“Don’t Look Up”: Netflix Has Released the First Trailer and Stills

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Netflix has released the first trailer and stills

Spleen in “Don’t Look Up”: (vl) Cate Blanchett, Tyler Perry, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.

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“Don’t Look Up” comes with a top class cast. The first trailer and several behind-the-scenes photos are available from Wednesday.

“Don’t Look Up” by director Adam McKay (53, “The Big Short”) has a truly record-breaking top cast. Leonardo DiCaprio (46), Meryl Streep (72), Cate Blanchett (52), Ariana Grande (28), Jennifer Lawrence (31) and Timothée Chalamet (25) were in charge of the science fiction comedy from Netflix’s camera. On Wednesday (September 8), the streaming service published the first trailer and several stills.

in the clip of about 80 seconds Oscar-winning DiCaprio (“The Revenant”) to see astronomer Dr. Randall Mindy. The scientist, who has just made the shocking discovery of a comet hitting Earth with his student Kate DiBiaski (Lawrence), experiences a real panic attack and tries to calm himself with words “You are here now, you are here now”.

DiCaprio and Lawrence fall on deaf ears everywhere

Mindy and DiBiaski, along with US President Jenny Orlean (Streep) and her entourage at the White House, as well as the public, attempt to draw attention to the devastation that comes with a talk show performance. But no one heed his warning. “It will affect the entire planet,” explains DiCaprio’s character in a joint scene with Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep and Jonah Hill (37), who embodies Jason, the president’s son. “Do you know how many ‘world is going to end’ meetings we’ve had over the years?” President Orlean asks firmly.

“Don’t Look Up” Begins on Christmas Eve

Oscar winner Adam McKay not only directed, but also wrote and co-produced Don’t Look Up. Netflix announced the star cast, which also includes “Friends” stars Matthew Perry (52) and Himesh Patel (30), in October last year. Subscribers to the streaming provider will be able to enjoy the eagerly awaited film from Christmas Eve (December 24) – and a debut in theaters is also planned.


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