Uncharted the movie, the first official trailer with Tom Holland as Nathan Drake

Uncharted the movie, the first official trailer with Tom Holland as Nathan Drake

Uncharted the movie

Finally released the first official trailer of the Uncharted film, which finally shows some scenes from the film, reiterating the release in February 2022 for Italy. Internationally, the film will be available in cinemas starting February 18, 2022, but the specific date has not yet been confirmed with us.

This is a work in progress since time immemorial which has seen numerous changes of directors and which many have given up many times over. Instead here it is, despite the past vicissitudes.

The trailer shows different sequences from the film, and is very different and larger than the teaser that finished online yesterday, which showed more specific sequences (actually the final part of the trailer).

Here we can see Tom Holland in the role of Nathan Drake in different moments of the film, which announces itself as highly spectacular and very respectful of the atmospheres of the videogames of the series.

Always remaining on the subject of intellectual property PlayStation, we remind you that just yesterday Sony announced the arrival of God ofa> War on PC.

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Uncharted’s first movie trailer is full of very familiar action

After over a decade of development (and seven directors), it seems that Sony’s Uncharted movie is finally, really, truly going to actually come out — and it has the trailer to prove it.

Starring Tom Holland as an incongruously young version of fortune hunter / adventurer / general human punching bag Nathan Drake, Uncharted is set long before the popular video game series, winding the clock back before Drake was a seasoned Indiana Jones knockoff to the start of his career.

It is kind of hard to shake how young Holland looks here compared to his more grizzled video game counterpart, along with what appears to be an identical American accent to his Spider-Man voice in the Marvel films. But Sony will have plenty of time to convince fans to get on board in the coming months.

Despite ostensibly being a prequel, fans of the games will note that a lot of the action in the film looks very familiar: the big plane set piece looks ripped right out of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, for example.

The film also features other notable Uncharted characters, even if they’ve been rendered virtually unidentifiable here: Mark Wahlberg is playing a mustache-less Sully (Nathan’s father figure / partner), while Sophia Taylor Ali is a young Chloe Frazer, who apparently knows Sully in this version of the franchise.

To put some perspective on how long the film has been in development, Wahlberg was originally set to play Drake himself in 2010, over a decade ago, when work started on the adaptation.

Uncharted isn’t the only major Naughty Dog video game adaptation in the works; the studio is also working with HBO on a TV show version of The Last of Us, set to star Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as Joel and Ellie.

Uncharted is set to finally hit theaters on February 18th, 2022.