A new trailer for Red Notice has been released today. The movie will get a limited theatrical run along alongside its release on Netflix on November 12. This release on Netflix will come after a week of the movie hitting the theatres – which is November 5. The movie stars Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, and Dwayne Johnson, as a pair of criminals and FBI’s top profiler as they become engrossed in a complex investigation together.
“We have to be more consistent at making these movies more culturally relevant and putting them in the zeitgeist,” Netflix executive Scott Stuber recently said. “We know the audience is there for these movies, but I want people to feel that impact in their conversations with friends and colleagues where they’re saying did you hear about this movie ‘Old Guard’? We’ve done it, but we haven’t done it consistently.”
Here’s the new trailer:
Dwayne Johnson + Ryan Reynolds + Gal Gadot = RED NOTICE
🚨in select theaters November 5 and on Netflix November 12🚨 pic.twitter.com/X70GHMB1dc
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The film is helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber who also directed Johnson starrer Skyscraper and Central Intelligence recently talked to Empire Magazine about working with the stars on Red Notice, giving a little insight into the relationship between Reynolds and Johnson.
“I mean, talk about charisma,” Thurber said. “So what does happen when you get Deadpool, Wonder Woman, and Black Adam in the immediate vicinity of one another? I feel very, very fortunate. It’s a little bit like directorial cheating, having all three of them together in the same frame. Chemistry is just not a function of writing or even directing – it’s a function of casting. You either have it or you don’t. And those guys have something special.”
In Red Notice, Johnson’s FBI agent character is on thr hunt for Reynolds’ art thief. “[Dwayne plays an] FBI profiler who specializes in art crime,” Thurber explained. “He is on the hunt for Ryan Reynolds, who plays the most wanted art thief in the world. Gal Gadot plays this mysterious figure in the art world. As the say… high-jinks ensue.”