A new viral website has popped up promoting Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror movie, No.
Peele took to Twitter to post a link to the Jupiterclaim.com website. The site seems to chronicle the setting which is an improvised western town of the same name as the site. On the website, you can explore the city by visiting the bank, a theater, the “blinking well”, the general store, the star lasso and the post office box. You can play games on the website, but every now and then the site gets dark and the captions change.
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) July 1, 2022
For example, on the page “good wink”, the initial caption reads:
“As above, so below here at Jupiter’s Claim’s “Winkin’ Well!” your handsome prospector lifestyle Don’t forget to wink at those flashes while you smile in the past.
But when the site goes dark, that caption becomes this:
“Look in the well. Look to the sky above. Whatever you want, it won’t change anything. It can’t be undone. It cannot be invisible. If you fear the darkness that awaits you, look into the well and pray that you will be spared.
Jupiter’s Claim has clues all around the website for fans to explore and come to their own conclusions.
What is Nope? While a trailer has already dropped, it shows aliens haunting the siblings played by Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer. There are cowboys and clouds with something killing shimmering, galloping horses, the sky and a reference to metal probes – whatever it is, they come back.
“You think whatever killed Pops is over there?” Palmer asks his brother as their ranch and home in the desert is rocked by sandstorms and… waterfalls. A UFO appears at the end of the trailer, possibly revealing what all the environmental issues are all about.
The film also stars Steven Yuen, Michael Wincott and Brandon Perea.