The Uncharted film is definitely occurring. The Uncharted film is definitely occurring? The Uncharted film is definitely occurring.
After practically 12 years of false begins, director swaps, and recastings, Sony Footage’ live-action Uncharted film is truly occurring. To rejoice the event of filming, which is happening beneath strict COVID-19 security protocols, the unique Nathan Drake stopped by the set to cross the torch to the brand new Nathan Drake, performed by Spider-Man: Far From Residence actor Tom Holland.
“Like trying right into a mirror!” actor Nolan North, who voiced Drake in Naughty Canine’s unique Uncharted video games, tweeted on Thursday. “Proud to have @TomHolland1996 persevering with the Drake legacy! Completely smashing it! Thanks for the set go to!!”
Right here’s the total picture of North and Holland, as they probably focus on how arduous North ought to wink on the digital camera when he inevitably makes a cameo within the movie:
Two further images present props from the movie, together with a jeweled relic hanging out in the midst of a crypt, and an previous guide with an illustration of 16th-century Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan. The guide might trace on the film’s eventual plot, which isn’t anticipated to be based mostly on any of the video games.
Uncharted, which — based mostly on Holland’s Instagram — seems to be taking pictures outdoors of Valencia, Spain, on the small coastal city of Xàbia, was scheduled to start filming earlier this 12 months, earlier than the pandemic swept in and despatched each Hollywood manufacturing into lockdown. Images shared by Holland in July teased that manufacturing was gearing up, and now the movie is lastly underway after shedding administrators like David O. Russell, Neil Burger, Seth Gordon, Dan Trachtenberg, and Travis Knight alongside the best way. This model of the movie is helmed (for now) by Venom’s Ruben Fleischer.
Uncharted, which stars Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas, and Tati Gabrielle is presently set to be launched July 16, 2021.