Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot resume shooting for Red Notice, share pictures on Instagram

Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot shared photos of them undergoing a coronavirus nose swab test as they resumed filming for Red Notice

Press Trust of India September 13, 2020 12:20:53 IST

Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds has resumed shooting for action heist thriller Red Notice, co-starring Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson.

The streamer Netflix had paused the film's shoot in March in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The film was being shot across the world since February and had moved to Atlanta in early March.

In a post on Instagram, Reynolds shared photos of him undergoing a coronavirus nose swab test on Saturday.

"Back to work on Red Notice. The COVID Test is quick and easy. The doctor places the swab up your nose, just deep enough to tickle your childhood memories and then it’s over," the actor wrote.

On Thursday, Gadot had shared similar photos on social media as she went back for the film's shoot.

"Getting ready to head back to the Red Notice set but prep looks a little different no... #staysafe" she posted on Instagram.

Red Notice is being directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The film is expected to release in 2021

Updated Date: September 13, 2020 12:22:00 IST

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