Get Out

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Jordan Peele On the Importance of Telling Many Kinds of Black Stories

The filmmaker told Rolling Stone: “I realized I had never seen a horror movie of this kind, where there’s an African-American family at the center that just is.”

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How Artists of Color Made Race Matter at the 90th Oscars


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'Get Out' Returns to Select Theaters For Free on Presidents' Day

Jordan Peele’s Oscar-nominated thriller will screen in celebration of the film’s release a year ago.

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'Get Out,' 'Strong Island' Earn 2018 Oscar Nominations

Here are the artists of color and race-focused films to follow at this year’s Academy Awards. 

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3 Nominees of Color Who Deserve Golden Globe Wins

Here’s hoping the Hollywood Foreign Press Association agrees. 

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2017 Favorite: 'Get Out'

The Colorlines team is sharing our favorite 2017 videos, books, hashtags, movies and more. Here, senior digital communications strategist  Chevon Drew explains why “Get Out” is her film of the year.

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'Mudbound,' 'The Big Sick' Casts Nab SAG Award Noms

And Morgan Freeman will receive the group’s Lifetime Achievement Award. 

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Issa Rae, 'Get Out' Grab Key 2018 Golden Globe Nominations

This year’s Golden Globe nominee pool includes several creators of color whose projects tackle racial identity.

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Jordan Peele and 'Get Out' Score 5 Spirit Award Nominations

Dee Rees, Amman Abbasi and other filmmakers of color also received nods from indie cinema organization Film Independent.

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Jordan Peele is Not Pleased With Golden Globes Calling 'Get Out' a Comedy

Peele: “What the movie is about is not funny.”

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These Performers of Color Cleaned Up at The First MTV Movie & TV Awards

Several of your favorite stars took home golden popcorn statues.

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'Get Out' Leads MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

Jordan Peele’s widely-acclaimed film earned six nominations, including ”Movie of the Year,” “Best Actor in a Movie” and something called “Best Fight Against the System.”

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WATCH: Funny or Die 'Casts' Trump Family and Friends in 'Get Out' Parody

The video features clips of Donald Trump, his family and surrogate Ben Carson spliced into the trailer for “Get Out.” We’ll let you decide if it’s scarier than the original.

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Why You Must See 'Get Out' in 7 Tweets

The Jordan Peele-directed film took over the top spot at the box office over the weekend.

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'Get Out' Makes Fictional Horror Out of Real Racism

Jordan Peele’s feature directorial debut, which he said was inspired by Obama-era myths of a “post-racial” society, depicts a Black man’s ill-fated visit with the parents of his White girlfriend.

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Black Man's Visit to White Suburb Turns Horrific in New 'Get Out' Trailer

Comedian Jordan Peele’s first foray into the horror genre follows a Black man’s eerie and terrifying visit to visit the parents of his White girlfriend.