Behind the Scenes of The Rock's New Comedy 'Red Notice'

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Ever since The Rock gave us an update on the star-studded movie Red Notice, we've been counting down the days until its November release. Lucky for us, producer Hiram Garcia has now revealed more behind-the-scenes details of the upcoming Netflix film.

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In case you missed it, Gal Gadot and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson will be reuniting on our screens for Red Notice, an action-comedy thriller centered around a global alert to hunt and capture the world's most wanted art thieves. And the A-list actors are joined by Spirited star Ryan Reynolds. Gadot stars as the world's best art thief, while Reynolds is the world's best con artist. In an unexpected turn of events, the pair teams up with Interpol agent Rusty, played by Johnson, to find their criminal peers.

And according to Hiram Garcia, Seven Bucks Productions' President of Production, we've got a lot to look forward to. "Red Notice is such a fun film," he told Collider in a recent interview. "It's the biggest movie Netflix has ever done and they were incredible partners making sure we had everything we needed to finish the movie in the middle of a pandemic. Despite all those challenges, we're so happy with how Red Notice turned out." And according to Garcia, there was plenty of on-set chemistry amongst the cast.

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"These three actors are so incredible together," Hiram revealed. "Gal [Gadot], Ryan [Reynolds], and DJ have such amazing chemistry and look awesome together. You just can't get enough of them. Plus the film has a fun throwback vibe to it, with DJ being an FBI profiler chasing after the most wanted art thieves in the world. It's truly a globe-trotting adventure and the kind of movie that delivers on the fun escapism that I think the world could use more of right now."

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The producer added, "We're very proud of the movie and excited for it to release on November 12th around the world. In essence, you're seeing Black Adam, Deadpool, and Wonder Woman in another version on screen. Who doesn't want to see that?" We couldn't agree more. You can catch the sure-to-be hilarious thriller on Netflix on November 12th, 2021.