In Uncharted , the film based on the video game saga produced by Naughty Dog, the public will be faced with particularly spectacular scenes.
One of these has already been shown to us in part in the trailers, contains a reference to Uncharted 3: The Deception of Drake and sees Tom “Spider-Man” Holland in the role of the protagonist Nathan Drake , struggling with a dive into the void.
To realize that moment it took five weeks of filming, we can find out more details thanks to this video.

The cast

The cast includes Tom Holland ( Nathan Drake ), Mark Wahlberg ( Sully ), Antonio Banderas , Sophia Ali and Tati Gabrielle .

The plot

Based on one of the best-selling and critically acclaimed video game series, Uncharted introduces the crafty young Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) to audiences in his first treasure hunt adventure with witty partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg). . In an epic action-packed adventure that spans the entire world, the two protagonists set out on a perilous search for the “greatest treasure ever found”, chasing clues that could lead them to Nathan’s long-missing brother.

The young Nathan Drake

Tom Holland will lend his face to a young Nathan Drake , the protagonist of an entirely new storyline, never told in video games. In fact, it will be an origin story: we will find out how Nathan met his great friend and mentor Victor Sullivan , aka Sully , and we will see him evolve into a treasure hunter. Last year, Charles Roven explained the nature of the project:

We made up a wonderful origin story, but it’s still based on the Uncharted video game . It does not take place during any of the video game time frames. It’s actually set when Nathan Drake and Sully – who I think can be called his paternal surrogate – were much younger. It’s an origin story that evolves from video games, but it’s not directly drawn from them.

The screenplay

The first Uncharted script was written by Joe Carnahan , but the current version of the script bears the signatures of Art Marcum , Matt Holloway and Rafe Judkins .