Don’t Look Up Trailer: Leonardo DiCaprio-Jennifer Lawrence Starrer Looks Astronomically Good

Don’t Look Up trailer looks astronomically good promising us an enjoyable science fiction weaved with black comedy. The upcoming 2021 film is written, directed and produced by NBC’s Saturday Night Live’s head writer Adam McKay, so we don’t doubt for a moment that any stone on comedy will be left unturned. The film also has an ensemble cast which is headlined by ‘The Revenant’ actor Leonardo DiCaprio and ‘Hunger Games’ star Jennifer Lawrence, who play two low-level astronomers barking to save the world.

Daredevil’s Rob Morgan, The Wolf of Wall Street’s Jonah Hill, Dune’s Timothée Chalamet, Thor: Ragnarok’s Cate Blanchett and the legendary icon Meryl Streep make up the stellar cast for the film. Produced by Hyperobject Industries and Bluegrass Films, the film is scheduled to get a limited theatrical release but, the trailer gives us enough reasons to watch it on the big screen.

The “Be All End All” event of the year is here as Leo and Jen, try to convince the world of the threat of an incoming comet that has the potential to destroy the entire planet and make us meet our death. But are people ready to take them seriously? Hitched with hilarious performances by power-hungry Jonah Hill and Meryl Streep and everyone blowing off their serious research, our protagonists desperately go out of the way to leak the information of the world dying.

An ensemble cast blessed with Academy award winners and nominees, the Don’t Look Up trailer is a thrilling black comedy that is waiting to lighten and, well, darken our lives based on true events that haven’t happened- yet!

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Are we going to ‘sit tight and assess’? Or, can we save the world?

Check out the Don’t Look Up trailer below:

The film will be released on limited big screens on December 10, 2021. However, Don’t Look Up will land up on Netflix for worldwide viewing on December 24, 2021.

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