Extraction 2 photos reveal first glimpse of Tyler Rake’s return

As production continues Extraction 2 in Prague, Marvel Cinematic Universe vet Chris Hemsworth took to Instagram to reveal the first photos of Netflix’s upcoming follow-up to last year’s popular action thriller.

In the first photo, we get a first look at the return of Tyler Rake, who was previously believed to be dead due to the serious gunshot wound to his neck he sustained in the final minutes of the first film.

The Extraction 2 The photos, which you can check out below, give us a glimpse of Rake’s next deadly rescue mission, which will take him to a whole new location. Meanwhile, the second pic features Hemsworth with director Sam Hargrave.

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Extraction 2 is again directed by Sam Hargrave from a screenplay written by returning scribe Joe Russo. Just like the first film, it is also produced by Avengers: Endgame Directors Anthony and Joe Russo across their AGBO banner with Hemsworth.

It will feature the return of Chris Hemsworth as skilled black ops mercenary Tyler Rake, who was last seen by viewers with a gunshot wound to his neck. It remains to be seen how the sequel will approach his survival after his near-fatal injury. The sequel was originally scheduled to shoot in Australia, but due to the ongoing pandemic, the streamer has decided to move production to the Czech Republic.

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The original film takes place in an underground world of arms dealers and traffickers and follows a young boy who becomes the pawn of a war between notorious drug lords. It has been received positively, with reviews praising its action streaks. In its first month of release, it was Netflix’s most-watched movie as it garnered 90 million households.

Extraction also played David Harbor (Strange things, Black Widow), Derek Luke (13 reasons why), Fay Masterson (Vice), Golshifteh Farahani (Paterson), and newcomer Rudhraksh Jaiswal.

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