Jordan Peele’s Us Will Premiere at SXSW
The first of Jordan Peele his sequel to Get Out  ] will hold its world premiere at this year's SXSW film festival. Peele's is quickly imposed as an unmissable voice of the modern horror community with Get Out . Now, all eyes are turning to his next film, which is another horror offering in the form of Us which seems to be a visual and horrific cinematic event. Those lucky enough to attend SXSW this year will have the chance to see it before everyone else.
Although the full programming of the film SXSW has not yet been unveiled, the festival kicked off the ball by revealing that Us will broadcast the program of its opening night on Friday, March 8th. The details of the screening, such as the time and location of the film, were not revealed at this time. Janet Pierson, director of the film for SXSW, said this in a statement on Jordan Peele's new film.
"We are crazy to excite to premiere the most anticipated film of 2019, from the creative power that has brought us Honestly, we could not imagine a more perfect film to launch the festival from the movie SXSW 2019. "
This bodes well for those attending SXSW this year and for horror fans. Last year, At Quiet Place also held its world premiere at the same festival and it went pretty well. Although no one doubted Jordan Peele's ability to offer his A game for his second-year director's efforts, this is an encouraging development. It also means that we only have to wait a few months before hearing the first reactions of Us .
The first trailer of Us debuted on Christmas Day and promises to be a visual feast for fans of all kinds. horror. The film sees a family on vacation with friends, to end up in a nightmare when they come up against violent versions of Doppelganger. As he did with Get Out Peele is both screenwriter and director and chose not to stand in front of the camera. Black Panther and Lupita Nyong & # 39; o and Winston Duke), as well as Joseph Shahadi Wright, Evan Alex, Elizabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker are also in the game.
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Get Out was a huge success, earning $ 255 million at the box office, working for a very little $ 4.5 million production budget. The film also earned Jordan Peele the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and was also nominated for Best Picture, eventually losing to Guillermo del Toro The Shape of Water . Will Us be able to capture the same level of success? We will know soon. The full schedule of the SXSW Film Festival is scheduled to be announced on January 16th, and the rest of the programming on February 6th. The SXSW Film Festival will be held in Austin, Texas from March 8-17.