Jordan Peele’s Critically Acclaimed Horror Film Nope will arrive on DVD and Blu-ray later this year.

The summer blockbuster will land on home video, with several options available. At Zavvi, three of the DVD and Blu-ray options are actually priced down during the pre-order period.

A standard DVD has been reduced by £10 to £9.99 while £12 has been dropped from Blu-ray by Nope – up to £14.99 for now.

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There’s also a 4K Ultra Blu-ray available for £24.99, with £10 off the price. The Steelbook 4K is also available to pre-order, for £29.99.

The 4K Steelbook features original packaging and artwork specifically for this release, plus includes a copy of the Blu-ray version of the film.

Special features for the various home video options will be announced by Universal Pictures once the official release date is announced.

Jordan Peele’s sci-fi horror mashup recently passed the $100 million mark at the worldwide box office, amid overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and fans.

no, steven yeun, daniel kaluuya, jordan peele, keke palmer and brandon perea

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The film reunites Peele with get out‘s Daniel Kaluuya when a strange UFO begins to appear over a remote ranch. The film also features Scream Queens‘Keke Palmer and The Walking DeadThis is Steven Yeun.

As always with Jordan Peele, the film sparked a lot of debate – right down to the title Nope. Some think it’s an acronym (“Not of Planet Earth” or even “Not Our Planet Earth”), but Peele insisted the title described the feeling he wanted to evoke in viewers.

Nope is now out in theaters.