Netflix's Red Notice gets release date

Subscribers can stream the film from 12th November.

The release date for Netflix’s upcoming heist-thriller Red Notice has been revealed. 

Star Dwayne Johnson took to Twitter to announce that the film, which he described as “Netflix’s biggest movie ever”, will be available to stream from 12th November 2021. 

The former wrestler will play a top FBI profiler who teams up with a glamorous art thief (Gal Gadot) and an expert conman (Ryan Reynolds) to pull off a daring robbery. 

Also set to feature in undisclosed roles are The Umbrella Academy season 2 actress Ritu Arya and Silicon Valley's Chris Diamantopoulos.

Red Notice was written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber who previously helmed Skyscraper and Central Intelligence, both of which also starred Johnson.  

It’s Netflix’s most expensive film to date with an eye-watering budget of $200 million. It’s tied only with the Russo Brothers’ upcoming spy thriller The Gray Man starring Ryan Gosling as a CIA operative turned globetrotting assassin. 

Universal Pictures were originally supposed to distribute the film but it moved to Netflix in July last year after they pulled it from their release schedule.  

A trailer has yet to be released but a very brief look at the film was given in Netflix’s preview trailer for 2021 back in January. 

You can stream Red Notice from 12th November on Netflix

Source: Coming Soon

Need help to find the best deal?

Get in touch with our expert team.

020 4525 0221

Our trusted providers

Need help? Get in touch

Call us: 020 4525 0221

Send us a message

Keep updated

× Need help choosing the best deal?
Call us on 020 4525 0221