‘Extraction’ set to become Netflix’s biggest movie

LONDON: Actor Chris Hemsworth’s movie ‘Extraction’, which released in April is on track to nab 90 million households in its first month of availability.
Movie Extraction is said to Netflix’s biggest launch ever that would be a larger viewership than movie Underground (83 million), Bird Box (80 million), The Witcher (76 million), and Murder Mystery (73 million).
The movie would likely garner solid viewership this summer in a continuing pandemic, which has left folks stuck at homes indefinitely. 
Netflix issued a statement a day earlier, announcing the film is poised to become its most-watched feature film premiere to date. With people around the world sheltering in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Extraction is well on its way to becoming the biggest-ever film premiere on Netflix — with a projected 90 million households getting in on the action in the first 4 weeks,” the streamer tweeted. “Thanks to everyone who watched so far!”

Hemsworth starred in the action drama as black-market mercenary Tyler Rake, who is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. Sam Hargrave, stunt coordinator on Captain America: Civil War, directed the film. Joe Russo wrote the script and produced it with his brother Anthony. The movie premiered on 24th April.
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