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Don't Look Up (Netflix) : avez-vous repéré cette boulette dans le film d'Adam McKay ? © Netflix Do not Look Up (Netflix): Have you spotted this dumpling in Adam McKay's movie? You are probably within this mounting error in Don't Look up: Cosmic denial, broadcast on Netflix since December 24th. This is not the case of an American director who shared his discovery on social networks!

Available on Netflix From Christmas Eve, The Film Don't Look Up: Cosmic Denial greatly reacting users. According to the British daily The Independent, it is precisely one of them, Ben Köhler, who revealed on Tik Tok a big dumpling of production in this satirical film that stages two astronomers , embodied by Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio , attempting to make the lands understand that a comet is preparing to destroy the planet. The error in question is visible at the 88th minute of the Adam McKay film, in the background of a scene where, one can see several masked technicians, which should never have appeared in the final assembly.

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Do not Look Up : Adam McKay Edge Error or Wink?

itself director If we believe his account TIK TOK, Ben Köhler isolated the scene with, for legend, a simple "oopsy". Obviously, this remark has largely been resumed on social networks and in the media to reach Adam McKay's ears, which is justified on Twitter and explains that this error would actually be totally assumed by the filmmaker of Vice: " Well seen! We left this failed in order to commemorate the strange experience of filming ". At a press conference in December, Jennifer Lawrence and the director had already returned to the rather epic conditions of film filming, hit hard by the pandemic.

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Blowjob initially planned in the spring of 2020, the shots had indeed been shifted to November 2020 for an exit of the film scheduled for a year later. "We were in the middle of a pandemic, without vaccine at that time we had to wear completely crazy masks, be remote from each other, with areas to be respected, but everyone did it and managed to find ways to be creative ", already told Adam McKay, visibly marked by this experience. It remains to be seen whether it is a real tribute assumed or a diverted error ...

Good Eye! WE LEFT THAT BLIP OF THE CREW IN ON PURPOSE TO COMMORATE THE STRANGE FILMING EXPERIENCE. #dontlookup https://t.co/7w4epkhm3v

- Adam McKay (@ghostpanther) December 29, 2021

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