Gal Gadot movie becomes Netflix’s biggest movie ever

Netflix’s “Red Notice,” in which Israel’s superstar, Gal Gadot headlines alongside Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, listed over 328 million viewing hours as of the 1st of Dec. 2021.

By  Ami Friedman


“Red Notice,” starring Israeli actresss Gal Gadot, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds is now officially Netflix’s most-watched film of all time, surpassing the previous record-holder, “Bird Box.”

The action-comedy heist film has clocked 328 million hours of total viewership, against 282 million hours for “Bird Box.”


“Red Notice” also registered the biggest opening weekend for a Netflix film.

“Red Notice” tells the story of an FBI profiler played by Johnson, who must partner with the world’s greatest art thief [Reynolds] in a daring heist in order to catch a most-wanted criminal played by Gadot.

The film was also released in theaters last weekend.

The previous record holder on Netflix was the 2018 Sandra Bullock film “Bird Box,” which Netflix reports garnered 282 million viewing hours.


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