Jordan Peele has broken another record with his directorial debut, Get Out.

The film, which has captivated audiences with its exploration of race and horror, has now officially made $150 million at the U.S. box office, according to Forbes. This surpasses Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez who made $140 million off The Blair Witch Project in 1999 for highest-grossing debut film ever.

When it surpassed the $100 million mark earlier this year, Get Out gave Peele the highest-grossing debut for a black director and the first such film to collect nine figures.

Get Out is set to hit DVD and Blu-ray in May with a bonus alternate ending.

After an impressive opening weekend at the box office, Jordan Peele’s Get Out continues to captivate audiences through the power of word of mouth and polarizing think pieces, shortly after critics set a fairly unprecedented standard in their reviews.

So much so that the 38-year-old former Key & Peele star has made history with his directorial debut. In just its third weekend in theaters, Get Out has made Peele the first black writer-director to earn $100 million with his debut movie, TheWrap reports.

Get Out blew past its anticipated $24 million opening weekend to achieve a $34 million showing, which set the stage for its current estimated $111 million in domestic ticket sales. He also set a new studio record for Blumhouse in the process.