Little by little we are learning more details of the movie of Uncharted, the film adaptation of the Nathan Drake story that aims to serve as a prequel to video games and whose filming in Spain last October: today the New York Times has published an article on movies and series inspired by video games, a text headed by a new image of this feature film in which we can see its two main protagonists.
Tom Holland y Mark Wahlberg darn vida a unos jvenes Nathan Drake y Victor Sullivan respectively; both appear in the new image that you can see below these lines. So far we have seen some pictures of the protagonist explorer dressed as the video game character, but what appears to be an image taken directly from the tape had not been published. In her we see the two actors inside a church while young Drake aims the flashlight.
Uncharted movie delays release (again)
Another detail that we have learned thanks to the New York Times article is that the premiere of the film of Uncharted it has been delayed again for a week. In principle It was going to be seen in theaters on July 16 of this same year, but Sony moved its premiere schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic and its launch was postponed until Friday, February 11. However, in this report it is mentioned that The new release date for this adaptation is Friday, February 18, a week ahead of schedule.
Thus, we will have to wait a little longer to see the expected adaptation of Uncharted to the big screen, a film that will not only have Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in the main roles, but also has confirmed the presence of Sophia Ali as Chloe Frazer and Tati Gabrielle like Braddock, the like Antonio Banderas in an unknown role, in a project directed by Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland, Venom).