Jordan Peele is reviving Rod Serling’s iconic series The Twilight Zone, in more ways than one.
One of horror’s most underrated franchises may be coming back thanks to one of the genre’s most exciting new voices.
Rod Serling became a cultural icon, both in front of and behind the television screen, as the creator and presenter of The Twilight Zone. Now, Jordan Peele is reviving the series for a new generation but appears reluctant to take on Serling’s onscreen narrator role. We’re here to say: Do it!
But he added that the director and writer is mulling the idea over.
Get Out, one of the best films of last year (and absolutely one of our favorites), has another award to add to its long list: a Nebula.
We don’t know what it’s about—but Jordan Peele’s follow-up to his Oscar-winning debut, Get Out, now has a title and a rumored cast.
As our descent into national madness continues, some have been sounding warning bells about a possible “fake news apocalypse”—the idea that technology is making it easier than ever to generate disinformation and propaganda and quickly disseminate it to legions of people online, with little checks on the process.…
Both Get Out and The Shape of Water are great films about outsiders, made by people from non-white backgrounds. But, Get Out is a lot less comforting, which is probably why it didn’t win Best Picture last night.
If you missed Jordan Peele’s Get Out in theaters last year, you’re going to get one more chance next week.
Get Out is back in theaters thanks to its Academy Award nominations, but writer-director Jordan Peele is continuing to look toward the future. He recently discussed the possibility of a sequel.
One-time actor and current director Jordan Peele recently announced that he was quitting on-camera work to focus entirely on his direction and writing. Apparently, that had something to do with the poop emoji.
“I love this theory,” Jordan Peele says. “It is completely false.”
You are about to enter another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Sunken Place.
It was clear that after Get Out made a cool $162 million in America alone, writer-director Jordan Peele was going to go on and make more fantastic (and hopefully horrifying) things. After a couple of months of speculation, we now know what his next project’s going to be.
Get Out has beaten a nearly 20-year record, becoming the highest-grossing debut for a writer-director, based on an original screenplay.
The most effective horror movies offer a balanced mixture of gore, frights, and sly social commentary—and Get Out, a hit with both critics and audiences, does this better than most. But as director Jordan Peele explains, the movie’s crowd-pleasing ending wasn’t always what he had in mind for his film’s final act.
Living under racism as a black person makes one constantly ask themselves questions, chief amongst them “what are non-black people seeing when they look at me?” and its corollary “how much should I care about that shit, anyway?” Get Out dredges up the answers you already know in the goriest possible form.
Most of us know Jordan Peele as one half of the comedy team from Comedy Central’s Key & Peele. We expect to see him in crazy comedies like Keanu, which came out earlier this year. But next year, Peele steps behind the camera for a psychological thriller he both wrote and directed.
The announcement trailer for Storks has hit the web, and it’s a goofy one. The animated film stars Kelsey Grammer, Andy Samberg, Keegan-Michael Key, and Jordan Peele.