Entertainment Jordan Peele thought about starring in Get Out

13:20  14 february  2018
13:20  14 february  2018 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Jordan Peele would seriously consider a Get Out sequel

  Jordan Peele would seriously consider a Get Out sequel Jordan Peele has admitted he would "seriously consider" making a sequel to his hit directorial debut 'Get Out'.Jordan Peele would "seriously consider" making a sequel to 'Get Out'.

*Stirs Tea* Here’s What Jordan Peele ’s Wife Thought About ‘ Get Out ’. When a silly fan asked the 39-year-old “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star her take on Peele ’s horror/race flick/masterpiece… Just saw # getout and it was AMAZING but did make me wonder what @chelseaperetti family thought about it

Jordan Peele ’s directorial debut Get Out , a horror thriller based on race relations, continues to make waves as one of this year’s greatest box office hits. One twitter fan, like many of us, wondered how Peele ’s wife, comedian Chelsea Peretti, felt about her husband’s movie which stars a Black guy

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Jordan Peele was tempted to star in his directorial debut 'Get Out'.

The 38-year-old actor and filmmaker - whose debut has received numerous award nominations, including Best Picture at the Oscars - has admitted it "crossed" his mind to star in his film but said he "needed actors who were better" than him.

Asked about the possibility, he told Collider: "It crossed my mind, a couple of times, but no.

"I wanted to direct this and I needed actors who were better than me.

"I have to say, in working with the actors for the movie, I did feel like, in talking to them, I had become the character, as well, to an extent, so that I could access the emotion that I was asking them to access, in order to describe what I was looking for from the scene.

Jordan Peele teases future movie ideas

  Jordan Peele teases future movie ideas Jordan Peele plans on tackling other issues, aside from race, in his next movie and also has an as-yet-untitled social thriller lined up with Universal, slated for release in March 2019. Meanwhile, the 'Keanu' actor recently admitted he was tempted to star in 'Get Out'.Asked about the possibility, he said: "It crossed my mind, a couple of times, but no."I wanted to direct this and I needed actors who were better than me.

As we mentioned earlier, Get Out has received rave reviews across the board, including an A- CinemaScore rating, and is smart, funny, scary, sad, and thought Get Out , starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, and Catherine Keener and written and directed by Jordan Peele

Jordan Peele did not believe his hit film “ Get Out ” would be filmed. Harrison ford served as undercover adviser for ‘Solo: ‘a star wars story’. Peele spoke about the underlying themes of the movie which included slavery.

"It was a very emotional process, for that reason. I felt what the characters felt."

The film follows interracial couple Chris (Kaluuya) and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams), who have reached the meet-the-parents stage of dating.

She invites him for a weekend getaway with her parents and, at first, Chris reads the family's overly accommodating behaviour as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter's interracial relationship.

But during the weekend, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries and bizarre encounters with the family's white neighbours and friends lead him to a truth that he never could have imagined.

The film has been widely praised and Peele recently admitted he would consider making a sequel.

But the American star has since changed his mind.

He said: "I'm definitely open to it. I love the world of this movie.

"But to be honest, I would never do a sequel, if I didn't think it was going to beat the original."

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