This interview contains spoilers. So if you haven't seen the film, you might want to skip this one.
"I would've had a problem," the Oscar winner told ESSENCE if Black audiences didn't see his new horror film first.
The second opus by the award-winning director premiered at the South by Southwest festival.
In his new horror film, out March 22, Jordan Peele wants fans to ask themselves, "What if the intruder is us?”
Fresh from his role as Black Manta in Warner Bros. blockbuster "Aquaman," Abdul-Mateen is set to terrify as the film's titular boogeyman.
The film is out in theaters March 22.
The director says that in his next film, "Us," he hopes to illuminate that "we are our own worst enemies."
The film features "Black Panther" stars Winston Duke and Lupita Nyong'o as a married whose family trip turns into a nightmare.
The film, set to debut in March 2019, sounds like it'll be a rollercoaster thriller.
Peele has tapped director Nia DaCosta for the film, out in 2020.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced last week that they would be creating a brand new Oscars category: Outstanding achievement in popular film. And although the decision […]