‘Don’t Look Up’ Officially Breaks Netflix Weekly Viewing Record

‘Don’t Look Up’ Officially Breaks Netflix Weekly Viewing Record
Adam McKay’s climate change satire Don’t Look Up is officially a record breaker, with the title attracting the most viewing hours for a movie in a single week in Netflix’s history.

The pic’s 152.29 million hours watched globally in the week December 27-January 2 is a new high-water mark, the streamer has confirmed to Deadline.

Figures released by Netflix show the Leonardo DiCaprio-Jennifer Lawrence pic already is its third-most-watched film (in its first 28 days) of all time, behind only Bird Box and Red Notice.

While Netflix doesn’t release day-to-day data, Don’t Look Up is likely to be encroaching on the Sandra Bullock movie and could soon take the all-time record away from the crime caper starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds.

On Wednesday, director McKay tweeted that he was “straight up flabbergasted” by the viewing numbers the film was receiving.

Despite dividing critics and audiences,
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