Chris Hemsworth Has Completed Extraction 2 Filming
Chris Hemsworth recently completed Extraction 2, and we can’t wait to see how the sequel turns out. Over the weekend, the 38-year-old actor shared a new set video, revealing that the highly anticipated sequel has finally wrapped production. The Australian actor took to Instagram, surrounded by the rest of the cast and crew, to thank everyone for working through the harsh conditions and stormy weather. “That’s a wrap!” he wrote. Another Extraction film completed. Our epic franchise is taking shape, thanks to the blood, sweat, tears, and passion of our incredible cast and crew.Thank you to everyone who has supported us throughout this journey, and here’s to many more, much love team. I can’t wait for everyone to see this one!” According to The Daily Mail, Extraction 2 began filming in Prague in September 2021 after originally planned to begin principal photography in Australia; however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, production was forced to relocate its shooting location.As he stepped back into the role of black-ops mercenary Tyler Rake, Hemsworth has continued to document the tumultuous shoot and his gruelling workout routine. Hemsworth was seen on-location filming a fight sequence in which numerous stunt performers were on fire in one video. In the video, Hemsworth joked, “Are they supposed to be on fire?”Extraction 2’s stunt work will undoubtedly be a highlight, as the action thriller film’s director, Sam Hargrave, is a stunt coordinator himself. Hargrave and Hemsworth have previously collaborated on several Marvel Cinematic Universe films. The first Extraction film became one of Netflix’s most-streamed movies ever. Nobody was surprised when a sequel was announced for April 2020.The film’s screenwriter, Joe Russo, also directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame, so this wasn’t the only Marvel reunion on set.Little is known about the plot of the Extraction sequel, but we do know that it is based on the graphic novel Ciudad, which Russo co-wrote with his brother Anthony Russo, Ande Parks, Fernando León González, and Eric Skillman.