"Red Notice" becomes the most watched Netflix movie of all time
Dwayne Johnson's latest film, Red Notice, is now the most-watched film in Netflix history, according to the broadcasting giant.
"Red Notice" brought 328.8 million hours of views, reports Netflix, breaking the previous record held by "Bird Box" of Sandra Bullock in 2018 with 282 million hours of views.
Currently, 50 percent of all Netflix subscribers worldwide have viewed "Red Notice".
The film surpassed the previous record held in just 18 days, compared to the "Bird Box" that lasted 4 weeks.
The film, starring Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, was produced by Johnson's Seven Bucks Productions and debuted on the broadcast site earlier this month. It still remains in the top 10 movies on the platform in 94 countries, according to Netflix.
"Red Notice" tells the story of an FBI agent played by Johnson, who must collaborate with the world's biggest art thief [Reynolds] in a daring robbery in order to catch a wanted criminal played by Gadot.