After experiencing Covid-19-related production delays in Sydney, a sequel to the 2020 Netflix thriller Extraction. Extraction 2, starring Chris Hemsworth, is expected to start shooting this autumn. Extraction, which premiered in the spring of 2020, quickly became one of Netflix’s most popular original films. Over 90 million viewers. A sequel, written by Joe Russo and directed by Sam Hargrave. They also directed the original film, which was immediately put into production.
Chris Hemsworth verified his character’s survival and revealed insights on the sequel to Extraction at Netflix’s TUDUM fan event.
Where Does The Shooting Of Extraction 2 Take Place?
While the first film shot in India, Bangladesh, and Thailand. The sequel is set to begin to shoot this autumn in Sydney. According to a source close to the project, however, Covid-19-related production delays have rendered filming in Australia unfeasible until November. When actor Hemsworth is schedule to shoot the next Mad Max picture for director George Miller.
Extraction 2’s teaser begins off where the first film left off, with Rake shot and falling off a bridge into a river. “Tyler, you drown not by falling into the river, but by remaining submerged in it,” Mahajan says in voiceover. Rake then propels himself up from the river’s bottom in an attempt to live.
It’s unclear exactly what to expect from Extraction 2’s plot. But now that Tyler Rake’s unclear position at the conclusion of Extraction has been clarified, and it’s apparent that he survived, the narrative surrounding his rescue and recovery seems more real and credible. It’s unclear how he’ll return to mercenary life following his near-death experience, but Extraction 2 will have no option but to answer these questions.
Extraction 2 has yet to give a release date by Netflix. Hemsworth is next to find on Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder, which will release on May 6, 2022.
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