'Get Out' director Jordan Peele reveals plans to film next movie

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3:56 | 02/20/18

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Transcript for 'Get Out' director Jordan Peele reveals plans to film next movie
So we're going to begin with the man behind "Get out." Jordan Peele. This morning he's revealing his next project. It's another film. He's currently writing it and plans to direct it later this year saying, quote, playing around with a thriller/horror/action genre is my favorite. That's my sweet spot. He told students at Loyola Mary mount his secret in writing this next movie is, hey, I'm just trying to entertain myself again. That's a great plan. Worked the first time. You know what, he has entertained far more than just himself. His breakout film "Get out" nominated for best picture, best original screenplay and best actor. Congratulations to him. Talented man. So this was interesting, I thought, a hotel chain is now offering a discount for guests who check their cell phones at the door. Wyndham hotels offering a 5% discount if you participate in their reconnected program at select hotels. Hopefully you'll spend more time with your family and less on social media and can bring your phone with you but if you're game for the program you're given a lockbox to put it in. It has a timer and will unlock when your stay is over so what do you think? Let's ask the audience. You like the idea? I'll pay them to take my kids' phones. I would actually pay more if they took my kids' phones. That's not fair so the kids' phone but not your phone. They can have mine too. No, that would be great. That is a true reconnected program. Would you do it or feel too -- you would do it? Right here. Yeah. He's like, yeah, I don't have a phone yet but I'll do it. Minor detail. We appreciate the enthusiasm. Also in the news this morning, Penn state, my ALMA mater. Students completed their 41st annual dance marathon. I like to talk about this every year because you know what, giving back is so critical. This is 46 hours of straight dancing, you are not allowed to even sit down. There are the Penn state football players getting involved for a very good cause. Those tired feet brought in $10.2 million for childhood cancer research. No ten minutes an hour off. No, not at all. Brutal. We all do it. So far Thon has raised more than $140 million since it starred making it the largest student-run philanthropy in the country. Very proud. We are, baby, we are. We are, we are. Penn state. Thank you, robin. And a bride in Rhode Island experienced the ups and downs of marriage before the reception started. Melissa Rodgers was riding up to the 18th floor of the biltmore hotel in Providence in an elevator, guys, waiting to go to the reception when her elevator got stuck and said she didn't panic at first thinking it would take a minute. Soon it became quite clear she would be spending the cocktail hour just wishing to are a chardonnay waiting for firefighters to pry open the door and lower on onto the floor. Talk about making an entrance, though. Rodgers was a great sport. She says she's got a great memory. Apparently one of the bridesmaids whispered to the groom, we have a situation. The groom was ont and called firefighters. It took quite a while and consider throwing her honeymoon clothes up into the elevator so she could change to shimmy down. All's well that ends well. I know, I know. You've never needed ray cocktail more. Yes, thank you, Lara Spencer,

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