Jordan Peele is a man of many projects, producing four new TV series this year alone. Perhaps more exciting, however, is the imminent arrival of Us the successor to his highly successful directorial debut Get Out . One of the film's biggest contributions in 2017 was to familiarize people with the idea of "Sunken Place," something Kanye West was accused of when wearing a MAGA hat. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone Peele talks about all of his upcoming projects and what it was like when Kanye referred to his first film as a director.
Following the discourse surrounding Kanye's Donald Trump's support, Peele admitted that he got a "giggle" from people who said Yeezy had fallen from Get Out to Sunken Place. "The Sunken Place is a new term we can use to help discuss what appears to me to be black people choosing an ideology racist against black people," he added. As for Ye's latest antics, Peele is both appreciative of his attitude and frustrated with it.
"As frustrated as I am with what he does, the artist in me is like," He saw my movie! He's not a fan of Yes's unfortunate embrace of Trumpism, but he always seems interested in what he has to say. "The thing about Kanye is, it feels to me whatever he's going through, he tries to tell his truth. And there is something magnetic about people trying to tell the truth. I could be wrong, but I feel that even if he says something that I disagree with, he tries to tell his truth, and that's more than you can tell over 90 percent of people. In the new profile feature, Peele 's new movie is being discussed, though he has kept the details slim. After this film, the world "Jordan Peele-ian" will enter the film lexicon, and I stand by it, "Winston Duke said about the film, which refers to phrases like Lynchian or Kubrickian.High praise, though we would suggest only to stay with Peeleian Read the full interview here.