Get Out is coming again to theaters—for a restricted time solely.
Common Photos and Jordan Peele are providing followers the possibility to attend free screenings of the film at 55 AMC theatres nationwide. “When Jordan approached us a few solution to thank followers one yr after the discharge of Get Out, we thought a Presidents’ Day screening throughout Black Historical past Month could be an exquisite solution to commemorate the movie’s impression,” Common Photos’ president of distribution, Jim Orr, stated in a press release Tuesday night time. “The success of his beautiful imaginative and prescient wouldn’t have been attainable with out the viewers’s ardour for each Get Out‘s groundbreaking storytelling and its deft use of artwork as society’s mirror.” In a Twitter video, Peele stated each he and Common Photos “needed to present one thing again” to followers, saying, “Consider me, Get Out is a film finest seen in theaters. It is all about that theatrical expertise.”
“Get pleasure from it with different individuals. Prepare to make use of your voices. I do not care should you’ve seen it one time, two instances, 3 times, should you convey any person who’s by no means seen it and also you watch them watch it—no matter!” Peele added. “You get to get pleasure from a free screening of Get Out this President’s Day.”
Screenings can be hosted at collaborating AMC areas on Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.
Followers can go to GetOutOneYearLater.com to see if their native theater can be displaying the movie.
Written and directed by Peele, the horror movie was launched on Feb. 24, 2017, and starred Caleb Landry Jones, Daniel Kaluuya, Catherine Keener, Stephen Root, Lakeith Stanfield, Bradley Whitford and Allison Williams. It earned $255 million on the field workplace on a $four.5 million finances.
The critically beloved film will quickly compete in 4 classes on the 2018 Oscars on March four: Greatest Image, Greatest Director (Peele), Greatest Actor (Kaluuya) and Greatest Authentic Screenplay (Peele).
Get Out is now out there on Blu-ray, digital and DVD.
(E! and Common Photos are each members of the NBCUniversal household.)