|Directed by||:||Jordan Peele||Produced byJordan Peele, Jason Blum, Sean McKittrick||:||Based on||:||Jordan Peele||Starring||:||Elisabeth Moss, Anna Diop, Lupita Nyong'o||Production company||:||Monkeypaw Productions,QC Entertainment,Universal Pictures||Country||:||United States|
Us is a 2019 Monkeypaw Productions,QC Entertainment,Universal Pictures. Jordan Peele has announced this morning his next film after Let Me Leave. Again, terror. It is about Us, a film that Universal will premiere on March 15, 2019, with script and direction by Peele. First, the poster, that T.J. A.J. R.J. Backslashinfourth Fifth has posted to your Tuita account. Second, the plot, which was not known much until THR has investigated a little: a suburban nightmare involving two couples, one black (Lupita Nyong'o, practically confirmed interpreter and Winston Duke, seen in Panther Negra) and one of white race (Elisabeth Moss - in preliminary negotiations, like Duke, next to another interpreter to designate). Peele talked about the film logically vague last February, where he ventured - between the lines and my interpretation - a thriller a little more playful and, now according to his words, less oriented to issues of racial conflict. The official half-synopsis provided by Universal describes it as "a provocative thriller". Namely. Let's leave it in "juguetovocador", at the moment.