Jordan Peele, James Ivory, and Allison Janney all took home Oscars from their night at the 90th Annual Academy Awards—unfortunately, though, not the Jet Ski. Here is your complete list of winners.
This is a public service announcement if you’re a human being who has yet to see Get Out for some far-out reason. The movie was released in February 2017, which was a good year to see it.
Get Out, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut about race relations and the dangers of white women who drink milk, is many things: scathing commentary on interracial dating; a horror satire; occasionally funny. But is it funny enough to be a “comedy”?
Everything in the world has seemed more terrifying in the past few hundred days, so of course it makes sense that 2017 would be the highest grossing year in the history of horror films.
On Tuesday, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman announced in a statement that she is leaving her husband, citing “unforgivable actions,” and she absolutely means it. Weinstein and Chapman married in 2007 after dating for three years and have two children together.
Following up a little movie you’ve never heard of called Get Out, Jordan Peele is working on another horror project dealing with race and it’s an HBO anthology series set in the 1950s.
Since its February release, Jordan Peele’s social thriller Get Out has stuck in our minds in many ways. It’s inspired memes, deep-dive essays and communal jokes about Ben Carson being trapped in The Sunken Place. It’s also still breaking records. Besides being the highest grossing feature debut for an original…
Jordan Peele’s thriller Get Out passed the $100 million box office mark in mid-March, but it was just getting started.
The critically acclaimed horror film Get Out by Jordan Peele is also doing incredibly at the box office. This past weekend it crossed the $100 million mark, which is a pretty big deal.
Plenty of people fear the dark. But there’s a particular anxiety felt among white people walking alone in the dark in black neighborhoods. Get Out opens with a similar sense of dread, but from a black man’s perspective. The character, Andre (Atlanta’s Lakeith Stanfield), is lost in the suburbs at night. He’s aware…
Horror film Get Out, the directorial debut of Jordan Peele, premiered at Sundance Monday night to a packed crowd. Following the screening, Peele told the audience that the story, which follows a black man’s trip to visit his white girlfriend’s parents and the terrifying Stepford Wives-esque twists that follow, was…
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