Chris Hemsworth Thanks Fans for Watching 'Extraction' on Netflix
Chris Hemsworth portrays the character of a black-market mercenary named Tyler Rake in the Netflix action flick Extraction.
On Saturday, Chris Hemsworth took to Instagram to display appreciation towards all the fans who watched his latest movie 'Extraction' and helped make it the #1 film on Netflix.
The Avengers star gushed, "It looks like it is going to be Netflix's biggest feature film of all time, which is absolutely mind-blowing, and we are blown away by the response and the support."
Since premiering on 24th April, Extraction has been viewed by over 90 million households as per the streaming giants.
Hemsworth continued, "So, on behalf of myself, the Russo brothers, Netflix, and director Sam Hargrave, thank you so so much. We love you guys."
As for Netflix pushing for the record-breaking film's 'sequels and prequels,' Chris said he would enthusiastically return as Rake, but there are no confirmations yet.
The 36-year-old added, "There has been a lot of talk about sequels and prequels and all sorts of things, and all I can say is who knows, but with this kind of support it is something I will be pretty stoked to jump back into."
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Hemsworth shared the appreciative clip from his home in Australia, where he resides with his wife Elsa Pataky and their three kids.
The Thor star concluded, "So, I love you guys, you're the best, be well and stay safe! Cheers."
Extraction, based on the graphic novel 'Ciudad' by Ande Parks, is an action thriller film directed by Sam Hargrave and written by Joe Russo.
Watch: Extraction | Official Trailer | Screenplay by JOE RUSSO Directed by SAM HARGRAVE | Netflix
The film featuring Chris Hemsworth, Rudhraksh Jaiswal, and Randeep Hooda explores a black ops contractor who must retrieve the abducted son of an Indian crime boss in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Upon its release on 24th April on Netflix, the film earned mixed reviews from critics, who lauded Hemsworth and Hooda's performances as well as the stunt work but criticized the shallow storyline and extreme brutality.
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