The Ryan Reynolds film Red Notice has been viewed 148.7 million hours since it was released on Netflix – its biggest opening weekend ever. Red Notice by Rawson Marshall Thurber secured Netflix’s biggest opening weekend in its history.
Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds star in the action-comedy, which began streaming last Friday and has accumulated an astonishing 148.7 million hours of viewings.
The stars celebrated the big opening day over the weekend, and with Netflix’s new metrics, the film appears to be rocketing in success.
In the film, The Rock plays FBI agent John Hartley, who reluctantly teams up with thief Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) to capture an even worse criminal (Gal Gadot).
The leading trio of the film has taken to Twitter to mark the milestones the film is reaching.
In a tweet, Israeli actress Gal wrote: ‘Amazing news! RED NOTICE had the largest opening weekend in Netflix history and is the #1 movie in the world!. ‘Thank u to all of you who watched it, liked it, shared it, I’m so grateful to see all of your wonderful responses from around the world #RedNotice.’
Dwayne gave a shout-out to production company Seven Bucks.
Ryan, 45, joked about Taylor Swift’s re-recorded album Red (Taylor’s Version), which was released on the same day as his latest project. ‘WOW #RedNotice is @Netflix biggest ever opening day for a film. Congrats to this whole team! Can’t wait for Red Notice (Taylor’s Version),’ he wrote.