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Won the Academy award for film about racism. Now making a monster movie

We are our own worst enemies, " says director Jordan Peele for The Hollywood Reporter.

yesterday he wouldnít have the trailer for his new horror movie, the "Us".

until 2017, Jordan Peele best known as half of the humorduoen Key & Peele. In the program with the same name harselerte he with popular culture and stereotypes with comedian Keegan-Michael Key. In 2016 came actionkomedien "Keanu", about two buddies who infiltrates a narkokartell to rescue a cat named after Keanu Reeves.

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Then came last year's "Get Out". On the surface, the film is about the african-american photographer Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), who's nervous to meet the blendahvite the family of his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) for the first time.

Chris' concerns are soon confirmed, when a lot of racist attitudes come to expression in the small stings and displaced subordinate clauses (so-called "mikroaggresjoner").

Soon it turns out, however, that a far less subtle danger lurking just below the surface.

Political horror

the Film was praised by critics, both as a film and as a satire of racism many faces in the modern united STATES. Peele won the Oscar for best originalmanus, and the film was also nominated in the categories "Best film", "Best male actor" and "Best director".

In contrast to "Get Out", is the "Us" in a more classic skrekkfilmlandskap. The plot is simple: Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke (both known from the "Black Panther") play the two parents who take their children on summer vacation.

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But as often in horror movies, is not your holiday exactly to plan. The family is soon terrorized by a masked group of people, which eventually turns out to be their own dobbeltgjengere. This reports The Huffington Post.

More monsters, less politics

- In the second movie my I would create a mythology about monsters. I wanted to do something with the legs planted in the classic skrekkfilmsjangeren, but still with an element of the bizarre and funny, " says Peele to Entertainment Weekly.

Peele denies that the film is going to take rasetematikk in the same way as the "Get Out".

- To create a horror movie with a black family in the centre was important for me. But at the same time is not a movie about race, " he says to The Hollywood Reporter.

He also emphasises that he has put a lot of time and effort to create a separate universe for the film, complete with its own monsters.

I think the monsters and the stories about them is one of the best ways to convey a deeper truth, and to confront the things we fear as a society.

the "Us" has premiere 15. april 2019 in the united STATES. No Norwegian premieredato is set currently.

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