Ryan Reynolds Talks Working With Dwayne Johnson On ‘Red Notice’

Ryan Reynolds talked about how much fun is it to work with Dwayne Johnson on Netflix’s Red Notice.

Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson are joining forces for a new Netflix film titled Red Notice, which is in the midst of filming before the coronavirus pandemic forced production to shut down. As of now, it remains unclear with production on the film will be able to resume.

During an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Ryan Reynolds commented on the shutdown and revealed they had just past the halfway point of production on Red Notice. The actor then joked about how they might have been able to finish the film before the pandemic had he and Dwayne Johnson not spent so much time trying to make each other laugh:

“We were just over the halfway point mark. We probably would have made it… I’m guessing we might have finished the movie if didn’t spend 90% of our time dicking around laughing. I’ve known Dwayne for, like, fifteen years, so we tend to spend time trying to make each other laugh. Which is a really irresonsible thing to do with Netflix’s money.”

You can watch the full interview below to hear more of what Ryan Reynolds had to say about working with Dwayne Johnson.

Here is the official synopsis for Netflix’s Red Notice:

In the world of international crime, INTERPOL issues Red Notice, a global alert is issued to hunt down and capture the world’s most wanted art thief.

Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, Red Notice stars Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, Ritu Arya, and Chris Diamantopoulos.

Red Notice will be available on Netflix on a yet-to-be-announced date.

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Source: The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon

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