What time does Don’t Look Up come out on Netflix?
The much anticipated Netflix original film, Don't Look Up will make its debut in theaters and on the streaming platform in the coming weeks. Here are the details.
The much anticipated Netflix original film Don’t Look Up will make its debut in theaters on 10 December, and be able for streaming on Netflix just a few weeks later on 24 December.
The film follows two astronomers who attempt to warn humanity about a large comet heading towards earth. After discovering a comet that will end life on earth as we know it, junior astronomers Kate Dibiasky and Randall Mindy are not believed. They must embark on a nationwide media campaign to try and avert the destruction of Earth.
The star-studded cast includes many popular names, including Academy Award winners Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and more.
When director and producer Adam McKay was asked about how he got so many A-list actors to work on this film he said: “Honestly, I’m still in complete shock that we got all these megastars to agree to do this in the first place. We initially sent the script around in early 2020. Jen Lawrence was the first one we went out to and was the first to sign on. Then Leo agreed, then Jonah, and Meryl. At a certain point my casting director said it was getting ridiculous."
Where will Don’t Look Up be playing in theaters?
The film will hit theater screens on Friday 10 December nationwide.
How did the pandemic impact the filming of the movie?
The film is being released much later than what was initially anticipated because of the pandemic. While filming had initially been planned for April 2020 but did not start until November of that year to begin.