Dwayne Johnson claims ‘Red Notice’ is “biggest movie” ever on Netflix

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“Within two weeks, we’ve broken all records and we have weeks to go”

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red notice It’s now “the greatest movie in Netflix history”—at least according to star Dwayne Johnson.

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The new film, which co-stars Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, was released only a few weeks ago, and is slated to become the streamer’s most-watched film ever.

  • Read more: ‘Red Notice’ review: Netflix puts a blockbuster budget on the small screen

Johnson, who plays FBI agent John Hartley in the film, has now taken to Instagram to share a clip from the film, with the caption: “Nayat politics… Not a COP! Yeh Raha Mera Sleek Talkin’ frenemy @vancityreynolds and I, giving you a taste of why Red Notice has officially become the biggest movie in Netflix history!!!


“In less than two weeks, we have broken all records and we have weeks to go. Thanks guys and enjoy this weekend red notice around the world #NyetPolitsiya”.

Just last week, Netflix said that red notice 277.9 million hours of combined views were clocked, putting it just behind 2018 bird box, which has 282 million hours. The new film also broke the record for the most viewed movie on the streaming site on its first day.

In a generally enthusiastic response, Johnson wrote at the time: “Red Notice becomes the biggest opening ever for any film in Netflix history!”

“Can’t wait for Red Notice (Taylor’s version),” Reynolds joked in reference to Taylor Swift’s album ‘Red (Taylor’s version)’, while Gadot added: “It’s amazing!!!! I What can I say, you guys are the best and that’s why we make these movies. So grateful and excited!!! Congrats to Netflix and the entire @rednotice.movie team.”


in three star review of red notice, Granthshala Wrote: “Writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber (Dodge ball) clearly still loves the movies of his youth, and he practically manages to fit them all into one script.

The late-acting pop-star cameo is totally unnecessary, but so is everything else. red notice – And that’s the whole point. Filled with an excess of everything (oddly, including Paul’s Hollywood), and apparently too afraid to take even the smallest risk, this is a $200 million blockbuster buffet aimed at anyone and everyone.

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