New record for The Rock



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New record for The Rock

For several years now, the WWE multiple world champion, The Rock, has now left pro-wrestling to pursue a literally stellar Hollywood acting career. After the first steps taken thanks to the WWE, with the films King Scorpion, The Mummy and several other products with the collaboration of WWE Studios, in the end, Rocky was able to slowly mend his own space within the world of American cinema, becoming soon the highest-paid Hollywood actor of the year, on several occasions.

If several of The Rock's films have hit the box office all over the world, the record we are about to bring you back had not yet been marked and concerns the very latest effort of the former wrestler, or the film exclusively for Netflix called Red Notice, which already held the record for the budget spent on a Netflix film, which reached over 200 million dollars spent by the platform to be recorded.

In the last few hours, thanks to Rocky, we learn the latest record made by the film, which in less than two weeks has become the most-watched film in Netflix history.

The Rock has set a new record

Thanks to a stellar cast, composed of The Rock himself and other important actors such as: Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Ed Sheeran and Chris Diamantopoulos, Red Notice has become in a very short time the most-watched film in Netflix history, with the same actor ex-wrestler, who occasionally reappears in the rings of the McMahon family, who in fact wanted to thank everyone, fans and professionals, for the record achieved.

On his Instagram channel, The Rock wanted to report: "Nyet politsiya ... Not even a COP! This is my talk between enemy friend Ryan Reynolds and me, giving you a taste of why RED NOTICE has officially become the BIGGEST MOVIE IN NETFLIX HISTORY !!!

In less than two weeks, we have broken all the records and we still have many weeks to go. THANK YOU GUYS and watch RED NOTICE this weekend around the world." Speaking to Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Dr. Chris Featherstone, Russo said he was the person who advised The Rock to talk in the third person: “I said, ‘Rock, I want you to try something different tonight.

Go into the ring and refer to yourself in the third person.’ He goes, ‘What do you mean?’ ‘Refer to yourself: The Rock says, The Rock thinks, The Rock did this.’ He looked at me kind of like, ‘You think so?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, bro, just try it.’ So, bro, he went out there that night and he did it. As I watched, I’m like, ‘That’s it, that’s it,’” he said.