The ‘Black Panther’ cast takes on the #GetOutChallenge


The #GetOutChallenge, inspired by the thriller “Get Out,” initially took off a few months ago, but the movie’s star is still riding the wave. 

»RELATED: ‘Get Out’ film inspires hilarious viral challenge on social media


Daniel Kaluuya, who has been filming his next flick “Black Panther” in Atlanta, took a break from set to join in on the viral trend that surfaced on social media back in February.

His Marvel co-star Lupita Nyong’o posted a clip on her Facebook page of the actor standing still as the rest of the crew charges toward him at full-speed. 

The video challenge is meant to hilariously mimic a spooky scene from “Get Out,” where Kaluuya’s character, Chris, is almost knocked down by a castmate who sprints in his direction before turning sharply to avoid a collision. 

»» RELATED: Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” takes on the horrors of racism

So why is Kaluuya so late to the party?

His breakout film just got nominated for six MTV Movie Awards. What better way to celebrate?! 

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