Jordan Peele Breaks Down Fan Theories About 'Get Out'

Get Out was one of the biggest movies of 2017. Audiences loved both the spooky atmosphere as well as its subtle commentary on American racial politics. It's already receiving a lot of awards season buzz and could be in contention for the Academy Award for Best Picture in a few months.

Perhaps the best part about the movie was the number of questions and theories it spawned in the minds of the audience. And while the internet has been passionately debating these topics since the movie came out, Vanity Fair decided to ask the person who knows the true answers: Get Out's writer and director Jordan Peele.

In the video above, Peele answers the most popular fan theories about his movie. Get ready to have your mind blown!


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