That love story about a lady and her fish may have won the Best Picture Oscar, but everyone knows that the most creatively daring movie of 2017 was Jordan Peele's Get Out. Since it was released in February of 2017, stories about the making of Get Out have revealed the mastery, thought, and unparalleled genius that went into crafting the one-of-a-kind viewing experience. By blending horror, social commentary, and comedy, Peele made a whole new kind of movie: an intelligent thriller that has the ability to both entertain and enlighten.
If you're curious about what it was like to make Get Out, you're not alone. As the movie tallied up hundreds of millions of dollars in box office receipts, fans have wondered about the creative process that brought the film to life. Fortunately, Peele has discussed much of the behind the scenes planning that went into making the brilliant, low-budget picture. These Get Out facts give the public a peek into the mind of a creative powerhouse, as well as the unforgettable movie he created. When you're finished here, don't forget to also check out other shows and movies like Get Out!
The Film's Composer Is A Music Teacher Who'd Never Scored A Movie BeforePhoto: Universal Pictures
An Unlikely Symbol Of White Supremacy Is Referenced In The MovieVideo: YouTube
Daniel Kaluuya Hit It Out Of The Park At His AuditionVideo: YouTube
Peele Wrote The Script When President Obama Was In OfficePhoto: Universal Pictures