‘Uncharted’ Final Trailer Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg Shows Action-packed Adventures

‘Uncharted’ Final Trailer Dropped

The wait is finally over. The final trailer for the much awaited video game-movie Uncharted is here. The movie is based on an action adventure video game series fashioned for PlayStation consoles by Naughty Dog. The movie is a prequel to the video games and establishes the character of Nathan Drake. It will center young Nathan’s life before everything went south in the first game.

'Uncharted' final trailer dropped starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg
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Trailer V/S the Video-Game

It will reveal how Nathan met Victor “Sully” Sullivan. Sullivan plays is his partner and also acts as his father figure. The trailer does not seem to do complete justice in portraying the video game. The trailer shows some over the top unrealistic action scenes. Although, it appears that it will be a treat for those who prefer beautiful cinematics. Even Tom Holland’s looks to not bear a resemblance to that of Nathan’s.

The trailer shows the duo getting into funny, quirky arguments while they are on a quest to recover a treasure worth $5 billion. However, there is much more to the story than just that. The movie will have some major diversions from the popular game.

'Uncharted' final trailer dropped starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg
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The starcast

Through the trailer, it appears that the creators were not focusing on being particularly accurate. It was also evident from the overtly humour filled trailer. Zombieland and Venom director Ruben Fleischer has directed this movie. Spiderman actor Tom Holland plays Nathan Drake, Mark Wahlberg stars as his mentor, Sully.

The movie also stars Antonio Banderas, Sophia Taylor Ali and Tati Gabrielle along with the two actors. It is set to release on February 11 in the U.K. and on February 18 in the U.S.

At a point, the project was seemed to be cursed as various directors were dropping out of the project. The director, Fleischer is someone who knows his way around directing a franchise film and Uncharted is no different.