Dwayne Johnson has had a pretty exciting year with his latest Netflix release, Rawson Marshall Thurber’s Red Notice peaking charts and dominating viewership ratings. Starring alongside Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, Johnson was a part of this mockbuster that won over the viewers due to the brilliant cinematography, incredible visuals and umpteen goofs.
Netflix has added a lot of Dwayne Johnson film titles to their shelves over the last few years. According to the latest viewership data released by Netflix, three of his films are dominating the global charts of the streaming giant.
Besides Red Notice, the charts also feature Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.
David Leitch’s 2019 film Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw saw Johnson alongside Jason Statham, Vanessa Kirby, Elza Gonzalez and more. Johnson and Statham played the titular agent Hobbs and the mercenary Shaw, who are ultimate rivals. However, to prevent a genetically modified supervillain from gaining unbridled power, they must unite to put a stop to it.
The story is not very different from Thurber’s Red Notice that was said to be Netflix’s “biggest film ever”. Reynolds, a sneaky art thief, teams up with Johnson, an FBI agent, to put a stop to Gadot, a dangerous con-woman.
However, after various twists and turns, it is revealed that Johnson and Gadot are on the same team and have been scamming Reynolds all this while.
Brad Peyton’s 2012 film Journey 2: The Mysterious Island starred Johnson, Vanessa Hudgens, Josh Hutcherson and Luis Guzman in major roles. Playing Hutcherson’s stepfather, Johnson was seen embarking on an adventurous quest on an island to find his stepson’s missing grandfather.
A sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth and based on Jules Verne’s The Mysterious Island, the film has recently piqued the interest of viewers, despite receiving severe criticism upon its release.
Watch the three films on Netflix now.