Don’t Look Up Ending: Everything you should know!
Don’t Look Up is a 2021 American satirical science fiction film written, produced, and directed by Adam McKay. It stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as two astronomers who attempt to warn humanity of an impending comet that will destroy human civilization.
Comet is an analogy to climate change and the film is a satire of government and media apathy towards the climate crisis. The supporting cast includes Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill,
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Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi, Himesh Patel, Melanie Lynskey, along with Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep.
Grande and Mescudi also collaborated on the song “Just Look Up” as part of the film’s soundtrack. The film is dedicated to Hal Willner, who died in 2020.
Don’t Look Up Recap: What happens in the Movie?
In Don’t Look Up, a comet is headed toward Earth and could cause an extinction-level event—the kind of global climate change that the film itself satirizes. Astronomers Dr. Randall Mindy and Kate DiBiaski team up with Dr. Clayton “Teddy” Oglethorpe (Rob Morgan),
Who heads NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office, to try to warn the world about it. The impending disaster is but largely overlooked – both by the people in power in the government and the media.
As well as by the general public. The scientists explain that there is a chance of survival if we all work together as a unified planet, but once again, their arguments are increasingly deaf and hyper-political. It falls on the ears.
Don’t Look Up Ending Explained: What happens with the mission?
“Don’t Look Up” doesn’t break the fourth wall quite as directly as “The Big Short,” in which Margot Robbie spoke directly to the audience with a bubble bath, but it’s so relentless in the way that it toggles between tensions.
Its little human moments rush to the emotional brink, and crazy montages of social media clips are going viral with the heads of our 24-hour media cycle driving the masses to madness.
Ariana Grande stars as a very Ariana-Grande-Esque pop star whose breakup leads to the end of the world as news. At the end of the film, Streep’s character, the narcissistic President Orlean, talks at the White House with billionaire Mark Zuckerberg stand-in Peter Isherwell,
Portrayed brilliantly by Rylance. Peter reveals that he has technology that tells us how and when we will die. Orlean asks how she will die and Peter tells her that she will be eaten by a Brontarok, but they currently do not know what it is.
This turn of events creates a brawl between Mindy and Kate DiBiaski, but—as Bash’s new initiative turns the country against itself—Orlean decides to destroy the comet and “side”.
Launched a literal “Don’t Look Up” campaign. will create jobs from the comet” – Mindy has second thoughts, and is reminiscent of the movie “Network” on the news program The Daily Rip.
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Eventually, Mindy and DiBiaski find each other again as the comet appears in the night sky and team up with Dr. Teddy Oglethorpe to support an alternate mission to sabotage the comet. All the while, BASH prepares to begin its mission to mine the comet.
Jump to the mid-credits scene, and Earth’s elite has emerged from their cryo-chambers on a new planet 22,740 years after a comet struck Earth and destroyed humanity.
While the elite are exploring the colorful alien planet in their birthday suits, President Orlean sees a large, beautiful bird-like creature. She runs towards him excitedly, and she eats him alive.
Peter informs the other nobles that the creature that has just consumed Orlean is called the Brontaroks, while many more Brontaroks turn out to be the wealthy survivors of the apocalypse.
“You can never tell what a movie is going to do culturally, but the ending of this movie is really a smack in the face.” Touching on the climate change metaphor, Lawrence said: “I’m sure I can say this on behalf of everyone.
It’s extremely disappointing to have a city that believes in and fears climate change, But I’m not a part of it – you know, I can’t buy a senator – so we’re absolutely helpless.
Comet DiBiaski Earth despite the Just Look Up campaign’s efforts to inspire world leaders to deal with the apocalyptic disaster collides with. However, efforts by the tech giants to split the comet and use its minerals to profit failed and attempts by other countries to reroute the comet also failed.