One of the great strategies of Netflix is to sign a lot of talent at the stroke of the checkbook, whether in directing, production or actors. But now they've gathered a ton of stars in a new sci-fi comedy.
A while ago Jennifer Lawrence She said she wanted to take some time and that's why we haven't seen her since it was released X-Men: Dark Phoenix. But it looks like she's now ready to return with a sci-fi comedy directed by Adam McKay, titled Don’t Look Up (Don't look up) to Netflix. But she will not be alone because next to her she will have a stellar cast consisting of Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Himesh Patel, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, Matthew Perry Y Tomer Sisley.
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Few movies have had such a constellation of stars, let's hope the story is good, because it could break audience records for the Netflix platform.
What will the movie be about?
Jennifer Lawrence (X-Men: First Class, The Hunger Games) will star in this Netflix sci-fi satire, which tells the story of two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour around the world to warn humanity of a meteorite is approaching and will destroy the Earth. Adam McKay has written the script and will direct and produce the film under his company Hyperobject Industries alongside Kevin Messick.
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Apparently most of the cast have been attached to the Netflix project for quite some time, but Leonardo Dicaprio he wasn't sure he could commit when he still had Killers of the Flower Moon of Martin Scorsese on your agenda. A story about one of the Osage tribe members in the United States who are murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, sparking a major FBI investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover.
The film production of Don’t Look Up of Netflix it was originally scheduled to begin in April. But that never happened because of the global pandemic caused by the Coronavirus. But now with the cast confirmed, they will surely start shooting very soon.
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