Netflix has updated its brand new website to report numbers and with it confirmed that the recent release of Red Notice is on its way to becoming their # 1 movie of all time. According to the same Netflix figures, Red Notice has aired a total of 277.9 million hours from its global audience, placing it in the lead to dethrone the Bird Box as their biggest movie. Here’s the highlight, Bird Box became the largest Netflix prototype movie of all time, with 282 million hours of transmission in its first 28 days, Red Notice recorded 277.9 million hours of streaming in the first 17 days of its release.
Aside from a shocking drop in viewership, as in the unique figures of the time it aired, Red Notice will likely take Bird Box as the biggest movie on Netflix in the time it will take you to complete this sentence. With eleven days left in Red Notice’s “first 28 days” window and a major holiday weekend coming soon, the new film starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot could well reach the 400 million hour mark. before the week. over. From week to week the film dropped only 14% in terms of airtime, and that was before many people were off work with their family and a few hours to kill.
The full list of the 10 most popular original Netflix movies is read (the numbers in parentheses are the opening hours of the first 28 days):
- Bird Box (282,020,000)
- Red alert (277,900,000)
- Mining (231,340,000)
- The Irishman (214,570,000)
- The Kissing Booth 2 (209,250,000)
- 6 Basement (205,470,000)
- Spenser Confidential (197,320,000)
- Enola Holmes (189,900,000)
- Army of the Dead (186,540,000)
- The Old Guard (185,710,000)
Of course, with the Red Notice being a vehicle of Dwayne Johnson and a product of its Seven Bucks Productions as well as a prototype of Netflix, the franchising was on paper from the beginning.
“What we have planned is to see how this goes,” producer Dany Garcia told Variety earlier. “I think there is … with Seven Bucks Productions, it’s almost like the ‘franchise’ is just part of our conversation. But we are also smart enough to say, “Let’s see how it all goes.”
As you probably already remember, many of the Seven Bucks movies end up starting a franchise with the likes of Jumanji, Jungle Cruise, Shazam !, San Andreas and Hobbs & Shaw all already having sequels at various stages. development after their release.
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