The international trailer for Us exposes brand-new footage from Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror-thriller and farther clues at its mysteries. In the months since Universal started marketing the movie last-place December, followers have had a field day being simultaneously freaked by the Us excerpts liberated still further and driven to formulate their own possibilities about Peele’s movie and what’s really going on here. The performer turned filmmaker, for his part, has preserved his lips closed and uncovered little in the way of details beyond what the trailer substantiates, other than be asserted that Us isn’t about intolerance in America the lane his Oscar-winning entry on Get Out was.

Us, like Get Out, was written and directed by Peele and is being produced by Jason Blum and Blumhouse Productions. The storyteller and studio are coming off yet another success in the form of Spike Lee’s newly-minted Oscar winner BlacKkKlansman( which Peele and Blum produced ), so they’re looking to go three for three with their efforts together here. They’ve continued to beat the drum loudly for this one over the past month by secreting the “Nightmare” trailer during Super Bowl LII, in addition to a sign that features the movie’s Oscar-winning star, Lupita Nyong’o, and securely gestures to its doppelganger cruelty storyline.

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While there’s still a month to go before Us touches theaters on March 22, it will make its world premiere at SXSW two weeks before then. That makes the film’s market has already recruited its final pull before anyone actually assures the movie and critics get to weigh in with their rulings. This is worth mentioning since the most recent developments Us trailer( affixed by Universal Pictures Korea) includes pull-quotes that, if you didn’t know any better, might seem like they’re lifted from actual discuss, as opposed to sections about the footage unveiled so far. With that in mind, take a look below.

The international trailer doesn’t disclose anything especially brand-new about the film’s patch, but it’s loaded with even more sinister imagery and suggestions at the madness to come in the movie suitable. At the same day, this preview announces direct attention to the strange coincidences that occur in the film’s first half and give its overarching storyline in motion. In doing so, however, it mostly raises more questions about the Wilson family – their own families that’s forced to confront comical doppelgangers of themselves while taking a summer trip in the film – and just where their scissor-wielding, blood-thirsty double-faceds came from, regardless. Not to mention, this trailer yet again includes photographs of several rabbits locked up in cages somewhere, for reasons that have yet to be even partly explained.

All things considered, the marketing for Us continues to do a great occupation of piquing everyone’s interests without picturing anything that could be saw unnecessarily spoiler-y. Character of what acquired Get Out so memorable was that few people had any real mind about what to expect from the cinema to move in, so it’s good to see that Universal is doing its part to ensure that publics can have a similar suffer with Peele’s second directorial attempt. The trailers for Us may develop more questions than they attempt to answer, but with a little luck the payoff will be more than worth the anticipation in the end.

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Source: Universal Pictures Korea

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