Red Alert is already negotiating with Netflix to release a sequel, according to its manager
“Red Alert” is a movie starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot. It will indeed be the most watched Netflix movie in its historyHence, the news that is now reaching us from the hands of its director and screenwriter, does not surprise us. Rawson Marshall Thurber confirms this Already in talks with the aforementioned broadcast platform to develop a sequelEven if there is no green light yet.
Netflix’s skepticism can be related to the huge expenses invested to make this first release a success, A figure that would be around 200 million dollarsThis action movie was made In one of the most precious things this house produces.
However, the option to continue betting on the trio that gave the bell a cat-and-mouse play looks more than solid with Marshall Thurber making no secret that he is struggling to get the second half. “I’m not working on a sequel script.”, begins by commenting on Thurber in formulations collider. “But definitely I’ve been thinking about what I’m going to do for a sequel and yes we’ve been having those conversations with Netflix“.
Number one in 93 countries, with over 129 million watch hours and the second? The premiere that fared best in the first 28 days (hot on the heels of “A ciegas”), “Red Alert” is an undeniable success. What Netflix hasn’t officially released yet is which of these two movies is currently in the first place, Although Johnson has no doubts.
Which is that this actor wanted to thank his fans by sharing a scene from the movie via his Instagram, as well as sending a message Which claims to be number one in the platform ranking.
“Here’s Ryan Reynolds and I to give you an idea of why ‘Red Alert’ has officially become the biggest movie in Netflix history. In less than two weeks, we’ve broken all records and we have more to go with. Thanks guys, and enjoy this weekend’s Red Alert around the world”.
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