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Us, Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out, once again sees characters threatened by a theft of their identity - but is it set in the same universe?
Blumhouse Productions founder Jason Blum is open to making Get Out 2, but not without the original film's writer and director, Jordan Peele.
Get Out director Jordan Peele jokes that Kanye West's recent return to Twitter served as inspiration for penning a sequel to the Oscar winner.
The 90th Oscars were a night to remember - here are the night's biggest surprises and upsets, from The Shape of Water to Baby Driver.
Jordan Peele's horror/thriller Get Out is far and away the most profitable movie among the nine Best Picture Oscar nominees in 2018.
Get Out director Jordan Peele reveals he will begin filming on his next movie, an 'Untitled Social Thriller,' later this year for Universal.
Jordan Peele and Universal Pictures are offering fans free tickets to special Presidents' Day screenings of Academy Award nominated film Get Out.
Get Out and Call Me by Your Name won the top film prizes awarded by the WGA, while Saturday Night Live and Better Call Saul won on the TV side.
Breakout director Jordan Peele reveals that an earlier draft of Get Out included a much longer opening scene involving Disneyland.
Jordan Peele says he will 'seriously consider' making a Get Out sequel, adding that he feels there's 'more story to tell' in that universe.
Guillermo del Toro praises the Oscars for recognizing horror movies like Get Out, as well as his own film The Shape of Water.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the full list of 2018 Oscar nominations. Find out which movies are nominated!
Get Out producer Sean McKittrick reveals he wanted writer-director Jordan Peele to play TSA Agent Rod in the film, but Peele pushed back.
Get Out writer-director Jordan Peele is getting out of the acting business, choosing instead to focus on his work behind the camera.
The 2018 DGA film nominations include Jordan Peele for Get Out, Greta Gerwig for Lady Bird, and Christopher Nolan for Dunkirk.
A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend's mysterious family estate.