'Get Out' Star Daniel Kaluuya Talks the "Horror of Racism"

Daniel Kaluuya talks the true horror lurking in 'Get Out.'

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If you haven't handed over your wallet to Jordan Peele yet, get in line at your local theater now. Peele's directorial debut, Get Out, hits theaters nationwide today and might have already taken 2017's "Most Important Film" award. Get Out, stars British actor Daniel Kaluuya as Chris, a young black man who is going to meet his white girlfriend, Rose's (Allison Williams) parents for the first time. But once they get to her parent's creepy estate, things start getting horrifying. 

Peele shows off his directorial skills by making Get Out, a digging-your-nails-into-your-seat horror film—one that is at turns funny and scary—and horrifyingly relevant for our times. We sat down with star Kaluuya to chat Get Out, working with Peele and the horror of racism. 

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