Don’t Look Up Cast Then Vs. Now Photos


They’ve all grown up so much.

Don’t Look Up is the surprise Netflix hit nobody expected.


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Adam McKay’s hilarious satire about two astronomers trying to warn the world about a planet-killing comet debuted in December 2021. It features a star-studded cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and many more.


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If you’re curious where the stars got their start before making their way to Don’t Look Up, we’ve got you covered. Check out how they looked in their first major roles in Hollywood vs. now:

To start, Leonardo DiCaprio’s first recurring ’90s TV role was Garry Buckman in Parenthood.


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And now he plays the Michigan State astronomy professor Dr. Randall Mindy.


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In 2008, Jennifer Lawrence was featured in The Poker House as Agnes.


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And now she plays the Michigan State doctoral candidate Kate Dibiasky.


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Meryl Streep kicked off her onscreen career as Anne Marie in 1977’s Julia.


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And now she plays Janie Orlean, President of the United States.


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Jonah Hill started making us laugh years ago with his role as Barry in 2006’s Grandma’s Boy.


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And he plays the president’s son and Chief of Staff, Jason Orlean.


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One of Cate Blanchett’s earliest movies in the ’90s was The Wedding Party (aka Thank God He Met Lizzie).


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And now she plays Brie Evantee, the host of The Daily Rip.


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Tyler Perry is a household name but initially got his big break in 2005’s Diary of a Mad Black Woman.


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And now he also plays The Daily Rip co-host Jack Bremmer.


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Timothée Chalamet broke into the TV industry with his role as Luke in Royal Pains back in 2012.


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And now he plays a shoplifter named Yule.


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Ron Perlman’s earliest movie role was Amoukar in 1981’s Quest for Fire.


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And now he plays the space-bound Colonel Benedict Drask.


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One of Rob Morgan’s earlier movie roles was Hap Jackson in Mudbound.


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And now he plays Dr. Teddy Oglethorpe, the head of NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office.


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While Ariana Grande is known for her hit singles, she originally got her start as Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon series Victorious.


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And now she plays an international pop star named Riley Bina.


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Outside of his music career, Kid Cudi initially got into acting with his role as Domingo Brown in HBO’s How to Make It in America.

And now he plays Riley’s love interest and music star, DJ Chello.


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Himesh Patel began his acting career as Tamwar Masood on the BBC One series EastEnders, where he appeared in over 550 episodes.

And now he plays a journalist named Phillip.


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Melanie Lynskey’s very first onscreen movie role was Pauline Parker in 1994’s Heavenly Creatures.


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And now she play’s Dr. Mindy’s wife, June.


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And finally, Mark Rylance appeared as Ferdinand in the early ’90s film Prospero’s Books.


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And now he plays Peter Isherwell, the tech mogul and CEO of BASH.

Who’s your favorite character from Don’t Look Up? Share your pick in the comments!



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