‘Red Notice’ records biggest opening day in Netflix

Red Notice starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot has broken the record for the biggest opening day on the streaming platform

Red Notice is a 2021 American action comedy film written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.

Red Notice: Plot

Netflix has released many big-budget films in its time, but the new release Red Notice is the most expensive of the lot so far. The story is all about three bejeweled eggs, gifted by Marcus Antonius to Cleopatra, two thousand years ago, as a wedding gift symbolizing his devotion.

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The film follows an FBI agent (Dwayne Johnson) who is involved in a dangerous heist when he is handed a warrant to capture two international criminals. He teams up with a renowned art thief (Ryan Reynolds) to catch a more notorious criminal (Gal Gadot) before she pulls off the ultimate heist of the century.

Records biggest opening day in Netflix 

This blockbuster movie was released in cinemas this past weekend, and now it is also available to stream worldwide on Netflix from 12th November 2021. After its release, Rawson Marshall Thurber’s $200 million action feature Red Notice is the No. 1 film for the period with 148.7M hours watched since November 12 and became the most-watched movie ever on Netflix in its first weekend.

The trio, Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds also tweeted that, they are so grateful and excited for this biggest opening.

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Cast and Characters

  • Dwayne Johnson as John Hartley.
  • Ryan Reynolds as Nolan Booth.
  • Gal Gadot as Sarah Black/The Bishop.
  • Chris Diamantopoulos as Sotto Voce.

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  • Ritu Arya as Urvashi Das.
  • Ivan Mbakop as Tambwe.
  • Rafael Petardi as Security Chief Ricci.
  • Vincenzo Amato as Director Gallo.

Additionally, Daniel Bernhardt has a cameo appearance as Drago Grande, and British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran makes an uncredited cameo as himself.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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