Dwayne Johnson says Netflix’s “Red Notice” is the streamer’s most-watched film of all time. Johnson announced the film’s success on his Instagram page on Thursday 25th November 2021.
“It’s a history making RED NOTICE @teremana Thanksgiving weekend around the world. In just 11 days you’ve officially made RED NOTICE the BIGGEST @Netflix FILM EVER. Shattering all records across the board!!!” Johnson, 49, wrote.
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The action movie starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot as well as Ryan Reynolds has been watched for millions of hours around the world; according to a report by Deadline.
As of Wednesday, “Red Notice” was Netflix’s second most-watched film of all time; and had also been watched for 277.9 million hours around the world.
Last week, Netflix announced the new action film had the “biggest opening day” of any of its movies after it debuted on Nov. 5.
In August, Seven Bucks Productions’ President of Production, Hiram Garcia, who’s a producer on the film, teased that the film is “the biggest movie Netflix has ever done.”
The film follows an Interpol agent (Dwayne Johnson) who partners with an art thief ( Ryan Reynolds.) Their aim is to hunt down as well as capture another of the world’s most wanted criminals, played by Gal Godot.
The film was also Netflix’s most expensive movie project to date, with a $200 million budget.