Movie Trailer: ‘Get Out (The LGBT Version)’

Published: Saturday 5th Aug 2017 by David

$252.4 million generated at the box office makes Jordan Peele‘s ‘Get Out‘ one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.

This year, as to give the world a fresh look at its story, esteemed movie producers have shot an LGBTQ version of the project starring the actors Andrew Bachelor and Todrick Hall.

Watch its trailer below…


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  1. Ken August 5, 2017

    😂😂😂😂 @ no no no no when it’s really yea yea yea yea yes

  2. Shether August 5, 2017


    • Brent Christpher August 5, 2017

      NOT AT ALL.

      this I should another stereotypical piece of sh*t.

  3. Brent Christpher August 5, 2017

    *rolls eyes* tho I am a proud, Gay black man, it still IRRITATES ME to see these blatant stereotypes perpetuated on screen when white gays are the focus. this is TRASH!

  4. Shera August 5, 2017

    Omg they can make an actual long parody film from this! EXCELLENT

  5. Caleb August 5, 2017

    I’ll stick with the original.

  6. Teflon Boy August 5, 2017

    Eye wateringly stereotypical trash.., *rolls eyes* when can we be done with this already? IMO this, along with that ‘We will marry your girlfriends’ crap does more damage to the modern LGBT community than help or entertain it.

  7. Brazio August 5, 2017

    I hate that its moree about sissy men…there are different types of gay men…

  8. Realestinthebando August 5, 2017

    I CANNOT!! 😂😂 bye 👋🏽

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