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Ryan Reynolds Shares An Important Message After His Last Day On ‘Red Notice’ Set

Ryan Reynolds Shares An Important Message After His Last Day On ‘Red Notice’ Set

COVID-19 has affected the film industry as well as anything else. It has been tough on all of us. The actors and actresses, who took a break for months, started to resume shooting and continue going to their sets and Nexflix’s ‘Red Notice’ was one of them. Ryan Reynolds, one of the film’s actors, wrote a very meaningful message by sharing very special photos from his last day on set.

Red Notice is a new action-comedy thriller written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The film’s action trio are Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson.

Many people work on the movie sets, besides the actors, therefore, much more stringent measures are taken, especially in this period, so everyone protects their health and no one gets COVID-19.

In fact, Dwayne Johnson, one of the actors of the film, had stated in his previous posts that Red Notice took the strictest and safest health measures in Hollywood.

On Friday, Ryan Reynolds shared a bunch of set photos because it was his last day on set. As can be seen in the photos, many people on the set are trying to do their job by taking anti-virus measures. For this reason, Reynolds highlighted the importance of this issue and shared a meaningful message with his followers.

Ryan Reynolds primarily explained that there haven’t been a lot of movies lately and he really misses them. Red Notice shootings, which started 10 months ago, stopped in March with the increase in the number of COVID cases. Stating that after returning to the sets thanks to many health and safety workers in September, he took off his hat in the face of the efforts of everyone on the team, and said that over 300 people did their jobs in the most challenging conditions.

Reynolds, who also congratulated the families, friends and all loved ones of these devoted people for taking the risk of staying away for months by making great sacrifices, stated that some heroes do not wear capes instead they wear masks and visors and had cotton swabs shoved up their noses every day.

Here’s what he wrote:

“There haven’t been a lot of movies lately. I miss them. Yesterday was my final day on #RedNotice. We started this film 10 months ago. We stopped in March with no idea when or if we’d go back. With the help of so many whip-smart health and safety workers, Netflix found a way to get us back to work.

My hat is OFF to this crew. I can’t emphasize their grit enough. Over 300 souls living in a sequestered bubble to make this a reality. They went to work under the most intense circumstances every day. That sacrifice is not only theirs, but it also belongs to their family, friends and loved ones who haven’t seen them in months. Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear masks. And visors. And have cotton swabs shoved up their noses every day.”

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There haven’t been a lot of movies lately. I miss them. Yesterday was my final day on #RedNotice. We started this film 10 months ago. We stopped in March with no idea when or if we’d go back. With the help of so many whip-smart health and safety workers, Netflix found a way to get us back to work. My hat is OFF to this crew. I can’t emphasize their grit enough. Over 300 souls living in a sequestered bubble to make this a reality. They went to work under the most intense circumstances every day. That sacrifice is not only theirs, but it also belongs to their family, friends and loved ones who haven’t seen them in months. Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear masks. And visors. And have cotton swabs shoved up their noses every day. #RedNotice @netflix 📷: @masistills @hhgarcia41

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