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'Get Out' Q&A With Jordan Peele

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Jordan Peele will be screening his award-winning film “Get Out” absolutely FREE on Monday, February 19. Peele made the announcement on his Twitter account this week.

 

The screening is to celebrate the film’s one year anniversary. Fans of the film, or anyone who hasn’t seen it yet, will be able to see the film at select AMC theaters for absolutely free. You can check out the list of theaters at getoutoneyearlater.com.

 

Jordan Peele Is Screening “Get Out” Free On Presidents’ Day was originally published on globalgrind.com

2 thoughts on “Jordan Peele Is Screening “Get Out” Free On Presidents’ Day

  1. Membsie on said:

    Funny to have it free to try to take from BLACK PANTHER MOVIE. Why not during the Black History month but not this weekend! Your have a movie with black cast, director, about black people that is the highest grossing of all time and then you have this movie that did well with one Black man and writer/ director but whites as the major characters also and they need to be competing? How many movies do the black people get? You need to remember you are a black man and easily removed in white Hollywood so try to support you race.

  2. Membsie on said:

    Funny to have it free to try to take from BLACK PANTHER MOVIE. Why not during the Black History month but nothe this weekend! Your have a movie with black cast, director, about black people that is the highest grossing of all time and then you have this movie that did well with one Black man and writer/ director but whites as the major characters also and they need to be competing? How many movies do the black people get? You need to remember you are a black man and easily removed in white Hollywood so try to support you race.

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