Buckle up because Tyler Rake has returned from the dead and is prepared to fight. Chris Hemsworth is prepared to repeat his black operations mercenary movie debut from three years ago in Extraction 2. The family of a ruthless Georgian criminal is saved by Hemsworth’s fighter counterpart in a new teaser for the action epic as he embarks on another dangerous mission.
The trailer begins with a young woman who appears afraid as she impatiently waits in a shadowy prison cell before Rake appears out of the shadows and orders her to ‘MOVE’ in his trademark straightforward manner. In typical Joe and Anthony Russo fashion. Things quickly go out of hand and Rake finds himself in the middle of a bloody jail brawl. Taking out inmates one at a time in an effort to save the girl. When he transforms his body into a human shield for his recently released captive. He channels his inner Thor and calls upon the skies, or in this case, a grenade.
Extraction Sequel Teaser Reveals Shocking Twist and Intense Action Scenes
Therefore, when he is hit over the head with a brick and falls to the ground like he does at the conclusion of Extraction. Nothing exactly happens as planned. Then, he experiences memories of his initial death rather than his life. A voiceover is heard indicating that he had had been pronounced “clinically dead” only nine months earlier.
Audiences catch a quick view of Rake lying in a hospital bed as someone tenderly kisses his forehead. Along with what appears to be his son. He looks to be enough affected by that vision to emerge from the muck and launch himself into pounding his foes into turning their weapons against them. Yet in his struggle for survival, he witnesses the girl being scooped up and dragged towards a group of people outside his line of sight in the distance.
Extraction 2 Will Differ From Its Last Version
If the new teaser is any indication, Extraction 2 will surely push the envelope in terms of seamless action sequences. Also, it appears likely that viewers will have the opportunity to uncover a few more facets of Rake’s emotionally indifferent personality. While the movie promises to be as as intense as its predecessor. In which he saved Ovi, a mafia lord’s kidnapped son, Joe Russo vows that this one will be “totally different.”
He previously told Collider, “It’s extremely different from ‘Extraction 1’, which we appreciate. In that sense, it is a standalone film. It features a distinctive colour scheme. It takes place in a distinct region of the planet. Moves at a different tempo and tone.
Makes likely that some of the themes of sacrifice and survival will endure in the sequel to the original movie. Which was based on the graphic novel Ciudad by Ande Parks, the Russo brothers, Fernando León González, and Eric Skillman. Nonetheless, the producers clearly want to advance the plot. This makes sense in especially because Extraction 2 has large shoes to fill after drawing in an astounding 99 million households for its predecessor—a Netflix first.