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“Don’t Look Up”: Meryl Streep thought the PRAISE of Jennifer Lawrence and Jonah Hill was an OUTRAGE; Understand!

“Don’t Look Up” is one of December’s most popular films and features a star-studded cast including Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Jonah Hill.

In the plot, DiCaprio and Lawrence play two astronomers, who embark on a press tour to warn of an asteroid that will destroy the planet.

Streep, meanwhile, plays the President of the United States, who must contend with the euphoria brought on by the couple’s revelation.

As in almost every movie, “Don’t Look Up” has a fun behind-the-scenes story starring Streep, Lawrence, and Hill.

Throughout their work, Lawrence and Hill have consistently referred to Streep as GOAT, which stands for Greatest of all Time… However, the word also means goat or goat, in English.

Needless to say, what a mess this caused, didn’t it? It’s because Streep thought her classmates were insulting her, calling her a bitch.

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But of course she was flattered by the compliment after it was all cleared up.

The story was shared by Lawrence when he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and also by Hill when he appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Bringing up the subject, Lawrence said:

“As soon as we got down to business we immediately called Meryl GOAT… We were doing a photoshoot and I said something like, ‘Hey GOAT…’ And Meryl kind of said, ‘That’s right, tell the old goat where to go. ‘ And I said, ‘Meryl, you know GOAT stands for Best of All Time, right?’ And she said, ‘Ohhhhh! Not! Are you serious? ‘”

Hill gave his version saying:

“To me, Meryl is the GOAT. She is the greatest of all time. So all week I said, ‘Working with Meryl is the best thing for me. She is the GOAT ‘. One day we were at a press conference and she said to me, ‘Jonah was too suspicious of me, he called me a bitch all week.’ And she’s so sweet that she doesn’t even take offense! And Jennifer said, ‘No, Meryl, did you forget? GOAT is the best ever.

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Directed by Adam McKay (“The Big Bet”), the Netflix sci-fi satire split reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and opened with a 63% approval rating, with a 6.40 / 10 rating.

By general consensus, “‘Don’t Look Up’ is aiming for something too big to consistently land, but McKay’s satire serves its purpose of collective denial.”

Check out the main comments below:

“‘Don’t look up’, it’s all about science, baby” – Reverse.

“Definitely one of the worst movies of 2021 – an arrogant and unbearable mess” – Midwest Film Journal.

“The concept of the film could be very practical – in safe hands” – Globe and Mail.

“’Don’t Look Up’ is perhaps the funniest movie of 2021 – and the most depressing too” – San Francisco Chronicle.

“A film with all the good things to say […], but conceived in such a clumsy satire that it is enough to turn an environmentalist into a pro-deforestation. – TheWrap.

Recall that the film is scheduled to premiere on December 24.

The large cast includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi, Himesh Patel, Melanie Lynskey, Michael Chiklis, Tomer Sisley, Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep.

Astronomy student Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence) and her teacher Dr Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio) discover that a comet is about to collide with Earth, but no one seems to care . Alerting humanity to the fatal impact of a boulder the size of Mount Everest will not be easy. With the help of Dr Oglethorpe (Rob Morgan), they embark on a media tour of the office of indifferent President Orlean (Meryl Streep) and her sycophantic son Jason (Jonah Hill) on The Daily Rip, a morning show. humorous hosted by Brie (Cate Blanchett) and Jack (Tyler Perry). Just six months away from the crash, grabbing the attention of the media and a social media obsessed audience is proving to be an incredibly comedic challenge – what will it take to get the world to look up?

The film will be streaming on December 24, 2021, just in time to earn awards season nominations.

McKay is no stranger to high-caliber productions, having directed the incredible “The Big Bet” (which won five Oscar nominations, including Best Picture) and “Vice”, which won the statuette. of the best makeup and hairstyle.

McKay joins as a producer alongside Kevin Messick.

DON’T LOOK FOR, JENNIFER LAWRENCE as KATE DIBIASKY. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DON’T LOOK OUT, MELANIE LYNSKEY as JUNE MINDY Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DON’T SEARCH, TAKE SISLEY as ADUL GRELIO. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DO NOT LOOK FOR, RON PERLMAN as COLONEL DRASK Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DO NOT LOOK FOR, HIMESH PATEL as PHILLIP. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DON’T LOOK FOR, ROB MORGAN as DR. OGLETHROPE “TEDDY” CLAYTON. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DON’T LOOK OUT, MICHAEL CHIKLIS as DAN PAWKETTY. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DO NOT LOOK FOR (left to right) SCOTT MESCUDI (KID CUDI) with DJ CHELLO, ARIANA GRANDE and RILEY BINA. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DO NOT LOOK FOR, TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET in YULE. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
DO NOT LOOK FOR, MERYL STREEP as PRESIDENT JANIE ORLEAN. Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021
Do not look (from left to right) CATE BLANCHETT as BRIE EVANTEE, TYLER PERRY as JACK BREMMER, LEONARDO DICAPRIO as DR. RANDALL MINDY, JENNIFER LAWRENCE as KATE DIBIASKY, Cr. NIKO TAVERNISE / NETFLIX © 2021

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