Both the official production account and actor Mark Wahlberg confirm the end of the filming of the film based on the popular PlayStation saga.
Finally, the film adaptation of the Uncharted video game saga has ended its filming after a production that has taken much longer than desired, either due to continuous changes in creative teams (from directors to screenwriters) or due to the global crisis of the coronavirus , which forced principal photography to stop for months. Now, and thanks to the confirmation of both those responsible through the production’s official account on Twitter and that of the actor Mark Wahlberg (in the role of Sully, the mentor of a young Nate played by Tom Holland, Spider-Man in the UCM), filming is definitively concluded.
“Sic Parvis Magna” by Francis Drake
Thus, the official account of the production has published a photograph of a clapperboard from the shoot next to Nate’s characteristic pendant and the text “Sic Parvis Magna” by Francis Drake. For his part, actor Mark Wahlberg, who recently came to be seen characterized as Sully with a mustache included, has shared a photo of a shirt in the style of Nathan Drake’s mentor along with a cigar in an ashtray and the text “Here we go, boy ”.
Here we go, kid. @unchartedmovie @Naughty_Dog pic.twitter.com/xpL7etW6qf
– Mark Wahlberg (@markwahlberg) October 29, 2020
However, the Uncharted film, directed by the filmmaker Ruben Fleischer and which has Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg and Antonio Banderas among the main cast, is scheduled to premiere on July 16, 2021, a date that was confirmed after the exchange. by Sony Pictures with Spider-Man 3, which will finally be released at the end of the same year.
Speaking of the third part of Spider-Man in the UCM, actor Tom Holland is already in Atlanta, United States, preparing his shooting after filming the last scenes of the Uncharted movie on the Mediterranean coast of Alicante and Girona. His first picture as a young Nathan Drake was recently posted.