Newsweek – Jordan Peele’s racially charged debut film, Get Out, was placed in the comedy category for the 2018 Golden Globes, prompting a lot of debate. The film, written and directed by the former co-star of Key and Peele, was categorized as a horror movie when it debuted.
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