Netflix is in the early stages of creating an ambitious back-to-back shoot for Red Notice 2 and 3, Deadline reports. The first Red notice– Starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal GadotIt became the most successful original film of all time by Streamer.
Rosen Marshall Thurber, the director who did the helm for the first film, is expected to return for sequels looking at an opening date of 2023. He started writing. Thurber previously referred to back-to-back production for sequels in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, calling it ‘responsible work’. He said, “This is a very large product, and if you can mount it once, it’s good for everyone. Including my mental health. ”
According to the Deadline report, sequels are being set up to include new actors, which will eventually lead to the Ocean Style team. The three leads of the first film are said to have grossed over $ 20 million each, which increased the budget to $ 250 million, according to THR.
Red Notice was originally set to be a theatrical release at Universal, but the studio stopped with bloated costs. Netflix, which was involved in the hot bidding war, went further. Streamer, in recent years, has been focusing on creating its own franchises. Director Joe and Anthony Russo recently finished producing the globe-trotting spy film The Gray ManWhich is reported to cost more than the Red Notice.
Other sequels filmed back-to-back include The Matrix 2 and 3, Pirates of the Caribbean 2 and 3, three Hobbit movies, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame and the last two Hunger games.