Lupita Nyong’o went to some ‘Dark Places’ filming ‘Us’
18 March 2019 | 2:15 pm
Lupita Nyong'o went to some 'Dark Places' filming 'Us'. The actress plays a dual role of Adelaide Wilson and her terrifying doppelgänger, Red, in Jordan Peele's new psychological horror. She spoke about what the roles required on a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
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