Jordan Peele Breaks Down "Get Out" Fan Theories from Reddit | Vanity Fair

Jordan Peele, writer and director of “Get Out,” reads, confirms, and debunks fan theories from Reddit. Is “Get Out” just an imagined scenario of Rod the TSA Agent? What does the deer really symbolize? It the movie actually a sequel to Being John Malkovich? Jordan Peele answers these questions and points out easter eggs and secret messages you may not have noticed in the film.

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  1. Dear Mr. Peele: What about people saying that the 2 movie titles spell out "Get Out" of the "US" (U.S.A.)? And someone had pointed out that the middle of the scissors are the outline of the kkk hats. Then they also mentioned that the girlfriend in "Get Out" wears a red and white striped shirt that resembles the American flag. I don't have much opinion about these things. I just thought they were interesting, and have been wondering what others might think about them? And Mr. Peele, is there any truth in these theories?

  2. Get out can happen, not exactly but using romances to get someone to a motel to get the kidneys is so a thing, like who can afford a kidney on the black market. Rich old people

  3. , the movie is about tricking the black guy ,with white girl he is dating to take him up to her parents to take his black mandingo warrior body part , so grandpa cn be strong again, the white woman put a spell on black guy SO the MOM CAN CONTRO; THE BLACK MAN LIKE SHE DID IN SLAVERY TIMES WAKE UP BLACK PEOPLE THEY WANT YOUR BODY PARTS OK

  4. I would ask how many lines in this movie are references to something since there’s so many, but I think it’s better to ask how many aren’t? My guess is zero.

  5. Here’s a theory: all white people were wearing red, and rose’s name is obviously a red flower, implying the Republican Party, and all the black people wore blue, implying the Democratic Party.


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