Tom Holland


Tom Holland shared the first photo from the new Uncharted film.

Uncharted is getting a film adaptation from the wildly popular video game franchise and was one of the major films affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Holland shared a photo this morning on Instagram with the caption: "Day one #uncharted"

Holland is set to play the young treasure hunter Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg will star as Victor 'Sully' Sullivan. Antonio Banderas was casted in the film but his role has not been announced.

Holland has gone through an insane body transformation and took to Instagram stories to share a topless mirror selfie with the caption: "When working with @markwahlberg you gotta get after it!".

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Holland previously told that the film is set to be different from other video game adaptions:

"There was definitely a lot of inspiration that came from the games, but it's a very young, fresh take on the character because, obviously, we didn't get to meet him all that much when he was younger,"

Holland went on to say:

"But it's a pretty awesome movie, and it's global. We travel the world, we see some amazing places, and Mark Wahlberg and I are going to have a great summer together."

The film is set to hit theaters July 16, 2021 and will be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who previously directed Tom Hardy in Venom.

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