Leonardo DiCaprio Dishes on Working With Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep simply realized of one more title she will be able to flex.


The three-time Oscar winner, who stars within the upcoming satirical comedy, Don't Look Up, alongside Jonah Hill, Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio, lately realized that she was thought-about the GOAT of performing, particularly for Jonah, who has lengthy admired her work. And though the appreciation might not have been a shock—it is the time period itself that was full information to Meryl.


"Meryl Streep's really cool," Jonah stated throughout his Dec. 6 look on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. "And he or she's the most effective actor. In truth—so we have been doing press for this film, and within the interviews for the previous couple days, I hold saying, ‘Oh, and , attending to work with Meryl, she's the GOAT.' And Meryl, to me, she is the GOAT. She's the best of all time."


After explaining that he is been hailing her with reward by referring to the time period all week, Jonah added, "After which, as we speak, we're doing a press convention and he or she's like, ‘You understand, and Jonah is so snug with me, he is been calling me a goat all week.'"

Sure, as within the animal itself—and that is when their co-star swiftly stepped in to make clear.

"And Jennifer Lawrence defined [it] to her, ‘trigger she was telling Jennifer about this," Jonah defined to Jimmy Fallon. "And he or she's so cool, she wasn't even offended by it! She was identical to, ‘I assume, he simply loves me and is asking me a goat.' And Jennifer's like, ‘No, Meryl, it stands for Biggest of All Time.'"


Regardless of the small combine up, Meryl finally gave Jonah her gratitude for the time period of endearment. As he recalled, "So, she was like, ‘Hey, thanks for calling me the GOAT. I assumed you had been calling me a goat this entire time.'"

However as Jonah declared proudly after his hilarious story: "Shoutout to the GOAT! Meryl Streep!"


Do not Look Up premieres in choose theaters on Dec. 10 and on Netflix Dec. 24.


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