Jordan Peele is back at it. After releasing his critically claimed debut feature film, “Get Out”, in 2017, Peele’s latest cinematic endeavor has finally been revealedâand fans have something to say about it.
We are our own worst enemy. A new nightmare from the mind of Academy Award Winner @JordanPeele, writer/director of Get Out. Watch the trailer for #UsMovie and get tickets now: https://t.co/h6ojaQj2R2 #WatchYourself pic.twitter.com/cDpePe1U7e
— Us (@UsMovie) December 25, 2018
The official trailer for Peele’s next nightmare has given people the heebie-jeebies. While it’s not technically considered a sequel to “Get Out”, the Internet has picked out enough similarities between the two films that back up a new fan theory: the movies share a universe.
What if US and Get Out are in a shared universe?????!?!! pic.twitter.com/3L6wf6H7jH
— Zielle (@ZielleFaneto) December 26, 2018
The theories range from tame to utterly wild. Some people believe that “Us” is a sequel to “Get Out” and that the family is actually the original family from “Get Out” who somehow managed to escape the sunken place and inhabit their bodies.
Opening scene of ‘Get Out’ plays a song called ‘Run Rabbit Run’. The trailer for ‘Us’ features rabbits prominently. Shared universe? pic.twitter.com/QJrNTcJFC3
— Bryan Smith (@BSmith4Prez) December 25, 2018
Whether “Us” could potentially serve as a sequel to its predecessor, Peele has left a fair number of Easter eggs alluding to the two movies sharing a world.