Dwayne Johnson calls “Red Notice” the “greatest Netlix movie of all time”
Actor Dwayne Johnson on Saturday unveiled an exclusive clip from his upcoming film “Red Notice” which also stars Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds in the lead roles. Netflix subscribers received the exclusive clip for the upcoming film “Red Notice” during Netflix’s “Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event” promotional marathon on Saturday.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Johnson appeared at a special video screening during the event, promoting the film by calling it “Netflix’s greatest movie of all time” and “absolutely huge.” In the next film, Johnson plays a leading FBI agent, John Hartley, who is tasked with bringing in the world’s biggest criminals. His path to justice collides with two rival mid-way robbers, Nolan Booth (Reynolds) and The Bishop (Gadot). Ultimately, he is forced to work with Reynolds in order to capture Gadot.
Bursting with action, brawls and explosions, the film’s exclusive clip shows the two officers being beaten hard by Gadot during combat. “The Umbrella Academy” star Ritu Arya and Chris Diamantopoulos of “Silicon Valley” are also in that cast, however, their roles have yet to be disclosed.
The film was originally slated for theatrical release, but like most recent films, production of “Red Notice” was on hold for a time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, until Netflix bought it. the film to Universal in the summer of 2019. The film will be the streaming platform’s most expensive film to date, with a budget that would be around $ 200 million.
“Red Notice” was directed and written by Rawson Marshall Thurber of “Skyscraper” and “We’re the Millers”. Scheduled for release on Netflix on November 12, the film was produced by Hiram Garcia, Johnson and Dany Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions, Beau Flynn’s Picture Co. and Thurber’s Bad Version, Inc. (ANI)
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