Don't Look Up Fans Discover NSFW Detail About Science Hotline Number
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If you’re looking for something good to watch while caught between the familiar lull of Christmas and New Year, be sure to tune in to Don’t Look Up.
The satirical science fiction film, which is currently available to watch on Netflix, boasts an all-star cast, and sees Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play two astronomers desperately trying to warn the world about an approaching comet that will destroy human civilisation.
A thinly-veiled dig at the lack of response to the world’s climate crisis, fans have lapped up the film, both amused and frightened by Don’t Look Up’s accurate portrayal of events.
But there’s even more jokes to snigger at beyond what you see on screen, as the film is packed with Easter eggs that fans have enjoyed hunting.
Taking to the Reddit thread r/dontlookupmovie, one viewer discovered a very saucy hidden joke linked to the scientist hotline advertised in the film.
Redditor spiffehz wrote: “I called the number from the science hotline commercial "18005324500" and its a sex chat line. Found that hilarious.”
Fans admired their dedication to finding Don’t Look Up’s Easter eggs, with one person writing: “Wow, such dedication.”
That’s not the only little detail that has been put into the film for fans to enjoy.
Another viewer noticed that if you scanned the QR code on the Riley Bina concert ticket, you’ll actually be forwarded to a YouTube clip of the concert. A pretty neat detail, if you ask us.
In other news, some Don’t Look Up fans have spotted “major editing fail” in the film.
In a freeze-frame shared on TikTok, we can clearly see a camera man and boom man, as well as a number of others that look a little bit out of place, standing around and watching the scene with their face masks on.
While many are convinced that the film has one crucial error, writer and director Adam McKay has insisted that the shot was left in intentionally 'to commemorate the strange filming experience.'
You can read more about that here.