For now, we don't know what project Peele is up to next, but seeing the success of Get Out, any studio will want in on what he has to sell.
The writer, director, and actor is apparently shedding the latter title if he holds true to his comments on CBS Sunday Morning, where he told Tracy Smith that he's done acting.
"Acting is just nowhere near as fun for me as directing", Peele continued.
"Get Out" has also been receiving a large amount of Oscar buzz, but no one will know for sure until the official nominations for the Academy Awards are announced on January 23.
"Get Out" plays sort of like "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" as a horror film. Taika Waititi has a small role in every movie he's directed; I can't see why Peele can't do that too. The popularity of their Key & Peele Comedy Central sketch show even led to him writing and acting in his first film, Keanu.
'What does give me hope is, you know, so Obama used to say, you know, "Progress isn't always a straight line". The film also uses comedy, which Peele says is crucial when President Donald Trump is sounding off on race and immigration.
"So what I am encouraged by is that the movie "Get Out" has been heard and received, and that I'm seeing many other examples of art and film and television that are expressing these pains, frustrations, love, in new ways, and that they're being received. And that I think will create progress", Peele says.
Peele's full interview airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.