First Trailer for Jordan Peele's New Film 'Us' Starring Lupita Nyong'o

December 25, 2018
Source: YouTube

Us Movie Trailer

"Stick with me, and I'll keep you safe." Universal has debuted the first trailer for Jordan Peele's new film Us, arriving in theaters in March. This follow-up to Peele's hugely successful Get Out is another horror thriller, with little known about the plot before this trailer. Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke star as husband and wife of a family who take their kids to their beach house, but some mysterious people arrive and suddenly things get really crazy. The cast includes Elisabeth Moss, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Kara Hayward, Anna Diop, Tim Heidecker, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Nathan Harrington, plus Evan Alex and Madison Curry as their kids. We've been waiting to get a look at this, and it's finally time, and DAMN does this look gnarly. One hell of a freaky trailer, and I still don't know what's going on. Must watch.

Here's the first official trailer (+ first posters) for Jordan Peele's Us, direct from Universal's YouTube:

Us Movie Poster

Us Movie Poster

A mother and father (Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke) take their kids to their beach house, expecting to enjoy time with friends, but their serenity turns to tension and chaos when some visitors arrive uninvited. Us is directed by American actor / writer / comedian / filmmaker Jordan Peele, his second feature film after directing Get Out previously. He has also produced a few movies, in addition to working on the script for Keanu, including BlacKkKlansman. This might secretly premiere at a festival, but nothing is announced yet. Universal will release Peele's Us in theaters everywhere starting March 22nd, 2019 coming up soon. Follow Jordan on Twitter @JordanPeele for updates. First impression? Who's excited to see this already?

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I'm afraid I've seen too much. But damn does this look intense. I was really hoping get out wasnt a fluke and that we would get more modern masterpieces from Peele.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 25, 2018


If the movie is as intense as the trailer, I think it addressed your hope.

Lin Group on Dec 25, 2018


I like the cinematography. Not big fan of the horror genre. But if it's as subtle as Get Out, I'll check it out.

tarek on Dec 25, 2018


Ha! Busted! ;D

tarek on Dec 27, 2018


Well.. I'm intrigued. Didn't think they'd show this much though. I like what they did with the song and how they used it throughout the trailer.

Efterklang on Dec 25, 2018


Let's not worry, this is going to be madly interesting...

shiboleth on Dec 25, 2018


My #2 most anticipated of 2019!

Brandon Cole on Dec 26, 2018


I need dem masks nyaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!

DAVIDPD on Dec 28, 2018


This looks exactly the same as his last movie. Which was HIGHLY overrated nonsense.

Charles Knowlton on Dec 28, 2018


I'm picking up a "We're our own worst enemy" theme here... But Get Out (while wildly successful) didn't really with me. Acting was top notch though.

THE_RAW_ on Jan 2, 2019

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