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Adam McKay responds as eagle-eyed viewers spot an ‘editing mistake’ in Don’t Look Up

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Adam McKay responded to eagle-eyed viewers who claimed they spotted an editing error in his Netflix satire Don’t Look Down.

The 53-year-old director took to Twitter to respond to social media users saying there was a scene that showed an entire film crew masked in the background.

Ben Köhler was one of the users who posted about it showing the images in a TikTok video which he captioned “oopsy”.

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Interesting: Adam McKay (seen at the Los Angeles premiere earlier this month) responded to eagle-eyed viewers who claimed they spotted an editing error in his Netflix satire Don't Look Down

Interesting: Adam McKay (seen at the Los Angeles premiere earlier this month) responded to eagle-eyed viewers who claimed they spotted an editing error in his Netflix satire Don’t Look Down

Error?  The 53-year-old director took to Twitter to respond to social media users saying there was a scene that showed an entire team of hidden cameras in the background.

Error? The 53-year-old director took to Twitter to respond to social media users saying there was a scene that showed an entire team of hidden cameras in the background.

You could hear him say, “At 1 hour and 28 minutes, it looks like you can see the entire film crew standing for about 3 or 4 frames.”

However, filmmaker McKay claimed that the plan left in the film was completely intentional.

He tweeted on Tuesday: “Good eye! We left this spot from the team on purpose to commemorate the weird filming experience. #DontLookUp. ‘

Ben Köhler was one of the users who posted about it showing the footage in a TikTok video he captioned

Ben Köhler was one of the users who posted about it showing the footage in a TikTok video which he captioned “oopsy”

You could hear him say:

You could hear him say, “At 1 hour and 28 minutes, it looks like you can see the entire film crew standing for about 3 or 4 frames.”

However, filmmaker McKay claimed that the plan left in the film was completely intentional when he tweeted on Tuesday:

However, filmmaker McKay claimed the shot left in the film was totally intentional when he tweeted on Tuesday: “Good eye! We left this spot from the team on purpose to commemorate the bizarre filming experience. #DontLookUp ‘

It comes after Don’t Look Up viewers went wild at the sight of 72-year-old Meryl Streep in a ‘nude’ scene following the satirical film’s release last week.

The esteemed actress stars as President Janie Orlean, and the character is seen naked from behind in the film’s final scene – but many fans didn’t realize the 70-year-old was portrayed as a double.

Her widely discussed “nude” scene made headlines ahead of the film’s release after McKay revealed that his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, 47, took issue with the scene because he considers the actress to be “royalty. movie theater “.

Uh oh!  Don't Look Up viewers went wild at the sight of 72-year-old Meryl Streep in a 'nude' scene after the satirical Netflix movie was released last week

Uh oh! Don’t Look Up viewers went wild at the sight of 72-year-old Meryl Streep in a ‘nude’ scene after the satirical Netflix movie was released last week

Meryl is seen as a Trump-esque politician in the film, which focuses on scientists unsuccessfully telling citizens that the world is going to end because of a comet.

The final scene sees President Janie undressing, exposing a large tattoo on her lower back, a tattoo placement often described in a derogatory sense as “a tramp’s tampon.” Adam revealed that the scene featured a body double.

Many viewers seemed to believe the scene actually showed Meryl’s body.

Twitter users took to the microblogging site to write, “I didn’t need to see Meryl Streep naked tbh but the movie is still fun…

Oh my!  The esteemed actress stars as President Janie Orlean, and the character is seen naked from behind in the film's final scene - but many fans didn't realize the 70-year-old was portrayed as a double.

Oh my! The esteemed actress stars as President Janie Orlean, and the character is seen naked from behind in the film’s final scene – but many fans didn’t realize the 70-year-old was portrayed as a double.

Shock: Meryl is seen as a Trump-esque politician in the film, which focuses on scientists unsuccessfully telling citizens the world is going to end because of a comet

Shock: Meryl is seen as a Trump-esque politician in the film, which focuses on scientists unsuccessfully telling citizens the world is going to end because of a comet

‘Meryl Streep was naked by the end of the research … Idk if this was real but I never thought I would see Meryl Streep this naked in my life …

“You can see Meryl Streep naked… I never thought there would be a time when I could see Meryl Streep’s bum dabbed her bare ass on film and live to talk about it.” The movie was really great …

“Well, I didn’t expect to see Meryl Streep, but I’m naked when I shot this movie…

‘Never in my life did I expect to see Meryl Streep’s bare ass #DontLookUp … They had Meryl Streep’s ass naked with a bum pad and stuff … Damn that’s the only piece that I caught … Meryl Streep naked…. What a shock at tea time.

Cheeky!  Twitter users took to the microblogging site to write:

Cheeky! Twitter users took to the microblogging site to write, “I didn’t need to see Meryl Streep naked tbh but the movie is still fun”

“Tramp Stamp”: The final scene sees President Janie undressing, exposing a large tattoo on her lower back, a tattoo placement often described in a derogatory sense as “a tramp stamp”. Adam revealed that the scene featured a double

Last week it was revealed that Leonardo disagreed with the scene, as Adam told The Guardian he expressed his disappointment with Meryl’s nude scene.

Shedding light on the behind-the-scenes action, he said, “You know who’s had a problem with this? Leo. Leo simply considers Meryl to be cinematic royalty… although the royalty may not be a compliment… but as such a special figure in movie history.

He said he “didn’t like to see her with the tattoo on her back, walking naked for a second.”

Adam continued, ‘He said something to me like,’ Do you really need to show this? ‘ And I was like, “This is President Orleans, this is not Meryl Streep.” But she didn’t even blink. She didn’t even mention it. She is fearless.

Leonardo told Access earlier this month that the all-star cast, which also includes Jennifer Lawrence and Jonah Hill, were “on guard when Meryl walked in, as we should be” out of respect for her work. .

Answer: Last week it was revealed that Leonardo disagreed with the scene, as Adam told The Guardian he expressed his disappointment with Meryl's nude scene.

Answer: Last week it was revealed that Leonardo disagreed with the scene, as Adam told The Guardian he expressed his disappointment with Meryl’s nude scene.

He said: “Look, you work with the greatest living actor in the world, everyone’s on their toes, everyone’s prepared, and we’re just trying to keep up with her.”

Leonardo discussed how he “worked on a movie” with Meryl, on the 1996 film Marvin’s Room, in which she played his character’s mother.

During her much-vaunted film career, in which she won three Oscars and garnered 21 nominations, Meryl starred nude scenes in The River Wild in 1994 and The Bridges of Madison County in 1995.

The cast of Don’t Look Up also includes Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett and Ron Perlman. The film is in theaters now and will begin streaming on Netflix on December 24.

Cheeky!  His body was obscured in the head on gunshots

Cheeky! His body was obscured in the head on gunshots

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