If you have not yet experienced ‘Get Out,’ we cannot be friends. The new film from Jordan Peele has been a massive success, and today the accolades keep coming in. Today the word on the e-streets is that the film has become the highest-grossing debut project for a writer-director with an original screenplay.
The record was held by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez who co-wrote and directed 1999’s ‘The Blair Witch Project.’ Forbes reported that ‘Get Out’ has brought in over $150 million USD in domestic (US) sales, passing the $140 million USD made by The Blair Witch Project. The film cost less than $5 million USD to produce, and also makes Jordan Peele the first African-American writer-director to earn $100 million USD on a debut film. Congrats to Jordan Peele on the news and let us know what you think in the comments below. Stay tuned for much more on ‘Get Out’ coming soon!
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