Netflix abandons Adam McKay’s original plan to star in a luxury card company in a new film

Foreign media reports have revealed that Netflix has cancelled the release of “Normal Height, Normal Body,” a new movie directed and produced by Adam McKay, which was originally planned to feature Robert Pattinson, Amy Adams, Robert Downey Jr. (pictured left) and Robert Whittaker along with Danielle DeDweller. The film is no longer being made on Netflix and will be focused on climate change.

As Pattinson, the character played by a serial killer who hired ‘police lobbyist (Adams) to go into politics and change the law so that he could get away with it.’ Downey plays — monotonously: A retired police officer who doesn’t give up on trying to catch the murderer but instead wants to stop cops from pursuing him as ‘an extraordinary sensationalism’, rather than Washingtonian style.

“Don’t Look Up”, a comedy film directed by McKay and released earlier this year, was co-produced by Netflix and features performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Kate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Himish Patel, Timothy Chalame, Ariana Grande, Chris Evans, Matthew Perry, Kid Cudi, Tomo Heathley, and others. It recounts the aftermath of an asteroid that is approaching us, the destruction of the Earth, while two grassroots astronomers

(Meng Qing)

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