Extraction, the Chris Hemsworth-starring motion film for Netflix written by Joe and Anthony Russo (The Avengers), is getting a sequel, and now we all know when it might start taking pictures. Joe Russo informed ComicBook that the plan, because it stands presently, is to begin cameras rolling in some unspecified time in the future in 2021.
Plans might change, after all, and all of it relies on when the script is finished–which it’s not presently.
“We’re within the script section proper now however we’re hoping to shoot that someday subsequent yr. After which you recognize … I am tremendous excited, Hemsworth’s tremendous excited, Netflix is happy, so it is actually only a operate of getting the script completed,” Joe Russo stated.
Extraction, which was produced by the Russo brothers’ AGBO manufacturing firm, debuted on Netflix in April and it was a big success. In accordance with Netflix’s information, 90 million houses worldwide watched the film in its first 4 weeks, which makes it the largest unique film launch of all time for the streaming firm.
Hemsworth is predicted to return for the subsequent film, whereas a earlier report stated director Sam Hargrave will come again as effectively.
Whether or not or not Extraction 2 might be a sequel or a prequel stays to be seen. Anybody who has seen Extraction is aware of that it ends with a really ambiguous tease for what would possibly occur subsequent.
The primary Extraction didn’t carry out so effectively with critics, however the motion scenes have been very spectacular, together with an 11-minute one-shot the place the director strapped himself to the entrance of a automobile, risking his life, to get the shot. Take a look at the behind-the-scenes video above to see how they filmed that scene.