Hola Netflix lovers!!!
Seems like we are not the only one who is hit hard by the pandemic and lockdown thing. Famous stars and actors are also on the list who are yearning to go back to shooting. That’s why when Academy Award winner, Adam McKay proposed them a film, then many of the stars immediately nodded in doing Netflix film “Don’t Look up”.
Cast and director of “Don’t look up”:
Now, get, set, and ready to know the name of the stars? The cast of “Don’t Lookup” is iconic- Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Himesh Patel, Timothee Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, Matthew Perry, and at last Tomer Sisley.
And the film will be produced and directed under Hyperobject Industries Banner by Adam McKay along with Kevin Messick.
The plot of the movie:
From the sources, only a short plot of the movie has been revealed. The movie is going to revolve around two fresher astronomers who kept their life on the edge by informing the media and the public about the asteroid that was approaching the earth and had the potential to destroy it. The film is appearing to be different from Adam’s former nonfiction movies- The Big Short and Vice.
The shooting of the movie is expected to start by the end of this pandemic year.
Leonardo DiCaprio, is one of the prominent actors by the inning Academy Award, is going to do debut on Netflix with this movie and his next project will be “Killers of the flower moon” by Martin Scorsese in which his co-star will be Robert DeNiro.
Meryl Streep is the shining star of Hollywood who has tasted the fame by winning Oscar awards three times. Her future project is filled with Netflix’s “The Prom” by Ryan Murphy.
Timothee Chalamet is very famous and is considered a role model by the younger generations. And his pocket is also filled with “Dune” by Denis Villeneuve and “The French Dispatch”.
If we talk about the works of Adam McKey, then he has directed “The Other Guys” and “Step Brothers” and in television ventures, it comes “Funny and Die Presents” and “Succession”. His project “The Big Shorts” was an Oscar winning movie.