Netflix’s Extraction is officially the biggest movie premiere the streaming service has seen to date, and a number of reasons can be attributed to that success. On of them them is the level of action and bloody violence the movie’s main character Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) engages in as he struggles to get Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal), his young charge, out of the city of Dhaka.
Now, viewers can pin a hard number to the film’s massive body count. According to Netflix’s official Twitter account, the final number of victims that Rake dispatches is just shy of 200. “The least believable part of Extraction is that at no point do any of the 183 people that Chris Hemsworth kills mention how ridiculously good looking he is,” the tweet reads.
Considering that Rake must deal with a corrupt police department as well as a drug lord’s entire army, it’s not surprising that the body count is that high.
Extraction is based on the Oni Press graphic novel Ciudad, written by Andre Parks and illustrated by Fernando Leon Gonzalez (with a story by Parks, and Joe and Anthony Russo.) Joe Russo, who penned the screenplay, recently closed a deal to write a sequel and co produce with his brother Anthony.
Netflix has revealed the exact number of victims Chris Hemsworth's Tyler Rake has to kill in order to survive in Extraction.