Extraction 2 will feature double the number of action sequences of its predecessor, in line with Netflix’s new behind-the-scenes look.
Released as part of the Netflix Tudum 2022 celebration, the feature film takes viewers through the process of creating an action movie starring Chris Hemsworth. And based on what director Sam Hargrave teases, it looks like Extraction 2 will really amplify the action from the Netflix movie that preceded it.
Check out the behind-the-scenes trailer for extraction 2 below:
“Two” behind your name, you to have to bring at least twice as much action, ”boasts Hargrave in the 80-second trailer. The movie definitely positions Extraction 2 as a step up from the first Extraction movie, with numerous explosions, shootouts, and chase sequences.
Interestingly, Hargrave also suggested that Extraction 2 will feature an even better “oner” – a seemingly continuous, one-time sequence that keeps the audience in the center of the action through a multi-minute scene. A similar sequence was the main selling point of the first extraction film. As Hargrave says: “With Extraction 2, we’re going to push this through [oner shot] even further with a sequence more complicated and extreme than before. “
The video suggests that such an upgrade might be possible, with the camera being passed between multiple crew members during some potentially long and intense action scenes. However, we have to wait for Extraction 2 to be released to see if Hargrave is on the line.
Extraction 2 doesn’t have a Netflix release date yet, but will be coming in 2023. In the epic action movie, Hemsworth will reprise his role as Tyler Rake’s Black Ops mercenary from the first film, and Golshifteh Farahani will also return as Rake Nik Khan’s mercenary. It is unclear whether Rudhraksh Jaiswal will appear in the sequel as Ovi Mahajan Jr., the son of an Indian criminal lord.
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