Jennifer Lawrence will headline Don’t Look Up, a Netflix blockbuster co-starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet and Chris Evans. The filming has been temporarily suspended, since the actress has suffered an accident during the recording.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the news, which was initially teased by TMZ. The publication revealed that Lawrence suffered minor injuries after a controlled explosion that blew several glass pieces. The scene in question featured both Lawrence and Chalamet. Apparently the interpreter has suffered minor injuries to her eyelids. Production was temporarily suspended but the star returned to the set this Monday, February 8.
The Adam McKay-directed film follows two scientists played by Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio, who discover that a meteorite will hit Earth in six months and go on a media tour to try to warn the world, but find themselves with an unreceptive and unreceptive population. skeptical. The cast is completed by Jonah Hill, Rob Morgan, Himesh Patel, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, Matthew Perry and Tomer Sisley.
“The fact that Netflix views this movie as a global comedy sets the bar very high for me and my team in an exciting and motivating way,” McKay previously said of the movie.
Viewers last saw Lawrence in 2019 in X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Her next projects are Red, White and Water, which will premiere in 2021; Mob Girl, directed by Paolo Sorrentino; and Bad Blood, in which she will return to work under McKay.