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Jack Ryan 3: John Krasinski was helicoptered and tossed for action sequence

John Krasinski cut open and tossed from a helicopter
Image Source: IANS John Krasinski cut open and tossed from a helicopter

John Krasinski, best known for playing the role of Jim Halpert in ‘The Office’, will be seen performing a dangerous stunt in the upcoming third season of ‘Jack Ryan’. In one of the action sequences, he is ripped open and thrown from a helicopter.

The actor said about it: “We were doing an air-and-water stunt where everybody was a Navy SEAL in the helicopter that day. During the shoot, a friend of ours, Kevin Kent, said, ‘It would be great if you could do the stunt. Did.’ I said, ‘What would that look like?’ And he said, ‘It’s going to feel like I’m ripping you open and throwing you out of this helicopter’.

He further recalled: “And they did, right then and there. (We do stunts) whenever we can, whenever it feels safe. I think you get that little kid instinct.” is, ‘I can do that, we can try!’ It’s one of those things that can be really exciting but can also get you in trouble.”

Season 3 will see Krasinski as the iconic CIA agent. The action-thriller series is set to take viewers through high stakes as Jack Ryan tries to stop another worldwide crisis while being falsely implicated on a mission and now, on the run from his own government. is forced. ,

Regarding the big gap between season two and season three, John said: “This season especially, we had fans in mind because we knew the time between seasons two and three would be such a big one. Had to be a season that was worth waiting for.

“We knew what we wanted to do with the characters and tried to pay homage to the Tom Clancy books. We wanted to walk into the sunset, like how these characters were in the book in the last chapter.”

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“Jack Ryan” is co-produced by Amazon Studios, Paramount Television Studios and Skydance Television, and executive produced by Andrew Form, Alison Seeger, John Krasinski, Vaughn Wilmott, Brad Fuller and Michael Bay. The series is all set to start streaming on Prime Video from 21st December.

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