Mixing Horror, Comedy, and Interracial Relationships In ‘Get Out’ Interview

Mixing Horror, Comedy, and Interracial Relationships In ‘Get Out’ Interview

 

Jordan Peele had people laughing their asses off in his comedy central show Key & Peele. Now the shows over, and it’s time to branch out from his brother in comedy Keegan-Michael Key. Jordan turned his talents to directing in his newest film ‘Get Out’.

The film follows Chris (Kaluuya), an African-American man, is going out with a white girl named Rose (Williams). The two have been dating for 5 months, things are going well, so it’s time for Chris to go meet Rose’s parents. Rose doesn’t think anything of it, but Chris has his doubts. The two go and find that things aren’t normal in this town, and plenty of young black men have disappeared.

‘Get Out’ is kind of a horror, kind of a Comedy, but also a social commentary on today’s world. In the above interview, Bradley Whitford talks about how this film is different than a normal horror film, Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams discuss the issue the film talks about, Peele’s hard working paying off,  as well as why they want to see the movie with people, and Director Jordan Peele tells us why he chose to do a horror film and how this is a film for people to have fun with.

 

Get Out releases Friday, February 24, 2017.

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