There's a saying that fact is often stranger than fiction and according to director Jordan Peele, his next movie could take inspiration from the current political situation.
A photograph of Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner blankly staring out of a window of Buckingham Palace is doing the rounds on social media.
And people have pointed out that the eerie snap could easily be mistaken for a still from one of Peele's own horror movies.
But one fan wasn't so enthusiastic about the idea and urged the filmmaker not to do it.
Tweeting the director, the perturbed follower shared the photo, with the caption: "Yo @JordanPeele bro we don't want this movie okay"
However, always on the look out for a good story, Peele didn't rule anything out and hinted that he could well have an idea for his next movie.
He said: "Between this and that terrifying sorority video, I've been getting a lot of great inspiration recently."
And there were plenty of people who were fully behind the idea.
One excited follower wrote: "If there is one about sororities, I am here for it."
The director is known for his ability to leave audiences reeling in horror. Credit: PA
While a second said: "A horror movie about a new girl joining a demented ass sorority would be kinda dope."
A third person said: "Coming soon to a theater near you! Jordan Peele "Neighbors"."
To which another joked: "This time, its the people on the other side of Seth Rogen's house."
One fan even put some sinister music over the picture, which impressed the Get Out director, who offered them the job, writing: "You're hired."
Everyone was excited by the idea of the Get Out director turning his hand to a movie about a demented sorority.
Some even decided to give him a little more inspiration and likened the photo of the married couple to an old video of a sorority's welcome message to potential recruits.
One person urged Peele to watch it, writing: "The sorority video....... please Jordan."
Another posted the clip and said it left them with nightmares. They said: "It's from a few years ago but it's always horrifying. Like the gates of hell."
The US president is currently in the UK on a state visit and will be in Portsmouth today as part of the D-Day commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the allied landings on Normandy.
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