Sony Pictures CEO calls ‘Uncharted’ ‘new hit movie franchise’

The latest movies from Sony Pictures and PlayStation Productions, Uncharted territorya prequel to the game series of the same name, took a hit on their hands.

Fans of Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series…to say the least, when Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Nowhere to Go) will play Nathan Drake alongside Mark Wahlberg’s Victor “Sully” Sullivan. That concern has been present in every trailer revealed for the film, and while that feeling may still be there, now that the film is in theaters, it seems destined for a sequel.

That’s because not only did it beat expectations in its opening weekend, grossing $106.4 million worldwide, but Sony Pictures CEO Tom Rothman called it a “new hit.” series”, according to reports deadline. He said in a company-wide email sent yesterday, praising the film, which is directed by Ruben Fleischer. deadline Talking to Rothman, while the CEO didn’t directly confirm a sequel, he expressed hope that one is on the way.

After this Uncharted territory It grossed $51 million at the domestic box office, beating the meager expectations of $30 million for the film, which cost $120 million to make. Its global total now exceeds $139 million. The movie is out, and it looks like Hollander’s Drake is destined to find treasure again (if you’ve seen the end credits, you probably already know exactly what treasure Sally and Drake will be looking for next).

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[Source: Deadline]

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