Your mileage may vary based on scope and scope Don’t look up was immersed matches the intrinsic quality of the star-studded Netflix film, but one thing is for sure: Adam McKay won’t be subtle when it comes to making a statement on climate change. That stepbrothers The director’s latest work is a fake ad parodying oil companies’ alleged concern for the environment that was recently shared his Twitter page.
The clip uses typically uplifting stock footage of happy families and sentimental music to juxtapose a voice-over describing how the loss of greenhouse gases is “making the planet a living hell right now George Miller film.” No matter how you felt about Jennifer Lawrence’s wig Don’t look upthere’s no denying that we’re all just heading toward impending death, and we probably won’t even shred on a flamethrower guitar along the way!
“We have billions and billions of dollars to pay for this commercial time, this cheesy footage and this crappy music, all to lull you into a catatonic state that will make you forget a unique fact: Chevron is actively murdering you every day,” continues the off-commentary.
meeting reached out to the director to comment on his latest project, and he made this statement: “The idea of doing this video, which is joking about how Chevron is murdering us along with all the other oil companies every day, came up from the fact that Chevron and all the other oil companies are murdering us every day.”
As executive producer on successorMcKay could also have shared the clip telling the Roy family to give up private jetsbut maybe he was worried about fueling the wrath of Kylie Jenner fans.
https://www.avclub.com/fake-chevron-ad-adam-mckay-director-dont-look-up-1849601523 Don’t Look Up director Adam McKay made this fake chevron ad