Red Notice has broken a Netflix record, becoming the most-watched film ever on the streaming service. The film began streaming on Friday, November 12th.
Netflix’s action-comedy Red Notice starring Hollywood heavyweights Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds has opened to low box office returns. However, the cast and production are not concerned.
The cast shared their excitement on social media. “WOW #RedNotice is Netflix's biggest ever opening day for a film,” Reynolds wrote on Instagram to toast the record-breaking achievement. "Congrats to this whole team!"
The Rock also joined in the celebrations, sharing a video message to Instagram and writing: “RED NOTICE has become THE BIGGEST OPENING EVER ~ for ANY MOVIE IN THE HISTORY OF NETFLIX!”
Gadot added: “This is amazing!!!! What can I say, you guys are the best and the reason why we make these films. So grateful and excited!!! Congratulations Netflix and to the entire @rednotice.movie team.”
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