Producers Beau Flynn and Hiram Garcia have been quite busy promoting Dwayne Johnson‘s upcoming release of Black Adam. While his eyes have been quite focused on building a new DC empire, the actor has another new franchise in development. Together with director Rawson Marshall Thurber, he’s been spearheading a film trilogy with Red Notice. The first film ended up as one of the biggest releases on the platform. In an interview with Collider, the producers teased how far along they are with the anticipated sequels.
Well, we have a ‘Red Notice 2’ script and almost [Red Notice] 3. The plan is hopefully if Hiram and I have of our way that we would make those movies back to back. But it’s going to be all about the scripts and how we feel and how Dwayne, Gal, and Ryan feel about them. But that franchise is a blast and obviously Netflix really wants it, and Rawson [Marshall Thurber, director and screenwriter] is committed.Beau Flynn
It seems like they are busy with both sequels, and it’s interesting that they are hoping to direct the sequels back-to-back. It’s not an uncommon practice in the industry and it’s also a showcase of just how much Netflix believes in the project.
Yeah, Rawson [Marshall Thurber] is working away and we were just talking to him about it the other day. He’s deep in it and that’s his baby. So, he’s grinded away. We’re excited to be able to get into it and see a new draft that he’s about to deliver us to us very soon.Hiram Garcia
It sounds like they believe in Thurber‘s work and we’ll see if they’ll start production sooner rather than later. Yet, if they are still in the middle of the script development, they might need a bit of production is set to release at some point next year.