During Netflix’s Tudum event, Chris Hemsworth and director Sam Hargrave revealed plans for a third entry in the popular action series Extraction. The news was made following the June 16 premiere of Extraction 2.
Tyler Rake, a black ops mercenary (played by Hemsworth), is the focus of the first two films. In the first movie, Tyler risks his life on a mission to save the son of an Indian mafia boss, which brings him dangerously close to passing away.
Following his recovery from the first assignment, Tyler undertakes another risky task to protect the family of a well-known Georgian criminal in Extraction 2.
Stuntman specialist Hargrave made his directing debut with the first Extraction movie and proceeded to lend his talents to the follow-up.
The sequel’s amazing 21-minute action sequence, which was shot in a single take, astounded viewers.
Hemsworth, Hargrave, and a group that includes the Russo Brothers (Joe and Anthony Russo), Patrick Newall, Mike Larocca, Angela Russo-Otstot, Eric Gitter, Peter Schwerin, and the Russo Brothers produced Extraction 2.
Ben Grayson, Steven Scavelli, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, and Jake Aust served as executive producers.
When the first movie in the series was released in April 2020, it quickly rose to the top of Netflix’s most-watched original film premieres list, hitting 99 million households in the first four weeks after its release.
The fourth-most watched streaming movie of 2020, it also reentered the Top 10 for the Fourth of July weekend.