Filming is underway in Boston (Credit score: Patriot Pics/BACKGRID)
Leonardo DiCaprio seemed to be feeling the warmth throughout an intense Don’t Look Up shoot in Boston over the weekend.
The Hollywood star was noticed in a pointy gray go well with and glasses as he sported a goatee and windswept hair with a hearth raging behind him.
Leo is in Boston engaged on Netflix’s upcoming political satire disaster movie, and filming has continued regardless of the coronavirus pandemic.
Photos taken on Saturday present the 45-year-old actor with flames blazing within the background with riot police and firefighters responding to the scene as individuals run rampant by means of the streets.
Filming not too long ago resumed in Boston’s Monetary District – the place the solid and crew have been taking pictures final month – and the world was remodeled into New York Metropolis for the shoot.
Leo’s been working onerous on the satirical catastrophe film (Credit: Patriot Pics / BACKGRID)
Flames might be seen round him within the shoot (Credit: Patriot Pics / BACKGRID)
In response to native reviews, dozens of yellow NYC taxis have been noticed throughout filming, with an NYC bus additionally on location, with the Boston Wine Trade storefront now studying ‘Bert’s Wine Trade’.
Within the film, Leo performs Dr. Randall Mindy alongside Jennifer Lawrence’s Kate Dibiasky as the 2 low-level astronomers embark on a media tour to warn mankind about an approaching asteroid set to destroy Earth.
The solid appears to be like unbelievable, with Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Timothee Chalamet, Arianda Grande, Himesh Patel and Matthew Perry all signed up – plus Meryl Streep as President Janie Orlean.
Filmmaker Adam McKay shall be on the helm – directing from a script he wrote – and he’ll additionally function co-producer together with Kevin Messick.
On prime of Don’t Look Up, Leo may also be engaged on Martin Scorsese’s new movie Killer of the Flower Moon.
Each movies shall be his first work with a serious streaming platform, with Killer of the Flower Moon – primarily based on journalist David Grann’s non-fiction ebook of the identical title – being led by Apple.