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Jordan Peele to Develop TV Series "The Hunt" About Nazi Hunters

Posted On: September 28, 2017

Talk about flipping the script and rewriting the narratives of America.

The movie "Get Out" was a true eye opener, not just about racism but the importance of melanin and reason behind organ harvesting of African-Americans. Jordan Peele returns with developing another racially motivated horror, suspense film but this time it's for television.

Referencing an article from The Hollywood Reporter, Jordan Peele will be producing and directing a television series called "The Hunt." The setting for the series is a 1970's drama based on factual events about a group of Nazi hunters taking justice in their own hands, as THR describes below:

"tracking and killing hundreds of Nazis who, with the unconscionable help of the U.S. government, escaped justice and embedded themselves in American society."

David Weil is penning the script and will also produce the project with Jordan Peele. As of now, the broadcasting of The Hunt does not have a network yet. Peele however, has a TV development deal with Sonar Entertainment, in association with his Monkeypaw Productions. The Hunt will be the first project off that deal, where Peele is slated to produce a numerous amount of projects.

The inspiration for The Hunt came at the helms of neo-Nazi protesting that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia back in August. Bidding for the series has already begun with potential buyers.

Jordan Peele's movie Get Out grossed over $200 million dollars globally to date, making history as the highest grossing for a debut film with its original screenplay. Peele made his mark as well, as the first melanated writer and director to gross over $100 million dollars when he debuted Get Out.


New Movie Trailer: 'Flatliners'

Posted On: September 28, 2017

In the trailer for the new sci-fi horror movie "Flatliners," five students commence an experiment to find out what happens to human beings after they die.

The experiment entails the medical students of stopping their hearts in the beginning for one minute and being revived back to life. One of the students in the trailer describes the experiment as a light form of pure energy, unaware in the light, darkness also lies. Documenting the experiment, the students become addicted with their new discovery and increases the time they stop their hearts, and revive. In a chilling twist, the death each student is inducing starts haunting them.

Flatliners seems like an interesting movie which is also a psychological horror film. Death in Westernized culture is viewed as the end but in other cultures, it's often celebrated as a beginning to something new, a transition to another lifetime and sometimes, an ascension to higher realms of energy or life.

Flatliners will be release this Friday (9/29).

Check out the trailer below.


New Movie Trailer: "Gotti"

Posted On: September 28, 2017

Depicting the life of crime boss John Gotti, John Travolta stars in an epic biographical film about the flagrant and brazen gangsta titled, "Gotti."

The film portrays three decades of John Gotti's life, beginning with Gotti as a street thug to being initiated into the Gambino crime family, and becoming the "Teflon Don."

Gotti displays the descriptive events of John Gotti's execution of Paul Castellano, the media attention he drew to himself and the Gambino crime family. The controversies it created, resulting in John Gotti being a target for government officials and the Gambino crime family.

Gotti is produced by Kevin Connolly and is scheduled to hit theaters December 15th.

Until then, check out the trailer for it below.