Jennifer Lawrence had to explain G.O.A.T. to Meryl Streep

Jennifer Lawrence informed Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” that while shooting “Don’t Look Up” with Streep, the cast would “offhandedly call Meryl the G.O.A.T.” — abbreviation for the “greatest of all time.”

“And we were doing a photoshoot and I said something like G.O.A.T. and Meryl kind of said, ‘That’s right. Just tell the old goat where to go.'” Lawrence stated. “I was like, ‘Meryl, you know that G.O.A.T. means greatest of all time, right?’ And she was like, ‘Oh, no!'”

Their costar, Jonah Hill, had a somewhat various variation of the story when he talked with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”

According to Hill, Streep, who plays his mom in the movie, is “cool” and the “best actor.”

Hill stated that while doing press for the film, he utilized the complimentary acronym to describe her, which triggered Streep to comment throughout an interview ‘You understand, Jonah is so comfy with me, he’s been calling me a goat all week.’

Hill stated Lawrence described what it suggested to Streep, who, he stated, is “so cool she wasn’t even offended by it!”

“Don’t Look Up” debuts in choose theaters Friday and on Netflix on December 24.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.