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We Can Officially Blame The Emoji Movie for Jordan Peele’s Acting Retirement

As nice as he’s a serious auteur now! rolls off the tongue while discussing Jordan Peele’s reasons for his acting retirement, the truth, like the continued domination of emojis over the written word in our digital landscape, is a lot more sad. Because in the end, his final decision boiled ... More »
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