When Jordan Peele decides to interrogate another American trauma through the lens of genre cinema, I pay the hell attention. From Get Out to Us to everything being produced by his Monekypaw Productions company, the guy knows how to get under skin simply by heightening what's already under our skin. So you better believe I'm paying the hell attention to Hunters, the upcoming Amazon Prime show from Monkeypaw starring Al Pacino as the leader of a group of misfit Nazi-killers. Amazon just made the new trailer available, and folks... it's good. Created by David Weil, with …
Al Pacino leads a diverse group of determined Nazi hunters in the first trailer for the upcoming Jordan Peele-produced Amazon series Hunters.
After Martin Scorsese's fateful comments about Marvel movies, Jordan Peele becomes the latest director to sound off on the debate.
The Tethered may be out in force this Halloween.
From the release date to the big-name actors involved, here's every detail we have so far about Jordan Peele's upcoming Candyman reboot.
The relationship between Jordan Peele and Universal has been helpful for both. Universal seems to have largely stayed out of Peele’s way to let him make what he wants, and in return, his two directing efforts—Get Out and Us—have made over $500 million worldwide. It only makes sense that the relationship between Universal and Peele’s production company, Monkeypay Productions, would continue. Universal has sent out a press release announcing that they’ve entered into a five-year, exclusive partnership with Monkeypaw. The big takeaway from this deal is buried a little further in the press release, …
The relationship between Jordan Peele and Universal has been helpful for both. Universal seems to have largely stayed out of Peele’s way to let him make what he wants, and in return, his two directing efforts—Get Out and Us—have made over $500 million worldwide. It only makes sense that the relationship between Universal and Peele’s production company, Monkeypay Productions, would continue. Universal has sent out a press release announcing that they’ve entered into a five-year, exclusive partnership with Monkeypaw. The big takeaway from this deal is buried a little further in the press release, …
Tony Todd may indeed play the Candyman in the upcoming reboot.
Iconic horror star Tony Todd is reportedly reprising his signature role in Jordan Peele's upcoming Candyman sequel, for the first time since 1999.
Someone in Chicago must've fudged up and said the name five times because Candyman has officially descended upon the city. Principal photography has begun on the "spiritual sequel" to the original 1992 horror film that starred Tony Todd as the title ghoul. The 2020 reimagining was written by Jordan Peele and Win Rosenfeld—the duo's Monkeypaw Productions is also producing alongside Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures—with up-and-coming director Nia DaCosta (Little Woods) helming the project. The film stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Us), Teyonah Parris (If Beale Street Could Talk), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Misfits) and Colman …
The Jordan Peele reboot of classic 1990s horror film Candyman is officially underway in Chicago, and its full cast has now been revealed.
Jordan Peele's Get Out follow-up Us is the highest-grossing horror film of the year so far, and for horror fans who like to live their fear, Universal Studios will give you a chance to come face-to-face with the Tethered at Halloween Horror Nights 2019. The annual event is bringing together one hell of a crop for this year's lineup, and Us marks the latest addition, which will be thrilling horror fans on both coasts at Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood. The maze will transport you into the terrors of Us, including a …
Now you can find out what it's like to live through a Tethered uprising, thanks to a new maze at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights event.
Us, Jordan Peele’s horror movie, is being made into a Halloween Horror Nights maze, with it featuring The Tethered, the movie’s villains.
The horror director won't be transitioning to comic book horror to bring the Daywalker back to the big screen.
The trailer for Cats has been given a chilling new upgrade courtesy of the "I Got 5 On It" song heard previously in the trailer for Us.
Jordan Peele's Candyman is entering production next month in the Chicago area, the setting of the original film, and is shooting on location.
Does Jordan Peele have more scares in store or is he branching out to other genres?