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Uncharted Movie Trailer Released, Includes Multiple Game References - IGN

Uncharted Movie Trailer Released, Includes Multiple Game References - IGN
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The first trailer for the Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland Mark Wahlberg has been released, and includes setpieces that look strikingly like moments from throughout the game series on which it s based.

The trailer shows a young Nathan Drake as a bartender, meeting Mark Wahlberg s Sully, before the two embark on an adventure. We also get mention of Nathan s brother Sam, who players met in Uncharted 4: A Thief s End. Antonio Banderas character is the antagonist, a rival treasure hunter with seemingly a lot more resources.

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The trailer also appears to solve the long-running sage of the answer, it seems, is that he won t have one, at least not in the beginning. The movie arrives on February 18, and will be released into theaters only, rather than taking a day-and-date streaming approach.

In a blog post from Uncharted 4 co-director Neil Druckmann, he mentioned that director Ruben Fleischer s mission for the film was to make it, "for both hardcore fans of the game and those who are not yet familiar with the franchise", and that he believes "both will be equally entertained by this incredibly fun and action-packed film."

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After rocky pre-production, including , Uncharted attached Venom director Ruben Fleischer and began filming last year . Before now, we d only seen images of the movie , and some pointed out the similarity to some setpieces from the games.

The movie will seemingly be an origin story, explaining why the youthful Tom Holland was cast as Nathan Drake , while his . Tati Gabrielle, Antonio Banderas, and Sophia Ali will also appear.

Between Uncharted and The Last of Us series coming to HBO , Sony has begun leaning into screen projects based on its biggest games, and Last year, Sony Pictures said it was developing seven TV shows and three movies based on PlayStation games .
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