Red Notice Rawson director Marshall Thurber revealed in a new interview that Dwayne Johnson has more or less ruined the end of the film since he introduced it to the actor in 2018.
“So for Dwayne, I told him the whole story, and then I finally reached the turning point, and then I was real – we had dinner,” Thurber told Collider. “And I told him the story, and he listens, he eats his steak and his drinks, and he says, ‘I’m a little in.’ really with Gal [Gadot] and gets up, throws the napkin and says, “I’m with! I’m with, and I’m with, I’m with. “And then I got really drunk.”
The instructor also described his response to Johnson by posting a picture of that dinner on his Instagram page in February 2018 along with the caption, “… My character will make you think twice before considering a book on the front page,” and will read all pages. ”
“Yes, it’s the right dinner,” Thurber confirmed. “And yes, Dwayne is sensitive, man. I mean, play some cards on her Instagram when you go back and read her post about her character. It’s all there.”
Anyone who has seen Red Notice will remember that in the film’s final minutes, it emerged that Johnson’s character John Hartley teamed up with Gal Gadot’s Sarah Black / The Bishop, and the two stalls worked together under the name “The Bishop.”
The red ad was paid for on Netflix on November 5 and is said to have been viewed approximately 278 million times in the first ten days of its release, allowing it to hit the previously recorded Netflix Bird Box set. Sandra Bullock starred in this film, and it was seen 282 million times in the first month after its release.
Although the streaming platform has not commissioned a sequence for Red Notice yet, Thurber admitted: “I’m not working on a script for a sequence … I was definitely thinking about what I would do for a sequence in school, but yes Netflix … we had these conversations. ”
The director also recently announced plans to turn his 2004 highlight of Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story into a series starring Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. “You know what – never say. I never thought of Dodgeball as a show, but it could be really fun,” he said at the time. “I’m very proud of Dodgeball – this is my first movie, and something people still seem to love. I’m saying I never say it, and that should be the right interpretation. But yes, it can be.”