The action-packed comedy thriller ‘Red Notice’ was a huge hit for Netflix, and fans have been eagerly awaiting news of a sequel. Now, the wait is finally over since Gal Gadot has confirmed that ‘Red Notice 2’ is officially happening, and that the script is ready to be shot! The sequel is expected to begin filming soon, and it is sure to be even more action-packed and hilarious than the original which is exciting news for ‘Red Notice’ fans.
What do we know about the ‘Red Notice’ sequel?
One thing we know about the sequels to ‘Red Notice’ is that they are expected to be filmed in Europe and South America. This is because the first film was a global hit, and Netflix is hoping to expand the reach of the sequels by filming them in different parts of the world. Some of the specific locations that have been mentioned for the sequels include Rome, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, and Machu Picchu. Recently at Netflix’s TUDUM event, Gal Gadot revealed to Collider that ‘Red Notice 2’ is happening, also confirming that the scripts have already reached her. She adds that she is immensely excited about the film’s potential and has been discussing plans with the production team. Aside from Gadot, Dawyne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and the original ‘Red Notice’ director are all expect to return for the making of this film.
We’re all talking about it. I don’t know if I can say anything! I already read the second script and it’s… whoo! We’re all very excited about it! …. I’m so excited to start filming the sequel. I think the first film was so much fun, and I know that the sequel is going to be even better. The script is amazing, and I can’t wait to see what we do with it.”Gal Gadot in two separate interviews with Collider
What happened in Netflix’s ‘Red Notice’?
In the original ‘Red Notice’ (2021), Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds teamed up for the action-comedy which was directed and written by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The critically acclaimed film follows two “globetrotting con artists and thieves”, Sarah Black/The Bishop (Gadot) and Nolan Booth (Reynolds), as they attempt to steal coveted works of art for huge profits. Interpol agent John Hartley (Johnson) is hot on their trail, with his partner Urvashi Das (Ritu Arya) Last year, producers Hiram Garcia and Beau Flynn said they were itching to start filming ‘Red Notice 2’ and ‘Red Notice 3’ back-to-back after Netflix officially greenlit a pair of sequels.