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“Get Out” Makes Jordan Peele Is The First Black Writer-Director To Land $100 Million Debut

“Get Out” Is One Of 2017’s Biggest Blockbusters And The Writer-Director Has Already Made History.

“Get Out,” is a psychological thriller about racism written and directed by Jordan Peele. The movie has already made history for Peele in box office sales making him the first black writer-director to break the coveted $100 million threshold with a feature debut. Peele says he has plans of releasing more “social thrillers” in upcoming years that combine horror with every day human experiences. “Get Out” follows going to a small town to visit his white girlfriend’s family for the first time. The trip turns out to be a puzzling and suspense-filled where the young man realizes that the white people who live in and visit the home don’t have the best intentions.

SOURCE: Lilly Workneh, www.huffingtonpost.com

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