Get Out Daniel Kaluuya Wasn’t Invited To The Get Out Premiere

Get Out Daniel Kaluuya Wasn't Invited To The Get Out Premiere

Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya Wasn’t Invited To The Get Out Premiere?

This is weird since Daniel Kaluuya was the main star in Jordan Peele’s “Get Out’ psychological social horror film. Read on… reports that Daniel Kaluuya is a wildly-talented actor – Not to mention he’s had major roles in some of the biggest movies of the last few years, like Black Panther and Get Out.

Daniel is currently in Judas and the Black Messiah, so what the f**k is up with the story going around that he wasn’t even invited to the premiere of Jordan Peele‘s horror-thriller when it was released several years ago?

And what is worse is the story is true. Come’on Hollywood?

Get Out was an immediate hit once it reached theaters back in 2017 – it helped quickly thrust Kaluuya into the mainstream thanks to Best Actor noms at both the Golden Globes and the Oscars.

But the leading man still got shut out of the movie’s own premiere red carpet event!

Daniel recently spoke in a virtual interview on The Graham Norton Show, where he revealed that he had been filming Black Panther at the time, so he specifically cleared his schedule to be able to attend the Get Out premiere.

The sad thing is, the invite never came!

Wow, Jordan Peele way to go, not inviting the leading man of your movie to the premiere. SMH

Maybe they just assumed he was busy filming the superhero flick alongside the late Chadwick Boseman?

Kaluuya, who turned 32 years old on Wednesday, February 24, explained it all to Norton from his perspective, saying (below):

They didn’t invite me, bro. They didn’t invite me. On the Sundance world premiere, I was in Atlanta because I was shooting Black Panther. I was chilling, I cleared my schedule. I was like, ‘I really wanna do it.’ And then just didn’t get the invite. I wasn’t invited, so I was just in my bed — someone texted me, ‘It’s done really well.’ But I don’t ask questions. You don’t wanna be in a place that you don’t feel wanted.

He handled it well, but that is F’d up.

What can you learn from this? Never take it personally!