sorry to bother you cast

LaKeith Stanfield has had a breakout year, following up his scene-stealing role in FX’s Atlanta with another standout performance as the lead in Boots Riley‘s indie hit Sorry to Bother You. But while Sorry to Bother You set Stanfield on an upward trajectory in Hollywood, that almost wasn’t the case. Riley revealed that Jordan Peele and Donald Glover almost landed the role of the telemarketer with an uncanny “white voice.” But in the end, it turned out fine for all three of them — Peele and Glover had pretty great years, too.

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the twilight zone reboot teaser new

Jordan Peele‘s Twilight Zone reboot has begun production, and there’s a new-ish teaser to mark the occasion. The footage here was released in a previous teaser, but there’s also a nice greatest hits compilation at the beginning to remind us all that the original Twilight Zone really was the bee’s knees. Watch the latest Twilight Zone reboot teaser below, and get ready to enter another dimension — a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind.

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big mouth season 2 trailer

Netflix’s very adult animated comedy Big Mouth is returning for a whole new season loaded with jokes about “the glorious nightmare that is teenaged puberty.” Boners, boobs, and monsters take to the screen, all in the name of wholesome cartoon entertainment. Watch the very NSFW Big Mouth season 2 trailer below.

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the twilight zone reboot teaser

It’s official: Jordan Peele will host The Twilight Zone reboot. The Get Out director is developing the new take on the show for CBS All Access, and said in the past he was considering stepping into Rod Serling’s host role as well. Now, a new Twilight Zone reboot teaser confirms it, with Peele’s voice serving to introduce the show ahead of its 2019 debut.

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Candyman remake

Actor Tony Todd was already well-known before starring in Bernard Rose’s 1992 film Candyman, but his performance in that film turned him into a horror movie legend. A supernatural killer with a tragic backstory, the imposing Candyman could be summoned by saying his name five times into a mirror.

Now, a new report says that Oscar winner Jordan Peele (Get Out) is in talks to produce a Candyman remake – and there’s even a chance he could direct it.

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Twilight Zone Reboot

Submitted for your approval: a Twilight Zone remake not only produced by Jordan Peele, but also featuring him as on-screen host. The original Twilight Zone kicked off each episode with creator Rod Serling stepping before the camera to introduce the story we were about to watch. As Peele works on his new take on The Twilight Zone, he hasn’t ruled out the option of following Serling’s lead.

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New Jordan Peele Movie

Jordan Peele’s upcoming “social thriller” Us is finally rounding out its cast. Five new actors have been added to the Us cast, joining the already-cast Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss, Winston Duke as the Universal feature begins production.

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Jordan Peele Nazis

After the success of his Oscar-winning film Get Out, Jordan Peele has gotten some TV deals. He is creating a reboot of The Twilight Zone for CBS All Access, but creating another anthology series for YouTube Premium. Both promise to tell surreal, bizarre, twisty stories, but the Weird City stories will be more connected than standalone Twilight Zones.

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us cast

Jordan Peele‘s upcoming thriller Us has added another actor to its star-studded cast. Tim Heidecker has joined the cast, joining the likes of Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss and Winston Duke in Peele’s highly anticipated follow-up to his ground-breaking horror hit, Get Out.

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Weird City

Jordan Peele shocked the world with his directorial debut Get Out early last year, and he’s been remarkably busy ever since. His list of active projects has grown to an impressive length, and now he’s adding yet another one to the top of the pile: a show called Weird City, which he calls a “twisted-ass science fiction” anthology series. The show is coming to YouTube Premium next year, and you can read more about it below.
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