Chris Hemsworth’s Netflix drug cartel drama ‘Extraction’ gets an explosive trailer

Who said self-isolation had to be boring?

The official trailer for Netflix Original drug cartel film Extraction has been released – watch below.

The film stars Chris Hemsworth (with his native Australian accent), Golshifteh Farahani and David Harbour in an explosive rescue mission to extract the kidnapped son of an emprisoned international crime lord.

Hemsworth plays Tyler Rake, the black market mercenary tasked with spearheading the extraction procedure on his most dangerous case to date.

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Watch the trailer for Extraction here:

The film was produced by Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo, with Joe also writing the film’s script, based on the graphic novel Ciudad.

Extraction follows Rake and the boy into the underworld of weapons dealers and drug traffickers, selling this as one of the streamer’s most edge-of-your-seat originals yet.

The streaming titan has finally made public its top 10 most watched films and TV shows in every country. “The position of the row will vary depending on how relevant the shows and films are to you,” said Netflix.

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Earlier this year, Chris Hemsworth and his family donated $1 million to help fight against bushfires in Australia to support charities who were “working flat out to support and relief during this devastating and challenging time”.

Netflix has launched a relief fund offering over $100 million to support affected artists during the coronavirus outbreak, having lost work due to suspended or cancelled productions.

Extraction will be released worldwide on Friday April 24.

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