A few days ago while visiting AMC’s Talking With Chris Hardwick; Jordan Peele got a chance to further provide insight on how he attacked creating one of the biggest horror films to date, Get Out. Interesting enough he went on to admit that his Barack Obama impression was some what used to help get through scenes on set. “I directed as Obama a couple times, maybe you’ll listen to Obama if you don’t listen to Jordan…”, he went on to tell Chris.
“I went into sketch and improv, I think, because I was unclear what I could offer the world that would be understood or accepted,” Peele says in a new interview that will be featured on Sunday in AMC’s Talking With Chris Hardwick. “So being in character was much more comfortable for me.”