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Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence warn the world about giant asteroid in Don't Look Up trailer

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The star-studded cast is bringing the action.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence portray two astronomers racing against time to warn the world about an impending asteroid set to destroy the planet in the first trailer for Don’t Look Up.

Director Adam McKay scrolled through his rolodex of A-listers with a cast including Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Timothee Chalamet, Ariana Grande and Cate Blanchett, to name just a few.

Dynamic duo: Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence portray two astronomers racing against time to warn the world about an impending asteroid set to destroy the planet in the first trailer for Don't Look Up

Dynamic duo: Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence portray two astronomers racing against time to warn the world about an impending asteroid set to destroy the planet in the first trailer for Don’t Look Up

Scary situation: Lawrence portrays an astronomy grad student, Kate Dibiasky

Scary situation: Lawrence portrays an astronomy grad student, Kate Dibiasky

The opening scene showed Leo, who plays a professor named Dr. Randall Mindy, dry heaving in the bathroom while repeating words of affirmation.

‘You’re here now,’ he tried to convince himself before splashing water on his face and returning to a meeting. 

Jonah Hill’s character, political advisor Jason Orlean tells DiCaprio at a sit-down meeting with the president: ‘Your breathing is stressing me out.

Trouble in paradise: The opening scene showed Leo, who plays a professor named Dr. Randall Mindy, dry heaving in the bathroom while repeating words of affirmation

Trouble in paradise: The opening scene showed Leo, who plays a professor named Dr. Randall Mindy, dry heaving in the bathroom while repeating words of affirmation

'You're here now,' he tried to convince himself before splashing water on his face and returning to a meeting

‘You’re here now,’ he tried to convince himself before splashing water on his face and returning to a meeting

Jonah Hill's character, political advisor Jason Orlean tells DiCaprio at a sit-down meeting with the president: 'Your breathing is stressing me out

Jonah Hill’s character, political advisor Jason Orlean tells DiCaprio at a sit-down meeting with the president: ‘Your breathing is stressing me out

'This will affect the entire planet,' Leonardo urges before Hill reiterates: 'I know, but it's like, so stressful'

‘This will affect the entire planet,’ Leonardo urges before Hill reiterates: ‘I know, but it’s like, so stressful’

Travel time: Their characters tour the country attempting to explain the massive event that's about to crash into the planet

Travel time: Their characters tour the country attempting to explain the massive event that’s about to crash into the planet

‘This will affect the entire planet,’ Leonardo urges before Hill reiterates: ‘I know, but it’s like, so stressful.’

After finding out the extent of devastation on its way, DiCaprio and Lawrence grab a table for a quick bite to eat at a local restaurant. 

‘Can I get one more ice water,’ he asks a waitress at a diner.

‘I’ll get two more glasses of white wine,’ Lawrence said. ‘And I don’t need the judgey face.’ 

After finding out the extent of devastation on its way, DiCaprio and Lawrence grab a table for a quick bite to eat at a local restaurant

After finding out the extent of devastation on its way, DiCaprio and Lawrence grab a table for a quick bite to eat at a local restaurant

'I'll get two more glasses of white wine,' Lawrence said. 'And I don't need the judgey face'

‘I’ll get two more glasses of white wine,’ Lawrence said. ‘And I don’t need the judgey face’

Don't you understand: Back in the oval office, Lawrence encourages the room to reconsider the lackluster interest in total devastation

Don’t you understand: Back in the oval office, Lawrence encourages the room to reconsider the lackluster interest in total devastation

'There's a comet headed directly towards Earth,' she said.

‘There’s a comet headed directly towards Earth,’ she said.

'You know how many "the world is ending" meetings we've had over the last two years?' Meryl asked

‘You know how many “the world is ending” meetings we’ve had over the last two years?’ Meryl asked

'Drought, famine, hole in the ozone ... it's so boring,' Hill's character lamented before throwing his head back on the couch

‘Drought, famine, hole in the ozone … it’s so boring,’ Hill’s character lamented before throwing his head back on the couch

Back in the oval office, Lawrence encourages the room to reconsider the lackluster interest in total devastation. 

‘There’s a comet headed directly towards Earth,’ she said. 

‘You know how many “the world is ending” meetings we’ve had over the last two years?’ Meryl asked.

Director Adam McKay scrolled through his rolodex of A-listers with a cast including Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Timothee Chalamet (pictured) and Cate Blanchett, to name just a few

Director Adam McKay scrolled through his rolodex of A-listers with a cast including Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Timothee Chalamet (pictured) and Cate Blanchett, to name just a few

All-stars: Written and directed by McKay, the Netflix film also stars Ron Perlman, Kid Cudi, Gina Gershon and Tyler Perry, and is set for a Dec. 10 theatrical release before heading to the streaming service on Dec. 24

All-stars: Written and directed by McKay, the Netflix film also stars Ron Perlman, Kid Cudi, Gina Gershon and Tyler Perry, and is set for a Dec. 10 theatrical release before heading to the streaming service on Dec. 24

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‘Drought, famine, hole in the ozone … it’s so boring,’ Hill’s character lamented before throwing his head back on the couch.

Written and directed by McKay, the Netflix film also stars Ron Perlman, Kid Cudi, Gina Gershon and Tyler Perry, and is set for a Dec. 10 theatrical release before heading to the streaming service on Dec. 24.

‘Adam has an unparalleled ability to spark conversation with humor and timely stories,’ DiCaprio recently told PEOPLE. 

‘I knew when I read his script that it was incredibly unique, as it struck an important chord concerning the modern world we live in. Adam has woven an incredibly timely message about society, how we communicate, our current priorities, and the climate crisis into an absurdly funny yet important movie.’

'Adam has woven an incredibly timely message about society, how we communicate, our current priorities, and the climate crisis into an absurdly funny yet important movie,' DiCaprio recently told PEOPLE

‘Adam has woven an incredibly timely message about society, how we communicate, our current priorities, and the climate crisis into an absurdly funny yet important movie,’ DiCaprio recently told PEOPLE

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