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People can't stop talking about the bonus post-credit scenes in Netflix's Don't Look Up.
The film, which stars Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Tyler Perry, Meryl Streep, and Jonah Hill - among many others - dropped on Netflix on Christmas Eve, and quickly became the number one movie in every country this week.
If the new satirical disaster movie had you staring blankly at your television screen in despair, then you might have been watching long enough to catch, not one, but two hilarious bonus scenes.
Look away now to avoid spoilers!
After the initial credits roll, we see a spaceship land on a new planet 22,740 years after the end of the world.
The ship is filled with billionaires who were frozen on-board until a new home was found for them. In their pods, we can see from their profiles that they're CEOs of oil companies, banks, and lobbying groups.
As President Orlean (Meryl Streep) and Peter Isherwell (Mark Rylance) catch up with each other - stripped naked, we might add - they reveal that a third of those on-board the ship had died, which was "better than expected."
The scene concludes when President Orlean approaches a wild animal (a Bronteroc, to be exact) and is immediately attacked by the deadly creature as the other naked, elderly survivors look on.
While the scene ends there, it's safe to assume that the chosen few who managed to escape Earth in its final moments won't last too long on this new planet either.
Although Don't Look Up didn't exactly give us the happy ending we were looking for, viewers did feel some satisfaction when they caught this post-credits clip.
One fan who caught the film on Netflix tweeted: "The ending of #DontLookUp was politically satisfying."
Another boldly claimed: "The post credit scene from #DontLookUp >>> Any post credit scene from a Marvel movie."
As if that weren't enough, there's a bonus scene after the second reel of credits, too.
In the final scene, we see Jason Orlean (Jonah Hill) emerge from the rubble like a cockroach back on Earth.
The comet has hit, just as scientists predicted, and all that's left is waste, destruction, and the US President's Chief of Staff.
Immediately taking out his phone, Jason takes a video to declare himself the last person on the planet, before telling his followers to "Like, comment, and subscribe."
If you don't laugh, you'll cry.