The "Us" director and Oscar winner is putting change where his clout is.
Jordan Peele discusses how he taps into fear to drive his storytelling in his films “Us” and “Get Out.”
He made his mark as the scene-stealing TSA agent in “Get Out,” and now Lil Rel Howery is starring in his own sitcom. He opened up about his biggest influences along his rise.
The filmmaker is breaking barriers with his directorial debut "Get Out."
The social thriller and box office hit is up for four awards.
The film is nominated in four Oscar categories.
She had a little help from Twitter as well.
"You know when you're on the phone trying to disguise the sound of an ugly cry?" Peele wrote on Twitter.
"Get Out" has the edge on this derby.
‘Veep,’ Greta Gerwig and Tiffany Haddish were a few of the major snubs from the list of 2018 Golden Globe nominees.
The two films won top prizes at the Gotham Awards. Last year, "Moonlight" did the same.
Including an Amazonian warrior, Sofia Coppola's latest and a haunted-house tale unlike any other.
Many of the gentrifiers look just like the people they’re pushing out.
What if Rose was hypnotized, too?
It's equal parts social thriller, horror and sci-fi, says Peele.