to cross the $100 million mark in pandemic times.

Universal Pictures shelled out $68 million to produce “Nope,” which is significantly more than the studio spent on “Get Out” and “Us”

Peele’s third feature is not quite profitable yet and will require a little more coinage than his past films to get out of the red.

Though “Nope” cemented an important box office milestone, it still has ways to go to match Peele’s zeitgeist-tapping debut

The R-rated “Nope” debuted in July to the tune of $41 million, securing the biggest opening weekend tally for an original film in the pandemic era.

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