Dwayne Johnson has motivation to break out his Teremana and end 2021 with a toast.
His most recent film, “Red Notice,” is currently the most watched film in Netflix history, as indicated by the streaming monster.
“Red Notice” got 328.8 million viewing hours, Netflix reports, besting the past record held by Sandra Bullock’s “Bird Box” in 2018 with 282 million viewing hours.
Presently, 50% of every one of Netflix’s subscribers around the world have seen “Red Notice.”
The film outperformed the previously held record in only 18 days, rather than “Bird Box” which required a month.
The film, which stars Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, was created by Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions and appeared on the streaming site recently. It actually stays in the main 10 movies on the stage in 94 nations, as indicated by Netflix.
“Red Notice” recounts the account of a FBI profiler played by Johnson, who should band together with the world’s most prominent workmanship cheat [Reynolds] in a trying heist to get a most-needed criminal played by Gadot.
The film was likewise delivered in auditoriums last end of the week.
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