Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg must learn to watch their footsteps in the latest clip from Sony Pictures’ upcoming video game adaptation, Unexplored. In pictures, courtesy of the official Twitter account unknown, Tati Gabrielle’s character Braddock puts adventurers to the test, as Dutchman Nathan Drake is whirled off a flying plane in a sequence strikingly reminiscent of the games the film is based on.
Unexplored will introduce the public to Tom Holland as budding explorer Nathan Drake. He decides to embark on his first adventure alongside his rival, who has become a partner, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, played by Mark Wahlberg. Based on the hit Naughty Dog video game franchise of the same name, the film will act as a prequel to the series, establishing an early take on Nathan Drake and his partnership with Sully, as the pair slowly become the treasure hunters they fans know and love. while unraveling one of history’s greatest mysteries and treasures in an action-adventure epic that spans the globe.
Venom and Zombieland: double tap Director Ruben Fleischer leads this live-action take on the popular video game, with screenplay by Art Marcum and Matt Holloway. Alongside Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg and Tati Gabrielle, Unexplored presents a supporting cast starring Sophia Ali as Chloe Frazer, another fortune-seeker who is Nate’s love interest, and Antonio Banderas as Moncada, a ruthless treasure hunter and the main villain of the movie.
Adapt Unexplored It wasn’t an easy task, with the project in the works for so long that Mark Wahlberg was originally scheduled to play Drake rather than Sully. Thanks to the relentless passage of time, Wahlberg took on the role of mentor, Sully instead, making way for Tom Holland to bring Nathan Drake to life on the big screen for the first time.
It’s undeniably tricky to tackle such an anticipated adaptation, but according to Naughty Dog co-chair Neil Druckmann, director Ruben Fleischer went to great lengths to ensure Uncharted wowed both fans of the source material and newcomers. arrivals. Druckmann revealed that Fleischer’s goal was to make an Uncharted movie that will appeal to “both die-hard fans of the game and those new to the franchise,” and that he believes it was achieved in stating “that both will be equally entertained by this incredibly fun and action-packed film.”
Of course, trying to play both Unexplored Enthusiasts and everyday moviegoers will surely be an extremely difficult task and could make sure that the film does not appeal to either. Hopefully Fleischer has managed to strike the right balance and create an exciting, gripping, and action-packed adventure that continues Tom Holland’s success following the recent release of Marvel’s record-breaking sequel, Spider-Man: No Path Home.
After suffering a delay, after a delay, after a delay, dating back to 2016, Unexplored is finally slated to hit theaters through Sony Pictures Releasing first in the UK on February 11, 2022 and then in the US on February 18.
The first Uncharted trailer finds Tom Holland’s Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg as Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan in search of their fortune.
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