Jordan Peele

Fans are busy trying to decode the meaning of the artwork for the new film.
“Get Out” provided a new template for horror, but now the genre seems poised to go beyond the usual metaphors around race.
The trailer for "Candyman," directed by Nia DaCosta, features an eerie version of the Destiny's Child hit "Say My Name."
The Jordan Peele-produced film is a "spiritual sequel" to the iconic 1992 slasher.
The widely acclaimed horror film received three total awards from the film organization.
"Tethered. The Johnsons do it again,” Tracee Ellis Ross wrote.
The writer-director behind horror hits "Us" and "Get Out" is being recognized for shining "a light on stories of important social relevance."
The Oscar winner agrees that swapping out "Memory" for “I Got 5 on It” gives the musical's trailer a chilling vibe.
The Academy Award winner was impressed with this dance routine that taps into the Jordan Peele horror hit.
Ava DuVernay called Singleton, who died Monday, "a giant among us." Jordan Peele said he was "a true inspiration."
“It’s cathartic. It’s noir. It’s frighteningly relevant," Peele said after "The Hunt" was greenlighted.
White nationalists and Fox News hosts join the president in Funny Or Die's spoof trailer.
The "Us" director and Oscar winner is putting change where his clout is.
The host of "The Late Late Show" stars in an eerie tribute to Jordan Peele's "Us."
Choreographer Madeline Hollander details what inspired the actors' evil physiques, including Pac-Man, "Death Becomes Her" and "The Exorcist."
The story of the real Hands Across America, homages to “The Shining” and “Jaws,” and the dark duality of Michael Jackson shape Jordan Peele’s twisted tale.
The film’s debut more than doubles what Peele’s “Get Out” hauled in during its opening two years ago.
The director's sartorial tributes to "The Shining" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" caught the eye of fans on Twitter.
Jordan Peele discusses how he taps into fear to drive his storytelling in his films “Us” and “Get Out.”
“I’m glad that I’m at a point where they will let me put this black family in a horror movie."