The Rock has once again proving that he is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. He teamed up with fellow superstars Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds for the recently-released “Red Notice.” Now, the film is already on pace to set streaming records for Netflix.

So far, the film has reached 277.9 million hours viewed, according to Uproxx. The current record is just over 282 million for the Sandra Bullock film “Birdbox.” No other movie on the streaming service comes close currently.

The list is comprised of English language films only. Red Notice reached #2 in just ten days. It took Birdbox 28 days to crack 282 million hours viewed. It’s inevitable that the film will soon be #1. The current top ten is listed below, along with the total hours viewed.

1. Bird Box (282,020,000)
2. Red Notice (277,900,000)
3. Extraction (231,340,000)
4. The Irishman (214,570,000)
5. The Kissing Booth 2 (209,250,000)
6. 6 Underground (205,470,000)
7. Spenser Confidential (197,320,000)
8. Enola Holmes (189,900,000)
9. Army of the Dead (186,540,000)
10. The Old Guard (185,710,000)

Dwayne Johnson was recently nominated for several People’s Choice Awards. He performed his own rap for the movie with Tech N9ne. He’s re-launching the XFL. Is there anything The Rock can’t do?

It seems like Johnson may be giving Howard Stern a push for his title of King of All Media. From sports to production, acting to wrestling, Dwayne is on an absolute roll. The former WWE superstar has reached the top, and he’s showing no signs of stopping.

What did you think of ‘Red Notice’? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a new contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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