'Get Out' Returning to Theaters for Free on Presidents' Day

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The comedic actor turned serious director with 2017's acclaimed Get Out, the psychological horror-thriller about being black in America that has garnered Golden Globe and Oscar nominations.

Now, those who have yet to see the film can witness the reason for those accolades when it returns to theaters, free of charge, for President's Day. February 24 will mark one year since the film has been released, and just over a week after that we'll see the directorial debut from Jordan Peele vying for Academy Awards, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Director and Best Picture. Tickets will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis, one per person.

A free screening of the Oscar-nominated horror film "Get Out' is set for 7 p.m. February 19 at the AMC Waterfront 22 in Homestead". It also happens to fall on Presidents' Day. "The success of his stunning vision would not have been possible without the audience's passion for both "Get Out's" groundbreaking storytelling and its deft use of art as society's mirror". The film is still massively popular with fans thanks to the longevity of Peele's masterpiece and its ability to live beyond the big screen. To see the full list of participating theaters go on www.getoutoneyearlater.com. Each guest must present a valid ID to receive the ticket, with a limit of one ticket per valid ID presented, while supplies last.

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While most awards-nominated films are released during the final three months of the year, Get Out is still getting some well-deserved recognition nearly a year later.

Made for less than $5 million, "Get Out" earned more than $250 million in the box office worldwide.

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