If Netflix Greenlights Red Notice Sequel, Director Would Like To Shoot Sequel And A Threequel Back-To-Back

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Red Notice has been available on Netflix for more than a week now, and it’s still getting good numbers, at least when it comes to numbers that Netflix cares about. Despite the poor score of only 35% on Rotten Tomatoes by the critics, the Audience score soared to 92%, which is saying a lot.

Netflix still remains silent about the possible sequel, but given everything that is going on – great viewership on the platform, good feedback from the audience, actors and the director willing to do more – it seems like the sequel announcement is almost a sure thing, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves, we will wait for Netflix’s word on this.

In a recent interview for The Hollywood Reporter, director Rawson Marshall Thurber opened up about the potential sequel.

I think that is a real possibility. If we were to make a sequel, the only responsible thing would be to make two and three back-to-back. It’s such a big production, and if you can mount it one time, it will be better for everyone. Including for my mental health.

Rawson Marshall Thurber for The Hollywood Reporter

Red Notice is an action heist comedy starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds in main roles. It is Netflix’s most expensive movie yet, with a reported budget of $200 million. But with the results that the movie has given, it seems like it was worth it. Now we just need to see is Netflix ready to throw in so much money for another film, or films.

Red Notice is now available on Netflix.


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