Get Out Timeline

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In Film
  • Jordan Peele Pitches the film "Get Out" to producer Sean McKittrick

    Jordan Peele Pitches the film "Get Out" to producer Sean McKittrick
    Jordan Peele developed the idea for the film. 'Get Out' is a horror film that highlights racism and the over compensations people make in order to appear 'not racist'. Jordan Peele wrote the script for the film in early 2015. Sean McKittrick immediately agreed to making the film, and the deal was set.
  • Two Lead Characters Are Cast

    Two Lead Characters Are Cast
    Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams are cast as the two leads of this film. Casting began with them, and the entire cast was completed by February 2016.
  • Filming

    Filming began on February 2016 in Fairhope, Alabama.
  • Film Completion

    Film Completion
    Filing and editing was done by January 2017. The final cut of the film was made.
  • First Premiere

    First Premiere
    The film was premiered at Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2017.
  • Theatrical Release

    Theatrical Release
    The film debuted in the United States on February 24, 2017. The film was immediately well received and critically acclaimed.
  • Success

    The film grossed over $250 million. The films budget was $5.4 million. The film recieved 99% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 4 out of 5 stars on IMDB.
  • Golden Globe Nomination Controversy

    Golden Globe Nomination Controversy
    Jordan Peele's film 'Get Out' is nominated for a Golden Globe Award. The film is up for Best Motion Picture- Musical or Comedy. However, Peele specifies that the film belongs in the horror genre, and has been grossly misrepresented. In a series of tweets, Peele explains that if anything the film is a documentary of racism in America.
  • Golden Globe Cermony

    Golden Globe Cermony
    The 2018 Golden Globe Awards ceremony is set to take place in early January of 2018. It will be interesting to see how 'Get Out' fares at the award show, and if the film will be switched to the horror category where it rightfully belongs.
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    'Get out' Film Timeline

    The horror film 'Get Out', written and directed by Jordan Peele, was received with high praise and box office success. The film featured aspects of realism and theatrics surrounding racism. It focuses heavily on white people and their need to go out of their way to showcase they are not racist. Due to the films analysis of this subject matter, it seems strange that it was nominated for 'Best Comedy or Musical' for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards.