We’ve known Jordan Peele has more tricks up his sleeve for a while now; the Academy Award-winning screenwriter has told fans he’s got a series of socially-themed horror movies in the works. We now know some specifics about what will be Get Out’s follow-up, Peele’s sophomore feature film. We don’t just have a title, poster, and casting new, we have a release date!
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Us will arrive in US Theaters on March 15, 2019, via Universal. THR Got the exclusive:
Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, and Elisabeth Moss are circling to star in Jordan Peele’s latest movie project, the newly titled Us, for Universal.
Details are being kept deep in suburbia, but the pic is said to center on two couples, one white, one black. If a deal is made, Duke and Nyong’o would play one couple, while Moss would play part of the other couple.
Though not capitalized, it seems pretty obvious Us is both a pronoun and a reference to the U.S.
You better believe we’ll be keeping our ears to the ground in order to bring you all Us related news as details emerge. Stay tuned!
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