Daniel Kaluuya

With one tweet, Jordan Peele has the Internet going nuts. The Oscar-winning director announced a new horror film called Nope that isn't dropping until next year, but Twitter is already excited.

The 2021 Golden Globe Awards were lit due to all the Black AF moments during the socially distanced awards show.

In just a few short years, actor Daniel Kaluuya has become a leading man in Hollywood, starring in some of the most popular and culturally acclaimed films of our generation. From his breakout role in Get Out, to his roles in Black Panther, Widows, Queen & Slim, and most recently, Judas and the Black Messiah, the […]

Watch the official trailer for the upcoming film Judas and The Black Messiah starring LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya, which is set to hit theaters Feb. 12 and HBO Max 31 days after its' theatrical release.

90’s babies hold on to your blanket because Barney is retuning to a theatre near you! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya and his production company 59% are teaming up with Mattel to bring the 90s megastar to the big screen in a live-action movie titled Barney. Although the project has yet to […]

Get Out‘s Daniel Kaluuya has really been establishing himself as one of Hollywood’s brightest stars ever since breaking out of the sunken place and taking down a terrorist organization in Jordan Peele’s cult classic back in 2017. Now he’s about to make some very loud noise all over as he finds himself having become a […]

Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield are currently in talks to star in Jesus Was My Homeboy, a film about Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton. The film will be produced by Ryan Coogler and MACRO’s Charles D. King. The film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Kaluuya, who had a star-marking turn for his role in 2017’s Get Out would star as Fred […]

The cast of Black Panther put on their running shoes to do their epic take on The Get Out Challenge. Not long after Get Out hit theaters at the end of February (rounding out Black History Month), it didn’t take long for the internet to take hold and create a meme. Thus was born the […]

Plus, "Get Out" actor responds to Samuel L. Jackson's claims that British actors cannot understand the African-American experience and the GOP healthcare bill could force women to pay to give birth.