With Christmas Day fast approaching and a promised trailer set to drop-off, it’s only obvious that the marketing onslaught for Jordan Peele’s sophomore film Us would begin. It’s doing so by the reveal of a coupe of photos over at EW as well as some quotes from Peele and superstars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke, who expose some very interesting information.

Per EW :” The tale is set in the present day and follows Adelaide and Gabe Wilson( Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke) as they make their their children to Adelaide’s age-old childhood beachside home in Northern California for the summer. After a daylight at the beach with the Tyler family( which includes Elisabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker ), Adelaide — who’s recurred by a lingering damage from her past — growing more and more more manic that something bad will happen to her family. As light transgressions, the Wilsons see four fleshes containing mitts and standing mutely at the bottom of their driveway …”

Peele told the site,” For my second aspect, I wanted to create a beings myth. I wanted to do something that was more securely in the horror genre but still held on to my adore of movies that are changed but fun.”

In talking about “ve got something” in the horror category, Nyong’o explains, “The exceedingly information that I have not done anything like it was appealing, because it predicted swelling and hullabaloo and new territory.”

Duke, who frisked M’Baku in Marvel’s Black Panther includes, “It was important for me to not come off as a warrior in this film. He’s extremely sporadic and impulsive, he’s the husband and the alpha, and I think that leads to some of existing conflicts that is in the wedding where reference is congregated the Wilsons.”

Perhaps the greatest clue as to what we might are expecting comes from Nyong’o, who territory, “… it turns into this relentless nightmare that sounds into[ Adelaide’s] deepest anxieties and ours as well — the idea that we might be our own worst enemies.”

You damn well better believe that after the unbelievably superb Get Out that we’re going to be in theaters on March 15, 2019, when Us opens!

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