Live tv
search
  1. You Are At:
  2. English News
  3. Entertainment
  4. Hollywood
  5. Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot's Red Notice to return with 2 sequels

Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot's Red Notice to return with 2 sequels

Filmmaker Rawson Marshall Thurber is expected to resume filmmaking duties and plans to shoot the two Red Notice sequels back-to-back. Netflix is aiming to start production on the sequels in 2023, given the busy schedules of the lead cast members.

PTI Reported by: PTI
New Delhi Published on: January 13, 2022 22:40 IST
Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot's Red Notice to return with 2 sequels
Image Source : INSTAGRAM/REDNOTICE.MOVIE

Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot's Red Notice to return with 2 sequels

Highlights

  • Red Notice featured The Rock as FBI cop, Gal Gadot as an art thief and Ryan Reynolds as a conman
  • Red Notice is the most streamed movie on Netflix, followed by Bird Box
  • Netflix plans to start production on Red Notice sequels in 2023 and shoot two films back-to-back

Streamer Netflix is planning to develop two sequels to its recent hit Red Notice, starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. The action film, which premiered on Netflix in November last year, was directed by writer-filmmaker Rawson Marshall Thurber, who earlier worked with Johnson on movies like Central Intelligence and Skyscrapper. 

According to Deadline, Thurber is expected to resume filmmaking duties and plans to shoot the two sequels back-to-back. The streaming service is aiming to start production on the sequels in 2023, given the busy schedules of the lead cast members. The two new movies are yet to be officially announced by Netflix.

Red Notice featured Johnson as the FBI's top profiler, Gadot as the world's most wanted art thief and Reynolds as the greatest conman the world has ever seen. They are all brought together for a daring heist that turns the world on its head.

Though the movie received mixed reviews, it clocked 328.8 million viewing hours on the streaming platform, beating the record previously held by Sandra Bullock's 2018 thriller Bird Box at 282 million, as per Netflix. The film was produced by Beau Flynn through his Flynn Pictures Co banner, alongside Johnson, Hiram Garcia and Dany Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions.

Thurber also produced through his Bad Version Productions and Flynn Picture Co's Scott Sheldon served as an executive producer.