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"Red Notice" sequels with stars expected to return

Entertainment desk || shiningbd

Published: 15:08, 13 January 2022  

Netflix is in the early stages of planning back-to-back "Red Notice" sequels with stars Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson expected to return, as per reports. 

The streaming platform hopes to begin production in early 2023 depending on the schedules of the main cast.

The future films would also add new characters to the heist franchise, according to reports. Writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber is expected to return to helm the sequels.

"Red Notice" debuted on Netflix in early November 2021, and quickly became the streaming platform's second most-watched film of all time, having been watched for 277.9 million hours around the world. It was just behind Sandra Bullock's "Bird Box", which at that point clocked in 282 million hours of watch time.

The film was also Netflix's most expensive movie project to date, with a $200 million budget. The Daily Star

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