this Unknown movie It’s been ridiculous 13 years of work, but we are finally starting to see the project come alive with the leak of a new trailer, showing how the iconic moment of the game franchise will be presented on the screen.
Watch the trailer embedded in the tweet below to learn about the fixtures inspired by the Stowaway chapter Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception – In any case, what we have always suspected will look good in the cinema.
With various strikes and delisting incidents, the trailer has been up and down overnight, but at the time of writing, the tweet is still playing and shows how you feel about the trailer when the official version is released later this week Expectations (in theory).
The screen shot of the Uncharted Sea movie trailer was leaked. A full trailer is expected tomorrow.
The movie seems to be released in February 2022. pic.twitter.com/ZBOiDSIjnR
— MauroNL (@MauroNL3) October 20, 2021
It is gratifying to finally see Tom Holland’s young Nathan Drake resurrected: so far, the journey of this movie is very long. The project was originally scheduled to be released on December 18, 2020, and was then postponed to March 5, 2021, when director Travis Knight left the project. The coronavirus pandemic postponed its release to October 8, 2021, and then was advanced to July 16, 2021… and then finally set a release date in 2022. call.
Technically, the film has been in production in some form since 2008, and the current (final?) version of the project is at the helm of Zombieland: Double Tap and Venom’s Ruben Fleischer-the seventh of the project Director.
Holland described the script of this Uncharted Sea movie as “one of the best scripts” he has read. Mark Wahlberg plays Sally, and Antonio Banderas plays a mysterious role that has not yet been revealed, if you want to know who will accompany him on the screen.
In the next few years, this is not the only Sony-based IP we will see moving from consoles to large (and small) screens; the company is currently working to produce three movies and seven TV shows based on PlayStation properties.
The rumors also indicate that the company’s newly established Mystery San Diego Studio is working on the next work in the Uncharted Seas series.