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Make sure that you don't miss one of the best satire films in ages. Find out where you can stream all of 'Don't Look Up' entirely for free online.

‘Don’t Look Up’ Free Online: Where to Watch Streaming?

It’s Don’t Look Up time! The anticipated sequel to Don’t Look Up has finally been announced, and the release date is set for December 2021. The original was released in 1999, but Keanu Reeves’s movie will be available for streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, or HBO Max.

It’s hard to keep up with so many new movies coming out this year-but luckily, there are plenty of ways you can watch Don’t Look Up online right now without paying a dime.

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123Movies is a great way to watch Don’t Look Up online for free. They offer various streaming options, including the full movie in HD quality. You can also watch Don’t Look Up on Reddit, where users have uploaded the entire film.

Based on a story by director Adam McKay, Don’t Look Up revolves around two low-level astronomers who are on a giant media tour to warn people about the approaching comet that could possibly destroy the planet. Only, nobody takes them seriously.

‘Don’t Look Up’ release date

The worldwide Don’t Look Up release date actually comes in two stages. Firstly it will be shown in select cinemas from Friday Dec.10 2021. Then the original movie will make its streaming debut two weeks later on Netflix on Friday Dec. 24, aka Christmas Eve, as part of Netflix’s Christmas TV offering.

Where to Watch Don’t Look Up

Lost In Space Season 3 will be released exclusively in theaters, meaning there will be no day-and-date release on any streaming platform.

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Is Don’t Look Up on Hulu?

Hulu’s impressive content catalog does not contain ‘Don’t Look Up.’ For subscribers looking for a similar religious-themed film, we recommend watching ‘Silence‘ about two Christian missionaries whose search for their mentor in 17th century Japan tests their faith.

Is Don’t Look Up on Netflix?

‘Don’t Look Up’ is currently not a part of the streaming giant’s entertainment collection. Instead, subscribers of the service can check out ‘Angela’s Christmas,’ which follows the eponymous character whose trip to a church on Christmas eve leads to the inception of a strange idea.

Is Don’t Look Up on Amazon Prime?

‘Don’t Look Up’ is presently not available on the platform. Instead, you can stream ‘The Life of Jesus,’ a retelling of Jesus’ time on earth through the eyes of apostle John.

Don’t Look Up On HBO MAX?

No. Don’t Look Up is a Netflix movie, not a Warner Bros. movie, and therefore will not be streaming on HBO Max when it opens in theaters. While HBO Max—which is owned by Warner Media—has been the streaming home for Warner Bros. movies like The Suicide Squad, it will not be the streaming home for MGM movies like Don’t Look Up.

‘Don’t Look Up’ cast

Anyone who’s anyone seems to be among the star-studded cast of Don’t Look Up, including four Oscar winners!

Jennifer Lawrence, best known for X-Men, American Hustle and The Hunger Games, plays an astronomy grad student Kate Dibiasky in her first major movie since 2019’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

“Kate’s a truth teller” says  Jennifer Lawrence. “So when she tries to tell this news to the rest of the world and is met with resistance, or just complete and utter disbelief, it’s really upsetting. You can really see the way she gets a hard look at life in the public and on social media.”

Don’t Look Up about?

The film follows a pair of astronauts who are trying to warn humanity that an asteroid is hurtling toward planet Earth and they only have six months left.

Leo and J Law play the leads, a pair of low-level scientists who, upon discovering that a meteor will strike the Earth in six months, go on a media tour to try to warn the world, but find an unreceptive and unbelieving populace.

In February 2020, writer McKay spoke of his excitement to have Jennifer Lawrence onboard, telling Deadline, “I’m so thrilled to make this movie with Jen Lawrence. She’s what folks in the 17th century used to call ‘a dynamite talent’.

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