'Red Notice' Is Planning for 2 Back-to-Back Sequels

Shooting will begin in 2023.

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Netflix is reportedly producing two more sequels for Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds hit heist film Red Notice.

According to Deadline, the original film’s director Rawson Marshall Thurber has now begun working on two other sequels to build out the franchise for the streaming giant, and back-to-back production is slated to begin sometime in 2023. All three stars Johnson, Gadot and Reynolds will be returning, although the trilogy is said to take inspiration from Ocean’s Eleven, building out a more comprehensive heist crew with an even bigger cast over the course of the next two films.

Joining Thurber on the crew will be Flynn Pictures Co’s Beau Flynn, who will return as producer alongside Hiram Garcia, Dany Garcia and Johnson himself under his own Seven Bucks Productions banner. Scott Sheldon will be taking on the role of executive producer.

Despite the report, Netflix has yet to comment on or confirm the sequels, so fans of the first installment should stay tuned for more updates to come.

Elsewhere in entertainment, Denis Villeneuve has spoken on the possibility of a third Dune movie.

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