Sony Pictures has revealed the first trailer for ‘Uncharted,’ the film adaptation of the video game series of the same name. Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, the film will be released on February 18, 2022, in theaters including, IMAX 3D and RealD 3D.
Based on one of the best-selling, most critically acclaimed video game series of all time, Uncharted introduces audiences to the young street-smart Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) and showcases his first treasure hunting adventure with wisecracking partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg). In an action-adventure epic that spans the globe, the two go in the dangerous pursuit of “the greatest treasure never found” while also tracking clues that may lead to Nathan’s long-lost brother.
The cast also includes Sophia Taylor Ali as Chloe Frazer: A fellow fortune hunter who is Nate's love interest, Antonio Banderas, and Tati Gabrielle as Braddock.
The film is directed by Ruben Fleischer based on a script co-written by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, and Rafe Judkins. Executive producers include Robert J. Dohrmann, Asad Qizilbash, Fleischer, David Bernad, Neil Druckmann, Marcum, Holloway, Evan Wells, Carter Swan, and Holland. Charles Roven, Avi Arad, Alex Gartner, and Ari Arad are the producers.
The film has a long history of getting delayed both with its development and release. The film entered development in 2008 at first, with film producer Avi Arad stating that he is working with a division of Sony Pictures Releasing to develop the film adaptation of Uncharted, but the film entered in a complicated production, with directors, writers, and cast members. Wahlberg was supposed to play Nathan Drake, the role which was later decided for Tom Holland as the film was decided to be an origin story of Nathan Drake.
The film was originally set for release on June 10, 2016, but was delayed to June 30, 2017. The film was later delayed to December 18, 2020, and then to March 5, 2021, after Travis Knight's departure. It was further delayed to October 8, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film was then moved up to July 16, 2021, before moving to February 11, 2022, and then again to the following week on Feb. 18, 2022 (current release date).
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