It seems like Jordan Peele isn’t quite done with acting, at least if it only involves his voice.
From Taraji P. Henson’s shade to the ongoing ‘Moonlight’ jokes, here are our highlights from the 2018 Oscars.
Jordan Peele’s horror masterpiece is a game changer, whether it’s Best Picture or not. The social thriller has opened the door for other directors of color to be taken seriously in the horror genre. A
Jordan Peele loves the compliments for his film ‘Get Out,’ but says white people tell him way too often how many times they’ve seen it.
Jordan Peele told ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ that he is seriously considering making a sequel to ‘Get Out.’
Jordan Peele himself made a surprise visit to the class at UCLA last year.
Jordan Peele said he directing is more fun.
For a number of reasons, 2017 was a trying year. From a total shift in the White House to the continued national anthem protests to thousands of women speaking out about the sexual misconduct and harassment they've faced for years, we'd totally get if you kept your head under a rock for the year. If you did that, though, you totally missed out on the best movies, songs, TV shows, and memes of the year.
From the rise of Cardi B and HBO's dominance on TV to Jordan Peele's frighteningly accurate social commentary helping make 2017 the biggest year for horror at the box office ever, 2017 featured loads of amazing content, most of which helped us make it through the depressing batch of headlines and breaking news reports. Here's your look at the best of, well, everything from 2017.
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In a recent Twitter exchange, Jordan Peele made the argument that ‘Get Out’ could, in fact, be a Christmas film.
Peele took a moment to keep it a buck about Harvey Weinstein during a writer’s roundtable.