Extraction 2 Trailer: Chris Hemsworth Accepts Another Dangerous Mission

Chris Hemsworth, who played the role of Tyler Rake, a black ops mercenary and was thought to be dead at the end of the first "Extraction" movie on Netflix, is coming back for another action-packed mission in the role.

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Netflix made the announcement in September 2021 that, contrary to what some viewers may have believed of the ailing elderly man's condition, Tyler had in fact managed to survive, despite all of the difficulties, tries to free the family of a brutal Georgian mobster. 

Throughout one minute and 45 seconds, there are only 27 words used in the conversation. Rather of delivering much in the way of conversation, the trailer primarily concentrates on showing Chris Hemsworth defeating his enemies, including shooting down a helicopter.

An earlier revelation made by Joe Russo suggested that there will be some changes made to the colour scheme that will be used in the sequel. The events that unfold take place in their own unique section of the world. This one is played at a different tempo from the previous one, and it also has a completely different tone than the first one. And this, to us, is an exciting way to approach serialising a tale because it is more shocking and unexpected, and you are not going to receive the exact same movie that you got the last time out. We find this to be an intriguing way to approach serialising a story. 

Rake, played by Hemsworth and revealed to be alive in the first trailer for "Extraction 2," does not waste any time in getting back to work on his goal. In what seems like a prison break, he brutally beats people to the ground with a riot shield, deflects a Molotov cocktail with the shield, and then proceeds to punch protesters with his burning fists.

Sam Hargrave, who was the director of "Avengers: Endgame" and had previously collaborated with Chris Hemsworth, will also be back for the sequel. Anthony and Joe Russo will continue to serve as producers. After making his directorial debut with the original "Extraction" film, Hargrave is now working on the film's sequel, which is his second feature-length film overall. In the past, he worked as a stunt coordinator on films directed by the Russo brothers, including "Captain America: Civil War," "Avengers: Endgame," and "Avengers: Infinity War."

In addition to newbies Daniel Bernhardt and Tinatin Dalakishvili, the cast also includes Golshifteh Farahani and Adam Bessa in the roles of Nik Khan and Yaz Khan, respectively. These two characters are members of Rake's mercenary squad.

The first season of "Extraction," which premiered on Netflix in April 2020, was an overwhelming commercial success. It was the most watched original film premiere in the history of the streaming service, with 99 million households watching it within the first four weeks of its release, making it the most watched film ever to launch on the streaming site. It was the title that had the most total streams during its first weekend of availability. After that, it made its way back into the Top 10 releases for the weekend of the Fourth of July. "Extraction" was the streaming movie that saw the fourth-most viewers in the year 2020.

Extraction 2 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on June 16th.

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