Netflix’s Red Notice has resumed filming due to the coronavirus pandemic, a picture shared by co-star Ryan Reynolds. The actor shared a behind-the-scenes picture of what he’s doing while speaking to the director.
He took to the social media platform to share an image behind the set of Red Notice. The photo also has director Rawson Marshall Thurber. Ryan Reynolds shared a photo and wrote “When directors are talking, I make heavy eye contact. So they‘re 100 percent sure I’m listening, even if my mind wanders. For instance, in this photo, I’m thinking about what @therock would look like with bangs. Nobody knows that but me. And you. #RedNotice 📷: @masistills”.
check out Reynolds’ set photo below.
The movie Red Notice is an action-comedy thriller that is said to be one of Netflix’s biggest upcoming movies with a budget of around $ 125 million. The film was initially scheduled to be released in late 2020 or mid-2021 but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Netflix has yet to set a release date for Red Notice, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it arrives sometime in 2021.
Red Notice also stars Dwayne Johnson and Wonder Woman‘s Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds. The actors previously shared a photo of themselves being tested for COVID-19 before resuming filming.
The film follows an INTERPOL agent (Johnson) who is tasked with catching the world’s most infamous art thief (Gadot). Somehow Reynolds, as a seasoned con artist, fits into the mix. Red Notice ”is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The film is expected to be released in 2021.