Chris Hemsworth is all set to reprise his Tyler Rake's character in the sequel of "Extraction," and this time, the stunts are going to be "a lot more extensive."

The 39-year-old actor, who worked in numerous Marvel movies, including Thor, compared action sequences of both franchises, noting that "Extraction 2" will have "bigger, badder, more deadly, and more dangerous" stunts.

"In a very crowded world of action, I think we did something that's very unique," Hemsworth told Entertainment Weekly on Tuesday. "Not to take anything away from the special-effects-filled sort of Marvel film, but you have a lot of help in post-production there."

Hemsworth noted that obviously, as he can't fly in real life, the post-production team helps to get through those scenes with help of special effects in Marvel movies. Whereas in "Extraction 2," the action is "grounded in reality, and so much of it is in camera."

"So, it's a different energy, and the preparation is a lot more extensive," he added.

During the interview, the "Thor: Love and Thunder" star also shared details of one of the major action scenes, where a helicopter lands on a train, explaining how he was terrified that things could've gone wrong.

"Probably the most intense part was not so much the exhaustion levels," he explained. "But just the sheer terror of all the things that could have gone wrong, but thankfully didn't."

The actor praised the action team for doing rehearsals and choreography of these stunts so that nothing could go wrong, adding there's a lot of safety training involved in the process.

Sam Hargrave, who helmed the movie, also accompanied Hemsworth during the interview and shared how he got the "adrenaline rush" while filming the helicopter scene.

"I will never forget standing underneath that helicopter," the director recalled. "I was our camera operator for that moment, so I was filming. I could reach out with my hand, and I could have high-fived our pilot. It was amazing. It's like an action fan's fantasy come to life."

"Extraction" was released in 2020 on Netflix, and the sequel will also release directly on the streaming platform next year. The flick will also star Golshifteh Farahani, Rudhraksh Jaiswal, David Harbour, Priyanshu Painyuli and Megan Anderson.

Aside from the action thriller's sequel, Hemsworth will be next seen in Hulk Hogan's untitled biopic, "Furiosa" and "Avengers: Secret Wars."

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