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EXCLUSIVE: After the success of don’t look up Netflix And Adam McKay are getting back together as streamer has acquired Adam McKay’s new star-studded directorial. Average height, average build. It stars Robert Pattinson, Amy Adams, Robert Downey Jr., Forest Whitaker and Danielle Deadwyler. McKay, who wrote the screenplay, will direct and produce under his Hyperobject Industries banner alongside Kevin Messick.
Just like the series designed by McKay successor and his films Don’t look up And The great short film told entertaining stories that reflect what’s going on in the world, Average height, average build Sounds like a pretty brilliant marriage of a black comedy premise and the corruption that’s rampant in politics.
Pattinson will play a serial killer who hires a lobbyist (Adams) to change laws that will allow him to get away with murder more easily. Downey plays the role of a retired cop who won’t give up on the killings, and the killer tries to stop him from pursuing his lead after he hangs up his gun. The serial killer turns into a cause celebre, a Mr. Smith goes to Washington Figure that hides his true motives.
McKay pitched the project right after the Oscars, and after taking his time figuring out where the film would be best suited, he decided to return to where his most recent feature film was released. Don’t look up. The star-studded film is the second most popular Netflix film of all time globally, having been watched for almost 360 million hours in the first 28 days of its release. It reached #1 in 92 countries. Don’t Look Up received four Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and won Best Original Screenplay at the Writers Guild of America Awards. McKay won the Academy Award, BAFTA and WGA for Best Adapted Screenplay The great short film along with his co-author Charles Randolph