Hollywood Reacts to Georgia Abortion Law
Nearly $3 billion was spent in the state on television and film shoots last year. Now, producers are using that leverage to protest the restrictive law.
Jordan Peele Brings Trademark Boundary Breaking Vision to the 'Twilight Zone' Reboot
The classic TV series comes back to life, more intriguing and racially diverse than ever.
Lupita Nyong'o Leads 'Us' to Biggest Opening Weekend Ever for a Black Woman
Jordan Peele’s sophomore smash is breaking records and barriers.
Jordan Peele and Spike Lee Talk Black Film
The producer and director of “BlacKkKlansman” look beyond awards season to a bright future for Black screen artists.
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.”
WATCH: 'Horror Noire' Trailer Explores Portrayals of Blackness in Horror Cinema
The new documentary dives into the horror genre’s treatment of Black characters from “The Birth of a Nation” to the present.
What We Know About 'Us,' Jordan Peele's Next Horror Show
Peele and stars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke finally shared some of the film’s closely guarded details.
Five Must-Read Takes On 'BlacKkKlansman'
Check out what people have to say about Spike Lee’s film about the Black cop who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan.
Jordan Peele Announces Next Directorial Adventure, 'Us'
Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke are reportedly in talks to star in the “Get Out” creator’s upcoming horror film.
Spike Lee and Jordan Peele's 'BlacKkKlansman' Competes for Top Prize at Cannes Film Festival
The adaptation of Ron Stallworth’s story about his infiltration of a Colorado Ku Klux Klan chapter arrives in theaters in August.
How Artists of Color Made Race Matter at the 90th Oscars
4 Can't-Miss Quotes From a Roundtable of Every African American Ever Nominated for a Best Director Oscar
Barry Jenkins, John Singleton, Lee Daniels and Jordan Peele sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for a discussion about past and present realities for Black American filmmakers.
'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.
'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.
Jordan Peele Scores Writers Guild Awards Nod for 'Get Out'
The entertainment union also recognized the minds behind “The Big Sick,” “The Shape of Water” and “Mudbound” with 2018 nominations.
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.
Jordan Peele is Not Pleased With Golden Globes Calling 'Get Out' a Comedy
Peele: “What the movie is about is not funny.”
Jordan Peele Developing Nazi Hunter Series, 'The Hunt'
The fictional drama is inspired by real investigators who tracked down former Nazis secretly living in 1970s America.
Spike Lee and Jordan Peele Join Forces to Adapt KKK Infiltration Memoir, 'Black Klansman'
John David Washington will star in the thriller as Ron Stallsworth, a Black detective who successfully joined a local Ku Klux Klan chapter as part of an undercover sting operation.
Jordan Peele and Misha Green Adapt Horror-Fantasy 'Lovecraft Country' for HBO
The “Get Out” director and “Underground” creator received a straight-to-series order for the adaptation of Matt Ruff’s novel about a Black veteran traveling through 1950s America.