Dwayne Johnson Announces Releases Date for ‘Red Notice,’ Netflix’s “Biggest Movie Ever,” With Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds

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Netflix has finally announced the release date for their upcoming mega-action film Red Notice. All around the world, Netflix users will be able to stream the Rawson Marshall Thurber-directed film on November 12, so get ready for a star-studded feast for the eyes.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who is set to star in the film, announced the news via an Instagram post. “I’m officially serving you your notice,” he wrote in his caption, dropping the release date for what he called Netflix’s biggest movie ever. “The FBI’s top profiler. The world’s most wanted art thief. And the greatest conman the world has ever seen.”

Johnson stars alongside celebs Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, both known for their massive roles in Deadpool and Wonder Woman, respectively. The movie is set to follow an Interpol-issued Red Notice alerting the world to hunt and capture the world’s most wanted. The FBI’s top profiler, played by Johnson, will go after two rival criminals (Reynolds and Gadot), all brought together by one daring heist.

“This is my career first streaming film and I wanted to make it big and special for all the fans worldwide,” Johnson continued in his post. “This one’s for all of you and I’ll see you in November!”

Reynolds also shared the same news as Johnson, joking, “True story. They made my entire tuxedo out of @therock‘s socks.” Gadot chimed in, writing that she “can’t wait” for the world to see Red Notice.

In addition to directing, Thurber wrote the heist flick. Red Notice marks his third collaboration with Johnson after Central Intelligence and Skyscraper. Johnson and Thurber are set to produce the film alongside Beau Flynn, Dany Garcia, and Hiram Garcia.

Per DeadlineRed Notice could be the biggest feature commitment by Netflix ever, boasting a $130 million budget. Originally, Red Notice was meant to land with Universal and Legendary, but Universal tossed the flick after deeming it too expensive. Netflix jumped at the opportunity for this glitzy caper.

Stay tuned for trailers, first look images, and more on Red Notice.

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