Get Out is returning to theaters for free on President's Day
This month marks the one-year anniversary of Get Out, and in the past year, Jordan Peele’s thriller has become a cultural phenomenon, sparking nationwide dialogues about race, racking up four Academy Award nominations, and ensuring that no one will ever look at a teacup the same way again. To celebrate the film’s first birthday, Universal Pictures and Peele have announced free screenings on President’s Day, Feb. 19.
Peele shared a video on Twitter announcing the event, saying, “As a small thank you to the fans that made the film a success, Universal and I wanted to give something back.”
Get Out will screen for free at 7 p.m. at 55 AMC Theatres locations around the country. Tickets will be first-come, first-served and can only be picked up in person at the theater box office, the day of.
See the full list of participating theaters at getoutoneyearlater.com.
Since its release last year, Get Out has earned more than $255 million worldwide and earned four Oscar noms, including Best Picture and Best Director.