The new Netflix heist movie goes live on November 12.
If you can't wait to watch James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 take a beating in 'No Time to Die' next month, there are plenty of car-centric movies you can watch right now on streaming services. Following its theatrical release in June, you can now watch Fast 9 at home on video-on-demand services.
We also recommend 6 Underground on Netflix. Directed by Michael Bay and starring Ryan Reynolds, 6 Underground opens with a jaw-dropping car chase featuring a bright green Alfa Romeo Giulia. Ryan Reynolds will also star alongside Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot in Red Notice, a new heist film streaming exclusively on Netflix this November.
The first teaser trailer gives us a brief glimpse of the film's numerous automotive action scenes. In one sequence, Dwayne Johnson gets behind the wheel of a white Porsche Taycan and burns some rubber. We don't know the context of the scene, but the actor confirmed the Taycan will star in a "big chase sequence" on social media last year.
Filming for the action sequence didn't go smoothly though, as Dwayne Johnson couldn't fit inside the Taycan. While the Porsche Taycan has already appeared in video games like 'Gran Turismo Sport' and 'DiRT 5,' 'Red Notice' will likely be the electric sports sedan's first major movie role.
In another scene, an Alfa Romeo Giulia gets chased by Italian police driving Giulia cop cars. Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds also blow up some old Jeeps while being chased in a tunnel. Reportedly filmed on a budget of $200 million, 'Red Notice' is one of the most expensive Netflix films ever made, so it should be a fun, action-packed ride.
As for the plot, Dwayne Johnson plays an FBI agent named John Hartley, who is forced to team up with art thief Nolan Booth (Reynolds) to catch the world's most wanted art thief known as 'The Bishop' (Gadot) after she is put on "red notice." Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber who helmed Skyscraper also starring Dwayne Johnson, Red Notice will stream on Netflix on November 12th.