Fans all make the same joke as Get Out star named Arsenal documentary narrator
There's not much for Arsenal fans to smile about at the moment, and the club's new Amazon documentary isn't likely to change that.
But at least they can see the funny side of Get Out actor Daniel Kaluuya being named as the narrator for the series, which will chart the club's tumultuous season on and off the field. Kaluuya, an Arsenal fan, will provide the voiceover for a campaign that looks set to end in Champions League disappointment for the Gunners.
Kaluuya is probably best known for his role in the 2017 horror film Get Out. Playing the role of a boyfriend who discovers increasingly unhinged things about his girlfriend's family, the London-born star's character lets his feelings known with alarming facial expressions.
Gunners fans reckon his acting skills required for Get Out should give him a good grounding when it comes to the All Or Nothing doc, which is due out in August.
"He's gonna have the same facial expressions as he did in the movie Get Out," wrote one Arsenal fan. As another said: "Amazed Daniel Kaluuya found a project more terrifying than Get Out."
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A third person said: "How apt that 'GET OUT' actor Daniel Kaluuya is narrating Arsenal's 'All Or Nothing.'" A different social media user added: "Daniel Kaluuya is the narrator for Arsenal's All or Nothing then. Was probably more personally painful doing this for him than Get Out."
The All or Nothing documentary will give Arsenal fans behind the scenes access to the club's tumultuous 2021-22 season and is set to capture all of the campaign's most dramatic moments.
Gunners supporters will be hoping for insight on their team's dreadful start to the season, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's exit to Barcelona and their quest to qualify for the Champions League.
Their bid to return to Europe's top competitions looks to end in failure after back-to-back defeats against Newcastle and Tottenham. Mikel Arteta's side need to beat Everton and hope Spurs lose to already-relegated Norwich on the final day of the season if they are to salvage their European dream.
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