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Fans Find Flaw in DiCaprio's 'Don't Look Up' - Director's Reply

Fans Find Flaw in DiCaprio’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ – Director’s Reply

The satirical “Don’t Look Up” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence was one of Netflix’s most popular productions in days.Builder: AP/Nico Tavernes

The black comedy “Don’t Look” has been showing since Christmas Eve Netflix Available and immediately made a strong impact: The movie is currently an indispensable part of the streaming service’s Top 10 Insider. The cast is really impressive, because from Leonardo DiCaprio to Jennifer Lawrence to Meryl Streep and Timothée Chalamet, world stars give each other the handle in front of the camera.

However, even at such a high level of production, bugs can still creep in. This week, for example, a viewer discovered a potential editing error in Don’t Search. Shortly thereafter, he answered Social media None other than director Adam McKay.

‘Don’t look up’ seems to show more than intended

Shortly after the release of Netflix, Tiktok user Ben Köhler made an interesting remark. He shared on the platform an excerpt from the film where parts of the “Don’t Look Up” crew could be seen, to which he briefly commented with “Oopsy”. Whether the moment was really intended by the creators is very doubtful.

Tiktok user has a possible error "do not search" Discover.

A Tiktok user has discovered a possible bug in “Don’t Look Up”.Bild: Tiktok screenshot

In addition, Tiktoker said, “Okay, guys, I just watched ‘Don’t Look Up’.” And at 1 hour 28 minutes 10 seconds Looks like you could see the entire movie crew standing here for about three or four frames.And he went on to speculate: “Maybe they’re thinking: ‘Oh, they might not even notice.’ Yeah.”

Netflix manager answers

In the end, even “Don’t Look Up” maker Adam McKay recognized this tip and insisted on getting it straight. employment Twitter He admitted that the scene was originally an oversight but was eventually left out on purpose for a reason:

“A good eye! We intentionally left the clip with the crew to celebrate the extraordinary movie experience.”

In fact, the song “Don’t Look For” lingers almost the entire time: two astronomers (played by DiCaprio and Lawrence) try to convince residents that an asteroid will soon be everything. life It will destroy the Earth, but the reactions of the public and even the President of the United States (played by Streep) to the urgent warning leave much to be desired. So humanity is racing towards its end relentlessly. The conflict the film depicts is read as a reference to man-made climate change.

While sarcasm can’t convince all viewers (lack of subtlety is criticized, for example), Netflix’s charts speak for themselves. language. Rangert Momentan “Don’t look” at Germany In second place after “Cobra Kai”. They were vigilant fans Also elsewhere, by the way: “Friends” actor Matthew Perry was supposed to appear as Dan Pawketty in “Don’t Look Up”, but the audience suddenly couldn’t see the actor in final form. A Reddit user complained about it: “Man, this is really disgusting.”