Filming began on the Dwayne Johnson-headlined Red Notice all the way back in March – and after a sizeable interruption, production has finally wrapped.
Shooting has wrapped on Netflix’s star-studded, big-budget action drama Red Notice, according to Dark Horizons.
The completion of principal photography on the project comes after 10 months of filming, with the production originally shut down in March when the pandemic first hit.
Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds star in the project as an Interpol agent, an art thief and a con man respectively, caught up in a major heist.
Reynolds took to social media to thank the crew especially for the laborious working processes they’ve endured working in whilst filming, to maintain a Covid-secure environment. He also claims that during the shutdown, there were doubts that the film would ever be completed.
But completed it is, and you will be able to catch the three stars in the movie on the streaming platform at some point next year. Reynolds, who clearly believes in sharing, also popped a still from the film on social media too, so you can have a look at that below until a trailer is forthcoming…
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