Netflix promised a massive film each week in 2021, and it is clearly decided to finish the year with its most ostentatious film but. The streaming service has posted a teaser trailer for Don’t Look Up, a satire the place “star-studded cast” is an understatement. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio as a grad pupil and professor who try desperately to warn the general public of a life-ending comet in an period the place 24-hour information and social media lead to gnat-like consideration spans. Those two are simply the beginning of the headliners, although — seemingly everybody concerned is a massive title.
Meryl Streep is the President and counts Jonah Hill as her son, whereas Cate Blanchett and Tyler Perry host a relentlessly optimistic morning present. The flick additionally options Ron Perlman, Mark Rylance, Dune‘s Timothée Chalamet and even two pop stars (Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi), amongst others. The Big Short‘s Adam McKay directed and wrote the title.
Don’t Look Up reaches Netflix on December twenty fourth, however it’s arriving in “select” theaters on December tenth. The company is clearly hoping for extra Oscars glory on condition that timing. Not that Netflix will want important reward. The film-a-week technique has revolved round engaging viewers with star energy, even in “dead” months like January — any statuettes from late-2021 releases are simply a bonus.
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