For his part, DiCaprio won the best actor Oscar for "The Revenant" in 2015, a film directed by Mexican Alejandro González-Iñárritu.
Director of political biopic Vice, Adam McKay's latest project will be led by one of the most star-studded casts in recent Hollywood history.
Meanwhile, Leonardo was final seen within the Oscar-nominated movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood whereby he performed the function of Rock Dalton. Besides helming and co-generating the highly-awaited project.
Besides Lawrence, previously announced cast members also include Cate Blanchett and Rob Morgan. Apple TELEVISION+ he has a Film dedication, and also will certainly stand in for Martin Scorsese's Western "Killers of the Flower Moon" from February 2021 before the electronic camera.
Filming for the forthcoming comedy drama is shceduled to begin in Boston later this year. Forget The Avengers and Little Women, because we're not sure anything could top the streaming site's new production.
Jennifer Lawrence has been attached to star in this story which will apparently follow two amateur astronomers on a media tour to warn America about an asteroid that's about to destroy the world.
According to a Deadline report that confirmed the news, the film that gathered this insane line-up is a comedy coming to Netflix. As we've seen in The Big Short, Adam will be using several "big name" cameos to add even more intrigue to the upcoming Netflix comedy.
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