The coronavirus situation is ever-changing, and as Johnson said in the video, “we’re in a beta phase,” so things could certainly change by next month. But it certainly sounds like Red Notice is fully prepared for filming, and if they can complete the shooting, it will give Johnson the all-clear for Black Adam, which is now shooting next year. Netflix will also be hoping to get the shooting done, so they have another big release that they will likely be hoping follows in the footsteps of Reynolds’ 6 Underground, which previously sat as the fourth-most watched Netflix film. If the filming is completed without issue, fans will likely see Red Notice hit Netflix sometime in 2021.
NEWS:On Instagram, Johnson released a new video essentially titled “Back to work we go,” as the star announced that Netflix’s Red Notice “will resume shooting starting next month, approximately mid-September.” In addition to announcing the plan of resuming shooting, Johnson also explained the “extremely aggressive” plans to execute the filming safely that includes a “quarantine bubble,” which Johnson reveals is like the NBA’s plan in Orlando, and that they have also been receiving information from the NBA to see what has been “effective” and what has been “challenging” with their bubble system. Full Instagram post can be seen below: