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Does Jordan Peele’s Nope have an end-credit scene?

**Warning – Spoilers ahead for Nope** Marvel Studios has set the standard for end-credit scenes, to the point where viewers expect to see one after…

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**Warning – Spoilers ahead for Nope**

Marvel Studios has set the standard for end-credit scenes, to the point where viewers expect to see one after every film.

We confirm if Jordan Peele’s Nope has an end-credit scene and see what early reviews of the director’s third movie are saying.

Written and directed by Jordan Peele, the science fiction horror comedy Nope stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun, following residents of a remote town who witness strange happenings occurring in the sky that may be related to extraterrestrials.

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Does Nope have an end-credit scene?

Nope! Jordan Peele’s feature does not have an end-credit scene relating to the film’s narrative.

However, there is an advertisement during the credits for Universal Studios Hollywood attraction Jupiter’s Claim.

Nope follows the pattern of Peele’s previous films Get Out and Us, as both features do not carry end-credit scenes either.

Don’t stick around for the end credit scene for Nope. Literally just an ad for Universal lmao— Zaddy (@zacksonville17) July 22, 2022

What is Universal Studios’ Jupiter’s Claim?

Universal Studios’ Jupiter’s Claim attraction is a recreation of the fictional theme park used in Jordan Peele’s Nope.

The theme park set was actually used for filming by the cast and crew before being rebuilt at Universal Studios to make an attraction out of it.

Scheduled to open on July 22, 2022 – the same day Nope releases in the US – visitors will be able to travel around the Gold Rush town on an hour-long tram ride, featuring complete backlot sets from the film with the theme park atmosphere.

A general view of the Jupiter’s Claim set during the media preview on the Studio Tour at Universal Studios, in Universal City, California, on July 19, 2022. – “Nope,” Jordan Peele’s latest withering horror-satire about our modern obsession with attention and spectacle, lands in movie theaters — and at a fittingly Instagram-friendly Los Angeles theme park attraction — this Friday.
The Oscar-winning writer-director — who is widely credited with elevating and revitalizing the horror genre with “Get Out” and “Us” — re-teams with Daniel Kaluuya, who plays OJ, a horse trainer spooked by otherworldly phenomena in the skies above his California ranch. (Photo by VALERIE MACON / AFP) (Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images)

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Early reactions to Nope

Nope has attracted a lot of positive attention from early screenings, with many crowning the movie as Jordan Peele’s best movie yet.

Many early reviews are also praising Keke Palmer’s performance in the feature, and some fans are getting the actor’s award campaign started.

“Nope” reviews are positive and praising keke palmer…award campaign officially started pic.twitter.com/3XefkYCcsa— Nicolas is in renaissance (@niggaolas) July 19, 2022

NOPE is easily Jordan Peele’s best movie. He brings a confidence to his pacing, his character work and his humor while losing none of the ambition or weirdness of Us. It’s unfair to even compare them as Peele is working with a different sub-genre of horror here. Masterclass. pic.twitter.com/kTb2DuknRQ— Trevor Henderson (@slimyswampghost) July 21, 2022

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Nope is now showing in theaters in the US and will release on Friday, August 12, 2022, in the UK.
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