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. Continue Reading »
The pro-Palestinian American actor was right about one thing, admitting, “My refusal to collaborate with Israeli producers will have a negligible effect on this expensive and ambitious project.”
By HANNAH BROWN
Emmy-winning actor David Clennon wrote in an op-ed piece that he chose not to audition for a role on a new Netflix series because he didn’t want to work with Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, the creators of Fauda, because that series “had been criticized for its portrayal of Palestinians and for its tendency to justify Israel’s human rights abuses.”
Clennon, who appeared on the series Weeds as a dying man who allows his wife to have lovers, said on the TruthOut.org Continue Reading »
Although the Netflix produced TV show is set in Israel’s largest city, large segments are being filmed in the Jordanian capital, so the Lebanese newspaper is angering the public in how they report producers having some local [Jordanian] actors wearing IDF uniforms.
By Daniel Salami
A new Netflix series currently being filmed in Amman sparked anger in Jordan after it was revealed the Jordanian capital is being used as a stand-in Tel Aviv, where the show is set.
According to Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar, the American streaming company decided to film the project in Amman due to budgetary restrictions. The production is reportedly filming at some 50 different locations in the Jordanian capital. Continue Reading »
Having received multiple threats by the anti-Israel group BDS, 50 Hollywood executives pen letter of support, “We stand behind… Netflix in the face of this blatant attempt at artistic censorship.”
LOS ANGELES – More than 50 Hollywood executives have thrown their support behind Netflix, which is facing a campaign by a Palestinian-led movement to drop Israeli television series “Fauda” from its streaming platform.
In a letter on Tuesday to Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, the executives from record labels and Hollywood talent agencies called the move by the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement a “blatant attempt at artistic censorship.” Continue Reading »