Jordan Peele won a Nebula award for ‘Get Out’

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It seems like the impact Jordan Peele‘s ‘Get Out‘ has had in the culture has not diminished.

On Saturday, Peele’s debut film won the Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation at the Nebulas. The prestigious ceremony acknowledges the greatest works in science fiction and fantasy released in the United States.

Let’s not forget that back in March, Peele also became the first African American to win the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Adding to that, he also won the award in that same category at the Writers Guild of America and Critics’ Choice. At this year’s Film Independent Spirit Awards, his film also took Best Feature and Best Director.

Get Out continues to make waves for its groundbreaking work. Earlier this month, Amazon green lighted The Hunt, a drama series about Nazi hunters in the 1970s. Peele has also produced Spike Lee’s, BlacKkKlansman film, which is set to release on August 10, 2018. Then, there’s his next movie, Us. Although not many details have been released, Peele promises a “new nightmare,” so we should look out for that.

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