Key, Peele & Trevor Noah Swap Killer Grandma Stories On The Daily Show

And promoted their film 'Keanu', a bit.

This week, Key and Peele were on The Daily Show, to promote their new film Keanu. Kind of.

On the show, they spoke about 'code-switching', which is when someone acts differently depending on what cultural situation they're in, because their characters in the film do this (among several other BRILLIANT things).

Peele said: "You talk to your Grandmother differently than you talk to your best friend, or some dudes that are going to kill you on the street".

To which Trevor Noah replied: "My Grandma is all three of those people".

Keanu is out later on this year, about two men who have to pose as drug dealers so they can find a stolen cat. It also features Method Man, Gabriel Union and Will Forte. We can't wait to see it!

Here's the first trailer for the film:

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