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The cast of Black Panther put on their running shoes to do their epic take on The Get Out Challenge. Not long after Get Out hit theaters at the end of February (rounding out Black History Month), it didn’t take long for the internet to take hold and create a meme. Thus was born the […]

The actor and comedian will be honored on March 30 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Samuel L. Jackson is speaking up on the recent trend of Black British actors taking on American roles. When discussing the movie Get Out on the radio station Hot 97, Jackson was critical of British actor, Daniel Kaluuya, for being cast as the lead of a film about American racism. Jackson elaborates: “There are a lot of […]

As has been the case with quite a few celebs recently (Octavia Spencer, Taraji P. Henson buying out theaters for Hidden Figures), fresh Grammy winner Chance the Rapper has gotten in on the action and rented out a movie theater on Sunday so folks could see Get Out, written and directed by Jordan Peele for free. […]

Meanwhile, the critically praised film raked in a whopping $30.5 million during its debut weekend.

Jordan Peele created a masterpiece in his directorial debut film, Get Out. The movie is a fresh take on modern racism. A beautiful white woman, Rose, brings home her black boyfriend, Chris, to find out the visit isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. The movie stars Allison Williams from Girls and Black Mirror’s Daniel […]

One half of the hilarious Key & Peele duo, Jordan Peele is behind the comedy thriller (yes, that’s a thing) Get Out, that follows the story of a young African-American man visitig his white girlfriend’s family estate and the evil twists and turns he experiences. Jordan talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the concept and if […]

https://www.facebook.com/hellobeautifulofficial/videos/10155144992973846/ The Jordan Peele directed film Get Out promises to be a psychological thriller as well as socially-conscious. What would you do if you were in an interracial relationship and were confronted by a policeman who unfairly demanded your Black mate’s ID? That’s what happens when Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) and Rose Armitage (Allison Williams) […]