Red Notice is ‘biggest movie in the history of Netflix’ claims Dwayne Johnson

Red Notice

Netflix’s star-studded action film Red Notice has become the “biggest movie in the history of Netflix,” according to one of its stars.

Figures provided by Netflix about the film which stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Godot, shows that it was streamed for 129,100,000 hours during its release week of November 15. Overall, the film has been viewed for a total of 277.9 million hours so far. 

Red Notice is behind 2018’s Bird Box for the strongest hourly 28-day Netflix debut, with the Sandra Bullock feature being watched for 282,020,000 hours as per Netflix’s stats.

However, actor Dwayne Johnson posted on Instagram that Red Notice has “officially become the biggest movie in the history of Netflix,” indicating that he may have been provided with additional statistics from Netflix. 

Despite a tepid response from critics and a worldwide box office of US$162,389, Red Notice has evidently proved a hit with viewers with speculation of a sequel already mounting. For Johnson, the film represents his second success story of the year, after he co-starred in Disney’s theme park adaptation Jungle Cruise, while Reynolds also has thrived with 20th Century Studios’s Free Guy.

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