Trailer For Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ Released Christmas Day
Last year Jordan Peele left us spellbound by his poignant and humorous horror flick Get Out. It was so good that the awards discussion was almost immediate. While he didn’t take home the gold for Best Picture, he didn’t exactly go home empty handed. This year he seeks to recreate the magic with a new movie called Us.
Little is known about the horror film but based on the trailer, it seems to be an interesting take on the common home invasion/slasher premise. The killers in this particular movie appear to be the family themselves. As for who, what and why, we’ll have to wait until March 19th, 2019 to get the full scoop. I’m there.
Us stars Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker. The movie is written, co-produced and directed by Jordan Peele. Jason Blum’s Blumhouse productions is also co-producing. See ya’ll in March.
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