Netflix dropped the trailer of the highly anticipated movie "Don't Look Up," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep and Jonah Hill, on Twitter Wednesday, drawing mixed reactions from fans.

"Don't Look Up" is a dark comedy film that follows low-level astronomers, played by DiCaprio and Lawrence who find out that a comet is approaching the planet earth. They try to warn people about it but unfortunately, no one believes them.

"Experience the be all, end all movie event of the year starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Meryl Streep," Netflix captioned the trailer. "Don't Look Up is in select theaters on December 10 and arrives December 24 on Netflix."

In the trailer, one can see DiCaprio heavily panting in the restroom and then repeating the words, "You are here now." While he continues to struggle, scenes depicting chaos — people panicking, the city burning and the police marching in a building — appear on the screen.

In the following scene, Hill, who portrays Streep's son in the movie, tells DiCaprio, "Your breathing is stressing me out."

DiCaprio, who sits beside Lawrence, tries to tell Streep, who plays the president, about a major event that "will affect the entire planet." However, instead of taking him seriously, Hill tells him, "I know, but it's, like, so stressful."

The clip goes on to show a glimpse of the film's other cast members, including Ariana Grande, Ron Perlman, Timothee Chalamet, Kid Cudi, Cate Blanchett and Tyler Perry.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reaction to the star-studded movie's trailer.

"That's a seriously talented star cast! I don't remember the last time I saw so many big names in one single movie," one of the fans wrote.

"Correct if I'm wrong but this is the first comedy type movie that J-Law has been in and I'm so here for it bc she's funny as sh-t," another supporter commented.

"Interesting, as I'm currently writing a thesis on how Hollywood/CIA preps the human race for all the bad sh-t that's coming, and in 1997 in made a date in my diary for an extinction event asteroid supposedly on a collision course with Earth in Aug 2026. Consider my bum in the seat," another wrote.

A fan even left a sarcastic comment about Grande's three-second appearance in the trailer, writing, "I wonder how Ariana's back is after carrying the whole trailer."

Meanwhile, another fan shared screenshots from the trailer featuring Lawrence.

Netflix also released a few photos from the trailer, writing, "Written and directed by Adam McKay, DON'T LOOK UP tells the story of two low-level astronomers who make a startling discovery."

As indicated in the streaming giant's announcement, "Don't Look Up" will hit U.S. theaters on Dec. 10. Fans can start streaming it on Netflix starting Dec. 24.

Besides "Don't Look Up," there are more movies coming to Netflix this year. Here's the list of all flicks dropping on the platform from September to December 2021.

Don't Look Up
A scene from the movie "Don't Look Up" which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence in pivotal roles. The footage was shared by Netflix while announcing its 2021 film slate Netflix/Twitter,