In the late summer along the Australian coast, Bosch, a young father goes on the run for drug dealing with his surf gang. In tow is his son, Rockit, who believes he is on a magical holiday.
Follows Nancy Stokes, a 55 year-old widow who is yearning for some adventure, human connection and some sex, good sex.
Oscar® winner Jordan Peele disrupted and redefined modern horror with Get Out and then Us. Now, he reimagines the summer movie with a new pop nightmare: the expansive horror epic, Nope. The film reunites Peele with Oscar® winner Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), who is joined by Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Alice) and Oscar® nominee Steven Yeun (Minari, Okja) as residents in a lonely gulch of inland California who bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery. Nope, which co-stars Michael Wincott (Hitchcock, Westworld) and Brandon Perea (The OA, American Insurrection), is written and directed by Jordan Peele and is produced by Ian Cooper (Us, Candyman) and Jordan Peele for Monkeypaw Productions.
From the Academy Award® winning producers of Man on Wire and Searching For Sugar Man comes THE PRINCESS, a bold and immersive documentary on the life and death of Princess Diana. Though her story is well documented, THE PRINCESS draws exclusively upon contemporaneous archival footage, allowing the narrative to unfold as if it were in the present. THE PRINCESS offers an account of Diana’s story – and the public response to it – that feels at once both unmediated and intensely intimate and emotional. Princess Diana’s tragic death, caused in part by a high-speed pursuit by paparazzi, was a moment for reflection by both the public and the media machine it feeds. But after nearly 25 years since Princess Diana’s death, we continue to reflect on the ongoing scandals involving British royalty and wonder if anything has really changed after all these years?