Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi: If you didn't know it's about a movie, it could be a list of Oscar winners as well as musical contributions to be at the Oscar. And speaking of Oscar: the director is also an Oscar winner. Naturally.

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Netflix is ​​reaching for the stars, and quite literally in the upcoming movie Don't look up. The science fiction comedy is supposed to be about a group of astronomers who represent the population of the earth before one imminent meteorite impact want to warn. The film is currently in post-production and will be 2021 on Netflix land; when exactly is not yet known.

What is special about the film is not only the original story, but also that sheer huge line-up of Hollywood stars. In addition to Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet and Cate Blanchett, music stars Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi will also be featured in the film. You may also like Himesh Patel Tenet recognize, or Matthew Perry from Friends (yes, the series!) and Rob Morgan out Stranger Things and Marvel's Daredevil.

Is directed Adam McKay lead who already won an Oscar for The big short was allowed to take home and a little later Vice – the second man turned. Oh, and if you do Ant-Man liked – the humorous script was also from McKay.

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Such a star cast is a specialty even for Netflix, but it also shows where film, television and cinema are increasingly moving to. This is not the first time that the streaming service has released films that we would almost certainly have seen in the cinema a few years ago: And especially in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, there are currently no signs of a retroactive trend.

Marina Hansel
Marina Hansel, GIGA expert for horror, RPGs, Dead By Daylight and Minecraft.

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