Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot to make ‘red notice’ return as Netflix resumes production

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Netflix is ​​resuming production of its original film “Red Notice,” according to two of its A-list actors.

Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot shared snapshots to their millions of followers on social media of themselves tested for coronavirus, along with messages of their return to production

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“Back to work on #RedNotice. The Covid test is quick and easy. The doctor places the swab in your nose, just deep enough to tickle your childhood memories, then it’s over, ”Reynolds said captioned a slideshow of three photos he posted on his Instagram that show it. getting his nose dabbed on Saturday. “No matter what you tell him, he won’t buy you dinner first.”

Reynolds’ wife Blake Lively has been credited with capturing the 43-year-old actor’s coronavirus test.

Earlier in the week, Gadot released his coronavirus test, which may have inspired Reynolds to share his experience.

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“Getting ready to go back to the red notice set, but the preparation looks a little different now .. # stayafe,” Gadot wrote on Wednesday.

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Gadot notably wore a T-shirt that reads “After Corona” followed by a statement that shows that she is eager for the pandemic to end.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is also in the movie, but it’s not immediately clear if he will return to set after only recovering from the coronavirus recently.

Representatives for Johnson did not immediately respond to FOX Business for comment.

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On September 2, Johnson posted a video to Instagram telling his followers that he, his wife and two young daughters had contracted the potentially fatal respiratory virus.

“It was one of the toughest and most difficult things we’ve ever had to go through as a family,” Johnson said in his Instagram video at the time, about two and a half to three weeks later. that he and his family fought against the disease.

“We are on the other side, we are on the other side. We’re not contagious anymore, and we’re – thank goodness – we’re healthy, ”Johnson added.

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Johnson has posted other updates since the shocking revelation, including a happy birthday message to his wife, Lauren Hashian, a Labor Day cry to Teremana Tequila, and a photo of him fishing.

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