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The trailer has just dropped for new Netflix action film Red Notice, which stars Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot. You can watch it here:
The action thriller film is set to be released on 12 November.
Sharing the trailer on Twitter, Reynolds wrote: "Life doesn't always imitate art, but I'd wear a tux and do karate with @TheRock and @GalGadot everyday if I could. #RedNotice, coming November 12 to @netflix."
The film follows FBI agent John Hartley (Johnson), who will be tracking down the world's most wanted art thief (Gadot). Along the way, he's forced to partner up with notorious con Nolan Booth (Reynolds).
:rotating_light:You're officially on notice:rotating_light:@Netflix's biggest movie ever #REDNOTICE premieres in your living rooms around the globe on NOV 12:fire::earth_americas:
FBI's top profiler.
World's most wanted art thief.
And the greatest conman the world has never seen...@GalGadot@VancityReynolds#REDNOTICE pic.twitter.com/O0mqkYCqGy
- Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) July 8, 2021
Back in July, The Rock shared a picture of the trio on set, dressed to the nines, alongside the caption: "You're officially on notice," adding: "@Netflix's biggest movie ever #REDNOTICE premieres in your living rooms around the globe on NOV 12.
"FBI's top profiler.
"World's most wanted art thief.
"And the greatest conman the world has never seen..."
Filming began in January 2020 then something pressed pause on the entire world and Johnson himself, along with his entire family, tested positive for Covid-19.
Production resumed on 14 September, with Johnson's producing partner Hiram Garcia telling Variety at the time: "We start filming on Sept. 14. It's been an incredible process and undertaking to get a production up-and-running.
"Netflix has had the attitude that whatever it will take to keep things safe for the crew, they are 100 percent behind.
"We had finished half the movie and then the pandemic hit, so we re-adjusted what we needed to, so that we could finish everything on stages and wrap up the movie. We should be done, fingers crossed, probably somewhere around the end of November."
Hilariously, the movie's production team were hit with another setback when they realised The Rock couldn't fit into a Porsche.
As a bloke who is almost two metres tall and nearly, just nearly, as broad, sports cars can be challenging.
In a post on Instagram, he explained: "Aaaaand guess who's too big to fit in yet another sports car and now we have to change the entire shot sequence around.
"For our @netflix globe trotting heist movie, RED NOTICE, my writer/director @rawsonthurber (pictured here on the ground setting up the new camera angle) wrote this INSANE chase sequence where I hop in this iconic Porsche and be the bad ass behind the wheel that I am.
"Well, after months of prep and costs buying and shipping this car over to the states - it's time to rehearse the big chase sequence."