Dwayne Johnson to return to set of ‘Red Notice’ after recovering from COVID-19

The forty eight year old actor, Dwayne Johnson who is famously known as The Rock is all ready to continue production on his new movie Red Notice. The actor and his family recently got affected by the coronavirus due to which the work on the movie had to be delayed.


The actor, his wife, and his two children got affected by coronavirus. The Jumanji actor said that this was the most difficult thing they had to do as a family. He also added that the situation is totally different.



The president of the production at Seven Bucks Productions, Hiram Garcia is the producing partner of the actor and told the sources about Dwayne Johnson returning back to the sets of the film.

It will be an action movie that will not fail to give you a thrilling experience and will make you laugh too.

This all-new film will stream on one of the most biggest streaming networks, Netflix. Dwayne returned to complete the movie on fourteenth September. The other producers were worried that the schedule of the film would suffer due to this and was also worried about the health of the actor and his family.

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All necessary measures are being taken care of to ensure there is no more cases of corona among the cast. The set has been divided into colored zones and only a limited number of people are allowed at a time.

The movie also stars Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. Garcia also said that the movie will be completed mostly by November and the audience will be able to watch it.

The producer who is also the brother in law of Dwayne Johnson is also working on Jungle Cruise with the actor. The movie will release in theatres by the next year as it was also delayed.


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