Netflix has launched a new clip of Do not Look Up, the upcoming satire disaster movie from Adam McKay that adheres to 2 researchers who should notify the world that an Earth-destroying asteroid is coming. Netflix exposed this clip as part of Tudum, its streaming digital fan event.

In Do not Look Up, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play astronomers who start a media tour to tell people regarding a meteor that s anticipated to collapse into Earth. Meryl Streep plays the Head of state of the USA, with Jonah Hill playing her Chief of Team as they– as well as the rest of the nation– intentional over what to do and even recognize if there s an issue. In the newly released clip, DiCaprio and Lawrence nervously obtain an audience with Streep as well as Hill, yet the administration can t be bothered to take the astronomers concern about a 100% assurance of disaster seriously. Rather, they promptly downgrade the circumstance s condition to stick around and assess.

Various other heavyweights in the set cast include Rob Morgan, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothee Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, and Scott Mescudi Also Known As Child Cudi.

McKay, that has a lengthy history in directing screwball comedies such as Anchorman and Step Sibling, is continuing his touch of somewhat even more severe fare that he established with The Huge Short as well as Vice. McKay previously has claimed Do not Look Up obtains a trope from Jaws where the mayor denies the existence of an awesome shark, despite proof being all around him. In Don t Search for, people don t wish to believe the meteor is coming, even though professionals state it is.

We can t even speak to each various other any longer. We can t also agree. So it s regarding climate change, yet at its origin [Don t Search for is] regarding what has the web, what have mobile phone, what has the contemporary globe done to the way we connect, McKay informed Collider.

Do not Search for is due out December 24 solely on Netflix.