Chris Evans has joined the already packed cast of Adam McKay’s Sci-Fi Comedy, “Don’t Look Up” which boasts of it’s A-list actors from Hollywood giant, Leonardo DiCaprio to the “positions” singer, Ariana Grande.
What is this star-studded flick “Don’t Look Up”?
The odd combo of, Sci-Fi & Comedy will be seen in Adam McKay’s upcoming Netflix film, “Don’t Look Up” which will see the upcoming “Killers of the Flower Moon” star, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as the lead, playing the role of two undervalued astronomers who discover that an asteroid is on it’s way to Earth, so they set out to warn mankind of the impending danger that will end all life on Earth, through a media tour. Chris Evans has also joined the star-studded cast which includes, the glorious Meryl Streep who will play the role of the President of The United States of America, the hilarious Jonah Hill as her son and as well as her chief of staff, which she confirmed in an interview with Stephen Colbert. In addition, Cate Blanchett, the Dune star Timothee Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Rob Morgan, Himesh Patel, the rap legend- Kid Cudi, Friends star Matthew Perry, and Tomer Sisley, are all confirmed but their roles are unknown.
While the shooting has started in Boston, with Chris Evans being spotted arriving on the set of “Don’t Look Up” and taking a Covid test according to the procedures, but what role will the upcoming “Gray man” star play is not known as of yet. Leonardo DiCaprio be and Jennifer Lawrence were also spotted last week on the set and let’s just say they did not look like the stars of Hollywood, as their look for the film completely changed them, especially Leo.
Chris Evans won’t be busy with just this one project as he is also a part of another big movie.
Chris Evans will voice Buzz Lightyear in the character’s solo flick
Chris Evans will go to infinity and beyond as he will voice the beloved Toy Story character, Buzz Lightyear in an upcoming titular film from Disney and Pixar. Chris Evans will be replacing the original voice behind Buzz from the previous films, Tim Allen. This is due to the film focusing on the original character of Buzz Lightyear and his adventures, of which the toy which is seen in the Toy Story series is based on.