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Red Note Cleopatra Eggs: Are They Real? Is it a real story?

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Many fans enjoy the new Netflix movie, Red note, with Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. A key element of the plot is the hunt for three rare eggs allegedly commissioned by the Egyptian queen Cleopatra (there will be some spoilers in this article).

Many people ask themselves: are the eggs real? Did Cleopatra really have three priceless, jeweled eggs given to her by Mark Antony on her wedding day? The answer is no. Sorry to disappoint, but the Cleopatra Egg storyline in Red notice is completely built up.

Here’s what you need to know:

According to TheWrap, Hiram Garcia, a producer on Red notice and President of Production at The Rock’s Seven Bucks Productions, the film’s writer and director, Rawson Marshall Thurber, told the Cleopatra Eggs.

In the film, Gadot and Reynolds play art thieves, both of whom are after the third and missing Cleopatra egg. Johnson, who claims to be an FBI agent, joins the hunt allegedly to clear his name.

Even people who worked on the film thought the story was real, but according to TheWrap, it’s fake.

“One of the funniest things on the field when we took it around town was that he came up with all of the setup you hear in the movie above and during the game he has an amazing setup that makes him this fascinating little excursion through history, ”Garcia told TheWrap. “He’s telling you about the time and Cleopatra to really build the Macguffin of the movie.

“At the end of the field, the same thing came up, ‘I had no idea about the whole Cleopatra thing,’ and with great comedic timing he always said, ‘Oh, I just made that up.’ It has such a well-thought-out backstory that you wish they were real, but no, they were entirely made up. It’s a very funny idea that he came up with. “

TheWrap states that there are famous eggs throughout history, especially the famous Faberge eggs. But they have nothing to do with Cleopatra.

According to, the Fabergé eggs were created for the Russian royal family. In 2010, an “American scrap dealer” bought a golden egg with precious stones for just over 13,000 US dollars. It ended up being worth $ 33 million because it was one of 50 Faberge eggs created for the Romanov family.

The Fabergé eggs were Easter gifts, a tradition that, according to, began with Tsar Alexander III in 1885. started.

Plus, the love affair between Mark Antony and Cleopatra was real. According to NPR, they are among the greatest lovers in history. According to, she was the Queen of Egypt and he was a Roman soldier and statesman.

“The moment he saw her, Antony lost his head to her like a young man,” wrote the Greek historian Appian, according to, who described a mausoleum she had built Works of art, gold boxes, royal robes, supplies of cinnamon and incense, essentials for them, luxury for the rest of the world. ”But eggs are not mentioned. He took his own life thinking she did, but it was a trick; she then also took her own life. So her story ended very tragically.

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