According to a new survey of the Netflix, the action ‘Red alert’, starring Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson e Ryan Reynolds, continues to break exhibition records and is now on its way to becoming the most-watched feature film in the platform’s history (via ComicBook.com).
The information indicates that the production has already been viewed by a total of 277.9 million hours worldwide in just 17 days – a number that tends to grow in recent days and that threatens to dethrone the thriller post-apocalyptic ‘Bird Box’ (which, in a month, reached the mark of 282 million hours transmitted).
Furthermore, it was revealed that the views have only been dropping 14% in terms of hours watched, which means that the film can quickly reach the 400 million of views.
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The feature is written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (‘Skyscraper’).
In the story, when Interpol issues the red alert — a global search and arrest warrant for the world’s most wanted criminals — it’s time for FBI top investigator John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) to step in. The hunt will put him in the middle of a daring assault plan, forcing him to team up with scammer Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) to capture the world’s most sought-after masterpiece thief, ‘The Bishop’ (Gal Gadot) . This grand adventure will take the trio around the globe, past dance floors, an isolated prison, through the jungle and, worst of all, constantly in each other’s company. The stellar cast also features Ritu Arya and Chris Diamantopoulos. Directed and written by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, Skyscraper: Boundless Courage) and produced by Hiram Garcia, Dwayne Johnson, and Dany Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions, Beau Flynn of Flynn Picture Co., and Thurber’s Bad Version, Inc., Red Alert is an elegant cat and mouse game around the globe.