“Don't Look Up” Trailer: Watch Ariana Grande, Timotheé Chalamet, J-Law & More

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What would you do if you found out that a giant comet was heading rapidly towards planet Earth? In the first trailer for Don’t Look Up, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence co-star as a pair of astronomers who discover just that – and commence having panic attacks in bathrooms/hitting the wine at lunch as a result.

Their next step: heading out on a “giant media tour” to warn the rest of humanity that the collision to due to happen in six months’ time. The only difficulty is: no one else seems to care about their findings, including the President of the United States (Meryl Streep). “Do you know how many the-world-is-ending meetings we’ve had over the last two years?” she says in a distinctly Miranda Priestly tone, while her Chief of Staff (Jonah Hill) warns DiCaprio, “Your breathing is stressing me out.”

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DON'T LOOK UP

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In cinemas from December 10 (and available to stream via Netflix from December 24), the satirical comedy is guaranteed to be one of the most-discussed films of the year – and not just because it marks Lawrence’s return to acting. Among the dazzling supporting cast? Cate Blanchett and Tyler Perry as the hosts of peppy morning show The Daily Rip, and Rob Morgan as a fellow astronomer who tries to help DiCaprio’s Dr Randall Mindy and Lawrence’s Kate Dibiasky get their message out. Oh, and Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, and Kid Cudi will all make cameos, as well.

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DON'T LOOK UP

Niko Tavernise/Netflix

Don’t Look Up is just the first of many projects that Lawrence has in the pipeline right now. Not only will she play Elizabeth Holmes in a biopic also directed by McKay, she has wrapped filming Broadway director Lila Neugebauer’s first picture Red, White and Water, about a soldier trying to readjust to life in America after experiencing severe head trauma in Afghanistan. (Lawrence’s company, Excellent Cadaver, also produced the film.)

Meanwhile, she’s collaborating with Paolo Sorrentino on Mob Girl, in which she will star as real-life mafia informant Arlyne Brickman in a drama based on Pulitzer Prize-winner Teresa Carpenter’s biography, A Woman’s Life in the Underworld. Welcome back, Jen. The red carpet has been significantly less entertaining without you.

This article first appeared in British Vogue.

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