Director Jordan Peele, who, with the horror film Get Out, one of the largest verrassingshits of the past year, think seriously about a sequel. It reports the trade magazine The Hollywood Reporter.
The acclaimed film is about the black man in his twenties, Chris, Daniel Kaluuya, who for the first time, seeing the parents of his white girlfriend Rose, played by Allison Williams. Because her parents are not accustomed to liberties relationships, shows Chris in the best way. However, he continues to have the feeling that there is something wrong with the parents of Rose.
“I love that world and I have a feeling that there are more stories about these people to tell,” says Peele in an interview. “There are still enough loose ends that are brought together should be.” Making of Get Out lasted eight years, so the director would not want to rush. “I don’t want a sequel to the sequel. I want only to tell a story that the same urgency as the first part.”
The film received both in the U.S. and in the Netherlands, rave reviews for the way director Peele very clever horror and social satire knows how to mix. Get Out received four Oscarnominaties, for best film, director, screenplay and leading actor.