A movie about 'Uncharted' has been in development for an amazing 13 years, but now we're finally starting to see the project come to life with the leakage a new trailer (or parts of it), showing how an iconic moment in the game franchise starring Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) will be on the big screen of cinema.

In the 40-second clip that is going viral on social media, the adventurous protagonist is seen regaining consciousness – not unlike the disaster that marks the opening scene on the train in 'Uncharted 2: Among Thieves', it should be noted – and hanging precariously on a cargo plane.


However, as much as the sequel alludes to what is considered the best game in the series, the scene in question is a clear reference to Stowaway's chapter in 'Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception' – something we've always suspected would look great in cinema, even without the desert.

From there, Drake shows off his characteristic crossing skills, climbing back onto the plane and avoiding a "flood" of cargo. In another scene from 'Uncharted', a henchman, apparently played by Tommy Flanagan ('Sons of Anarchy'), is shown approaching the slippery protagonist and mistaking him for a Scottish accent. Of course, there is a typical hard-hitting adventurer's joke, who in the middle of the fight lets out a "what?" as an answer.

The trailer has been taken down and reposted on social media such as Twitter and TikTok throughout the night of Wednesday (20) and Thursday morning (21), as Sony Pictures tries to contain the leaks as they occurred. with 'Spider-Man: No Return Home'.

At the time of publication of this text, the video is still live and gives a “taste” of what we can expect when the official version is released – possibly later this week.

Tom Holland as Nathan Drake in the live action of 'Uncharted'. Image: Sony Pictures/Disclosure

Either way, it's comforting to finally see Tom Holland's young Nathan Drake brought to life: it's been a long journey for the film, so far. The live action project was initially supposed to be released on December 18, 2020, before being pushed back to March 5, 2021, when director Travis Knight left the project. The Covid-19 pandemic then postponed the launch to October 8, 2021, before being brought forward to July 16, 2021 and finally resting on a release date in February 18rd, 2022 (Ufa…).

Technically, an 'Uncharted' feature has been under construction in one form or another since 2008, and the current (final?) version of the project shows Ruben Fleischer, from 'Venom' and 'Zumbiland 2', in charge – the seventh director to be linked to the project,

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Holland described to the website VG247 the movie script as “one of the best” he's ever read. In addition to the current Peter Parkes from the big screen, Mark Wahlberg plays Sully and Antonio Banderas plays a mysterious character yet to be revealed. The production also features the actress Sophia Taylor Ali.

And 'Uncharted' isn't the only Sony exclusive-based IP that we'll see move from console to big (and small) screen in years to come. Currently, the company is hard at work on three films and seven TV shows based on PlayStation Studios properties – including one. 'The Last Of Us' series, in the hands of the HBO channel. Rumors also suggest that the studio is working on a new game with Nathan Drake.

Sources: VG247 e GamesRadar +

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