Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Red Notice’ Pushed Back 5 Months to Fall 2020

Rawson Marshall Thurber is directing the film that Gal Gadot also stars in

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson’s “Red Notice” is being pushed from June 12, 2020 to Nov. 13, 2020, Universal Pictures announced Thursday.

Gal Gadot will also star in the international action-thriller that will be written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The “Skyscraper” producing team, consisting of Beau Flynn for his Flynn Picture Co., Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia for their Seven Bucks Productions, and Thurber for his Bad Version, Inc., will be back to produce this film. Wendy Jacobson will executive produce.

The only other film currently slated for Nov. 13, 2020 is the “Rugrats” movie. Gadot’s other movie, “Wonder Woman 1984,” is opening on June 5, 2020.

Almost every major studio bid on rights to the action comedy, with Universal and Legendary winning out and handing The Rock his career-best paycheck of $22 million. Thurber is said to receive an eight-figure salary while the project itself will cost upwards of $125 million.

Johnson most recently starred in “Rampage” and “Skyscraper,” and will next appear in “Fighting with My Family,” “Hobbs and Shaw” and “Jungle Cruise.” He is also serving as an executive producer on the NBC show, “The Titan Games.”

Gadot will next lend her voice to “Ralph Breaks the Internet.” Thurber wrote and directed “Skyscraper” and “Central Intelligence, and is currently serving as the writer for the TV series “The Umbrella Academy.”