Earlier this week, Jordan Peele’s third feature film as director, Universal Pictures, hit Nocrossed the $100 million mark at the domestic box office. The horror epic that reached that threshold marked a major turning point for Peele as a writer/director, putting him in the rare company of being a filmmaker whose first three films made over $100 million in all. earned more We, And they are all original ideas and not IP-based. So what’s next for the filmmaker? Speaking in a new interview, Peele teased that he has ideas about what might happen next, but that he needs to spend some time thinking about the world and watching movies.
when asked by Empire If a long-forgotten tweet from the filmmaker could be the key to his next film, Peele replied: “I doubt it. I don’t know what’s next, some thoughts going on. I’m drowning in the world.” Needs a little more to let the world know which is next. So my next few months will be spent doing this…sit, watch, wait, watch my coffee. If you watch good movies, You will find inspiration, even if it has nothing to do with what you want to do. It will work for me. Sometimes inspiration comes immediately, and sometimes it comes in a long time. I want to see and hear something need, can’t always express itself. You have to listen.”
After the release of its second feature We In 2019, Peele signed a five-year deal with Universal Pictures, resulting in a 2021 release Sweet sellerthis year Noand next Respect for Jesus. save your soul, Peele has also been roped in to remake Wes Craven. The People Under the StairsAnother Universal release.
“I have four other social thrillers I want to unveil over the next decade,” Peele previously told Business Insider about her original projects (for those keeping track, No would be the second of these four). “The best and scariest monsters in the world are humans and what we are capable of especially when we get together. I have been working on these premises about these various social monsters, these instinctively Human monsters that are woven into the fabric of how we think and how we interact, and each of my films will be about a different one of these social monsters.”
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