Over the past five years, Jordan Peele has quickly become one of the most exciting and popular horror voices on the job today. After his directorial debut in 2017 Go outAn acclaimed cultural phenomenon, as of 2019 he continues to be known as a visionary filmmaker Us, and later this month, nope. before we check out Peele’s third horror filmlet’s look back at what he had to say about his unique and inspiring approach to filmmaking.

While Peele is known as a comedian for his sketch show with Keegan-Michael Key, Key & Peeleas soon as Go out came over, horror fans and Everyone took time to pay attention to his film. From there, Go out became one of the few horror movies be recognized by the Oscars, and Peele became the first black writer to win Best Original Screenplay in Oscar history.

With Peele’s career to date, he is positioning himself as an influential name among Hollywood’s new generation of filmmakers and a key voice in demanding more Black representation off the screen. Here are some memorable things Jordan Peele said about the making of his seminal horror films nope

Daniel Kaluuya in Get Out

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He believes storytelling is one of the few avenues for empathy

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