Ever since Get Out hit theaters, its been pretty much everywhere. From a parody putting the Trump family in the place of the Armitages, to director Jordan Peele revealing a very depressing alternate ending to the horror, people haven’t stopped talking about it. At this point, we all know that Get Out is a social […]
On last night’s Tonight Show, Jordan Peele came out sprinting, which, considering everything he’s got going these days, makes sense. Sure, he was recreating the so-called “Get Out Challenge,” where fans of his uniformly praised “social thriller” (as he terms it) recreate that scene from the movie. Show More Summary
Get Out released this week on Blu-ray & DVD and it’s a movie you must see if you haven’t already. Jordan Peele established himself as a innovative comedian alongside Keegan-Michael Key with their show Key & Peele and last year’s movie Keanu. Show More Summary
As the success of movies like Jordan Peele’s Get Out proves, the horror genre is still as vital as ever in 2017. The same can’t be said, however, of sports movies these days. While the ’90s was a golden age of relatively small scaleShow More Summary
While Jordan Peele has a career on the rise thanks to his directorial debut on the stellar thriller Get Out, his partner in comedy continues to build up his acting profile. Keegan-Michael Key has appeared in countless TV shows and lent...Show More Summary
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Jordan Peele’s directorial debut “Get Out” became a surprise critical and box-office sensation earlier this year thanks to its chilling look at racism through the guise of a horror movie. There are countless fascinating things aboutShow More Summary
The Get Out director has big news! A release date for his next film. Continue reading…
Whatever Jordan Peele devising for his Get Out follow-up will arrive March 15, 2019, according to The Hollywood Reporter. At this point, we really have no idea what this “social thriller” at Universal is going to be about. But THR does...Show More Summary
Mark March 15th, 2019 on your calendars. Read more...
The new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of May 23rd, 2017 include the R-rated comic book adaptation "Logan" featuring Hugh Jackman in his last outing as Wolverine, Jordan Peele's... For more, visit our blog !
Universal has set Jordan Peele's Untitled Social Thriller for 2019.
It's going to take a while for us to get a gander at Jordan Peele's follow-up to GET OUT. Universal Pictures (which earlier today gave a release date to BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN) has dated Peele's untitled sophomore feature for March 15, 2019. Show More Summary
Universal Pictures announced today that they will release Jordan Peele‘s “original and provocative” thriller in theaters on March 15, 2019, just a week before Warner Bros. Godzilla sequel. Peele’s next social thriller will have a budget that’s about five times bigger than the $5 million budget he had to work with on Get Out. Earlier today […]
Universal has RSVP’ed Friday March 15, 2019 for Jordan Peele’s next movie. This is the untitled social thriller that was referred to in news of his first look deal with the studio with his Monkeypaw Productions banner. Peele will write, direct and produce his next movie off of an original idea. Show More Summary
In honor of the May 23, 2017 Blu-Ray/home video release of the brilliant Jordan Peele film Get Out, Mondo will be offering limited editions of two original posters by talented artists Jay Shaw and Francesco Francavilla that brilliantly touch upon the themes of the film. Show More Summary
"I'm obsessed with giving the audience something they don't see coming," Jordan Peele says of the ambition of his breakout feature directorial debut, Get Out. That declaration certainly encompasses Peele's emergence as a sought-after...Show More Summary
Jordan Peele definitely brought out the urban social scares. Peele became the first African-American writer/director to cross the $100 million mark at the box office with his debut of Get Out. This breakout hit is rooted with modern day topics, captivating audiences with thrilling conflicts and danger at every turn. Show More Summary
Casting Allison Williams as Rose in “Get Out” was a perfect choice. As Jordan Peele’s smash hit film debuted near the end of January, Williams was just closing the chapter on her most famous character, Marnie from “Girls.” Although that character had many endearing qualities, Rose and Marnie have certain... Show More Summary
In this edition of TV Bits: Get Out director Jordan Peele is making an HBO show with J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions AMC’s Preacher gets an explosive new season 2 trailer The Young Pope gets a second season and a new name ABC heads...Show More Summary