Nope proved to be just as much of a conversation starter as Jordan Peele get out and Weand now you can get involved at home.

The sci-fi horror film centers on two siblings (Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer) who, after their father dies in a freak accident, discover something sinister and potentially otherworldly in the sky above their ranch.

Nope received an exclusive theatrical release in the US in July and a few weeks later in August in the UK, but it has finally started to be available to watch online at home.

If you’re wondering how you can catch up (or review), we’re here to help.

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How to watch Nope in the UK

We have bad news for you in the UK because Nope has not yet been made available to rent or buy from home.

The only place you can see the movie right now is in theaters and it might not be available elsewhere until late September. Assuming the film has an exclusive 45-day theatrical window, it will be available for rental around the end of September.

Recent universal releases Jurassic World: Dominion and Minions: The Rise of Gru were made available for rental via premium video on demand 46 days after their theatrical release. A similar timeline puts Nopeis the rental of the house on monday september 26.

We’re only speculating for now, so watch this space and we’ll update when we know more.

You can also pre-order Nope on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD, but there is no confirmed release date for the home release yet. Zavvi also has an exclusive Steelbook version available for pre-order for £29.99.

How to watch Nope in the US

We have good news if you are in the United States as Nope is available for digital rental now.

You can rent the film for $19.99 from Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, and other participating digital retailers. You’ll have 30 days to start watching and 48 hours to finish watching once you start.

It’s not yet available for purchase, but you can pre-order it on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD.