- Chris Hemsworth answered the fan's questions Extraction on Instagram.
- He talked about filming the film's many extravagant combat sequences.
- Hemsworth also collapsed this "courage scene".
In a live Instagram Q&A released yesterday on Netflix & # 39; YouTube channel Extraction and godly mortal Chris Hemsworth answered several fan questions about his role in the biggest action -Thriller this spring.
The Netflix original included some of the most extravagant combat choreography in the recent past, including a 1
The technical complexity helped to support a more or less conventional action film.
Extraction contains a simple narrative – the device that Hemsworth says comes from Western and Steve McQueen films – and takes place like a long escort mission for video games: Take the kidnapped child from point A to point B. and kill a lot of people in between. But at the heart of this mission is another emotional journey, which may not be less clichéd than shooting outwards, but is equally challenging for Hemsworth's character Tyler Rake: to count on the son who died fighting for the living, to save proverbial son He no longer has.
Hemsworth himself is the father of three children. He filmed Extraction in India and Bangladesh, far from his family in Australia. Hemsworth says he used the distance to get help in a certain scene where an emotional Tyler Ovi reveals why he's not really brave despite all his fearless shooting. He wasn't there for his son's death. (Viewers learn that he has lymphoma.)
This is how Hemsworth has broken down his breakdown:
Every time there is an emotional scene, you have to try to find a way to deal with it connect, or something you can draw on. Sometimes it's completely out of your experience, so just try and find something else that causes you pain or emotion and fall back on it. I made this film for about three months and missed my family like crazy. I hadn't seen my children in weeks or weeks. That day [of shooting] I missed her a little more, and I was able to use some of it. For me, I think it's about letting go in those moments and just trying to make it appear organically and not force it too much. You have to be willing to take a risk and it doesn't always work, that's the truth. You build your instincts as best you can.
It's not that we've never seen Hemsworth emotionally – even Thor has moments of vulnerability before the Marvel joke follows. But the courage gave us something else, perhaps just a reminder that Hemsworth has the emotional reach to carry a film that he is not physically and physically fighting through. As much as we love these battles, we look forward to a performance where the weapons are locked away.