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Jordan Peele Is Thinking About A Sequel To Get Out

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Jordan Peele could be on his way to an Oscar win, with physiological thriller Get Out.  The film earned over $250 million dollars at the box office and now Peele is considering a follow-up.

During The Hollywood Reporters’ sixth annual Nominees Night on Monday, Jordan Peele said he’s thinking about a sequel. “I can tell you I will definitely, seriously consider it. I love that universe and I feel like there is more story to tell. I don’t know what it is now, but there are some loose ends,” he said.

Get Out finally got some respect with the film being nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor, And Best Director.

Back in October Peele discussed some of the themes with his first blockbuster film.

“Being an African American, I have never seen my perspective in a horror film,” said Peele. “[Get Out] has my worst fears realized as a black man in this country — from the evil white girl who’s been lying to you to the lacrosse stick — those things are foreign to me.” 

“Black people would recognize that fear — it’s part of the black identity and the horror America,” he said. “There are things we are cognizant of because we have to be. For white audiences, they see how it is to be a black man in a suburban neighborhood at night.”

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The First Glass Trailer Is Officially Here

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Universal Pictures has released the first official trailer for Glass.

Glass is the long-awaited Unbreakable sequel, which also serves as a sequel to last year’s Split, finally arrives next year. Samuel L. Jackson is back as Mr. Glass, with James Mcavoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb, and Bruce Willis as David Dunn.

Split was a surprise hit for M. Night Shyamalan and fans of Unbreakable. The movie made $40 million on the opening weekend and did a more than respectable $276 million worldwide, off a $9 million budget. But the biggest twist was finding out it was in the same universe as Unbreakable.

Samuel L. Jackson spoke about his character and working with James McAvoy.

“All of a sudden, my character has the thing he wanted: the heroic good guy, the bad guy, and I get to be in the middle of them. It has a distinct satisfaction if you remember what his theory was all along, that there are people out here with extraordinary powers who can do extraordinary things. And it’s amazing to watch James [McAvoy] have an argument with four different characters in front of my face.”

Glass is set to hit theaters January 18, 2019.

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Rick Ross Is Ready To Drop Port Of Miami 2

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Rick Ross has been hard at work on his follow up to Rather You Than Me.

This time around Rozay has gone back to his roots with a sequel to his 2006 debut album Port of Miami. Ross announced his next lp would be Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, will take inspiration from the cities he’s visited as of late.

Using his Twitter account Ross elaborated on the concept for the album.

Port of Miami 2 will have sprinkles of flavor from all these dope countries/cities I’ve visited in last few months,” the rapper wrote. Now all we have to do is listen to his album—when it drops—and ask him a few questions about the places he’s visited over the last year or so. This should be fun.

Doing just a bit of cyber-sleuthing, we see that the rapper tweeted out an image of a few beautiful women on the beach. The message attached to the picture is a call to action that seemingly indicates the pic was taken in the Dominican Republic.

“Dominican Republic should be on your bucket list fuck the budget,” wrote Rozay in a tweet he posted just before his Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill update.

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Steve Carrel Stars As A Vet In The Inspiring Film Welcome to Marwen

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Dreamworks released the first trailer for Welcome to Marwen. The film stars Academy Award nominee Steve Carrell in the moving true story of one broken man’s fight as he discovers how artistic imagination can restore the human spirit.

The film is directed by Robert Zemeckis is based on a documentary, Marwencol, by Jeff Malmberg, which tells the story of Mark Hogancamp. Hogancamp loses his memories after being beaten almost to death, and as a form a therapy (because he can afford no other), he makes a replica of a tiny Belgian village and populates it with characters that represent him and those in his life — both loved ones, and his attackers.

Steve Carell plays Hogancamp in the Zemeckis film (which Zemeckis co-wrote with Caroline Thompson), and is joined by Leslie Mann, Merritt Wever, Eiza González, Gwendolyn Christie, Janelle Monáe, Leslie Zemeckis, Diane Kruger, and Neil Jackson. Welcome to Marwen opens in theaters on November 21st.

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