Jordan Peele Needs to Get Any Idea of a ‘Get Out’ Sequel Out of His Head

Jordan Peele is about to make the biggest mistake of his career.

“I will definitely, seriously consider it. I love that universe and feel like there’s more story to tell. I don’t know what it is now, but there are some loose ends.”

He’s not talking about Key & Peele, which was gone too soon. No, he’s talking about a potential sequel to Get Out.

I’m extremely scared of this, Rod. I don’t want a Get Out sequel. The first one is perfect and I don’t want Peele to ruin it with a pointless sequel. Will he do a good job with the sequel? Probably. But it’s not necessary. There are no loose ends. The white family died. The black guy got away. If you want the unhappy ending, buy the DVD.

Get Out made $254 million on a budget of like $500 and a box of Fruit Loops. Obviously, production company Blumhouse Productions would love a sequel. But you must resist, Jordan. Don’t give in to the greed of the white man. Plus, there’s no replacing Allison Williams.

Peele is nominated for Best Director at this Sunday’s Oscars for his work on Get Out. The movie itself is nominated for four awards, including best picture and best original screenplay. If it doesn’t win Best Picture, the Oscars are racist.

Peele is currently filming Abruptio. Here is the synopsis from IMDB:

Les Hackel is a guy down on his luck who wakes to find an explosive device has been implanted in his neck. He must carry out heinous crimes in order to stay alive while trying to identify the mastermind manipulating the now twisted and strange world around him.

This sounds exactly like Crank mixed with Speed. The movies. Not the drugs. Although a drug named Abruptio might be on the market soon if a drug lord is reading this and decides to mix crank with speed. Unless those are the same things. I’m not a drug aficionado.

In conclusion, don’t make Get Out 2.

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