Don’t Look Up is Already the # 3 Netflix Movie of All Time

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On Christmas Eve, Netflix released their brand new movie Don’t Look Up, a satire by writer / director Adam McKay and starring an ensemble hosted by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. The film’s Christmas release ended up making the film a giveaway to the streamer’s bottom line as it not only spurred a lot of conversations online, some of it possibly fabricated and does not reflect the film itself. , but also the number of viewers proves that it is really very popular. Netflix has released its updated scans that measure through Sunday, January 2, and in its first 10 days of release, Don’t Look is already huge.

According to the streamer, in its first three days, Don’t Look Up aired 111 million hours worldwide, and in its second week of release, 152.29 million hours. Those two weeks of release combined gives Don’t Look Up 262.32 million hours of streaming, making it the # 3 Netflix movie of all time on the platform. The only other films ahead of Don’t Look Up are films whose reviews only measure their first 28 days of release. At # 2 is Bird Box with 282 million hours of streaming and at # 1 is Red Notice with 364 million hours of streaming. Considering how fast Don’t Look Up is already being watched, the movie could be the # 1 movie of all time on Netflix by this time next week.

The full list of the 10 best (English) movies of all time on Netflix is:

  1. Red notice – 364,020,000 hours broadcast during the first 28 days
  2. Bird Box – 282,020,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days
  3. Look no further – 263,320,000 hours broadcast in the first 28 days
  4. Extraction – 231,340,000 hours broadcast during the first 28 days
  5. The Irishman – 214,570,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days
  6. The Kissing Booth 2 – 209,250,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days
  7. The Unpardonable – 208 220,000 hours broadcast during the first 28 days
  8. 6 Souterrain – 205,470,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days
  9. Spenser Confidential – 197,320,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days
  10. Enola Holmes – 189,900,000 hours of streaming in the first 28 days

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence lead the ensemble which also includes several other Oscar winners and nominees, including Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Mark Rylance, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, as well as Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi (aka Kid Cudi ), Himesh Patel, Melanie Lynskey, Tyler Perry, Michael Chiklis and Tomer Sisley.

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