Take a look at the second Uncharted movie trailer, now with added moustache!

Uncharted movie poster
Uncharted movie poster

The seconded trailer for the Uncharted movie dropped over the Christmas period and you can watch it below. We get to seem more of Nate and Sully in action, Antonio Banderas being evil, and a guest appearance of Sully’s moustache at the end of the trailer.

The Uncharted movie stars Tom Holland as Nathan Drake, backed up by long-time adventuring partner Sully, who’s played by Mark Wahlberg. The film’s story isn’t an exact match to any of the video game tales, but according to notorious spoiler and leak machine Tom Holland, it takes the most inspiration from Uncharted 4, while being placed as a prequel or origin story of sorts.

The February 18th debut in theatres is yet another delay for the film’s release, albeit a much more minor one this time around. Originally announced for a 16th July 2021 release, the film has been impacted by the pandemic restrictions, just like all Hollywood productions of the last few years. Sony announced that it would be pushed back to February 11th 2022, but what’s another week, eh? Mark 18th February in your calendars, if you want to go see it.

The Uncharted movie has been in development for so long that Mark Wahlberg has gone from originally being considered to play Nathan Drake, and now he is Victor Sullivan. The cast also includes Hollywood icon Antonio Banderas though it is unknown what his role will be. Sophie Ali will be playing Chloe Frazer while Tati Gabrielle is playing Braddock, a brand new character for the series.

With the promotional campaign stepping up a notch we also have our first look at the poster. It finds Tom Holland doing his very best Nathan Drake impression and Mark Wahlberg finding something rather puzzling just off camera. Maybe he dropped his moustache there.

Uncharted movie poster

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  1. Swinging on to pirate ships as they .. swing about, looks right up there with anything the Uncharted games have done but those banister acrobatics don’t seem very Nathan Drake

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