‘Don’t Look Up,’ directed by Oscar winner Adam McKay, is an apocalyptic black comedy starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. This film was supposed to be released in 2020, but it was postponed due to the pandemic. The latest news is that the creators of Don’t Look Up have devised a clever release strategy for December.
This is one of the most well-known multi-starrer films ever made. Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Himesh Patel, Ariana Grande, Matthew Perry, Chris Evans, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Tyler Perry, Scott Mescudi, and Melanie Lynskey are among the cast individuals from Don’t Look Up A first peek teaser for the film was presented at the Tokyo Olympics, as we previously reported.
The teaser trailer, which included more material from the first look presented at the Olympics, was released by Netflix yesterday. Don’t Look Up is a satirical twist on Hollywood’s ‘world is ending’ pattern. Leo and JLaw appeared in the teaser as two low-level astronomers attempting to warn humanity of an incoming comet that will destroy the entire globe.
In the footage, the Titanic star can be seen gasping for air and appearing to be having an anxiety attack. “”Your breathing is worrying me,” Jonah Hill who plays the President’s child and Chief of Staff, ridicules Leo. When the two astronomers express their concerns, Meryl Streep, who plays the President, does not take them seriously.
Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Tyler Perry, Rob Morgan, Mark Rylance, Ron Perlman, and Arianda Grande were among the cast members featured in the trailer. Don’t Look Up, on the other hand, will debut on Netflix this Christmas (December 24), as previously reported. However, the film will be released in a restricted number of cinemas on December 10 in order to be considered for Oscar nominations.
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