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 It’s October 2020. A pandemic is raging. And 603 people enter a bubble in Boston. Their mission? Make a movie. Their world? Chaos. It feels like it might be... The Last Movie Ever Made. This is a podcast about what happened when the cast and crew of the movie Don’t Look Up created a story about one crisis – while living through another. Coming January 7, 2022. 
1. The Titanic Band

1. The Titanic Band

2022-01-0737:461

A question is rolling inside Adam McKay’s brain: If danger comes, will people respond? He writes a comet disaster comedy, and sets off to make it. Then, a pandemic hits.  A new question haunts McKay: Am I out of my mind?
How do you plan for the unknown? You surround yourself with people you trust. McKay assembles his A-Team, and they create a COVID-safe bubble in Boston. Filming begins, and 603 cast and crew tell a story about one crisis while living through another.
Meryl Streep joins the bubble, and improv takes over the Oval Office. Boston winter freezes lips. Later, a car dealership becomes a soundstage, where Tyler Perry and Cate Blanchett play vapid for daytime television.
4. A Song is Born

4. A Song is Born

2022-01-2137:25

Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi join forces with lyricist Taura Stinson and composer Nicholas Britell to create the ultimate pop anthem for Don’t Look Up. Outside the film’s bubble, news from the U.S. Capitol forces difficult questions about life imitating art.
In the immediate aftermath of the Insurrection, Don’t Look Up’s cast and crew must rally… to shoot a riot scene of their own. When the dust settles, our team faces the biggest technical challenge of production: it’s time to film the Riley Bina concert, and Ariana Grande (and her Valentino dress) must fly. 
6. Apocalypse Vow

6. Apocalypse Vow

2022-02-0447:20

Jennifer Lawrence and Timothée Chalamet kiss; the film’s intimacy coordinator imparts some wisdom. Leonardo DiCaprio helps choose the soundtrack to the end of the world. Adam McKay discusses last suppers and last-chance questions. And Don’t Look Up finds more than one natural end. 
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