Stuck in production hell for over a decade, and after numerous production stills and teases the eagerly awaited one Unexplored Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, the film finally has its first official world premiere trailer, which gives us a glimpse of how they bring beloved Nathan Drake, Victor “Sully” Sullivan and epic tales of the treasure hunt to the big screen.
While Hollands and Wahlberg’s attitudes towards the characters of Nate and Sully differ somewhat from the games, they differ Unexplored The movie trailer is filled with scenes and references that fans of the games will love, and seems to take inspiration from each title. In one scene, Nate and Sully talk about Nate’s brother Sam, who was first mentioned or seen Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Sam appears to play a slightly larger role in this early Nathan Drake story, with the treasure hunt apparently linked to finding him, suggesting that the Unexplored Game canon and Unexplored Film canons are clearly separated from each other.
There are many other scenes from the nativity scene straight from great moments and favorite set pieces from across the series. Shipwrecks in caves, big car chases through cities and the big scene “falling from the rear of an airplane with mesh boxes” which are basically straight out Uncharted 3. Holland even speaks Nate’s famous “Aw, crap!” Line at one point. Sully never wears his signature mustache, although we’ve already seen Wahlberg with the lip warmer on. Which is okay, maybe the younger Sully wasn’t into facial hair just yet.
It is noteworthy that, unlike the trigger-happy Nathan Drake from the game series, Holland’s character only throws at his characteristic pistol holster shoulder straps and fires a pistol once in the trailer, very briefly at about the 1:26 mark. Otherwise, Holland is never seen with a gun in the rest of the preview. While the games require gunplay and an endless supply of disposable villains for “gameplay,” this is Unexplored The film looks like it is pulling away from Nathan Drake, who is a blatant murderer.
Naughty Dog says they hope the film will both appeal to a brand new audience and delight fans of the franchise. Director Ruben Fleischer believes that “both will be equally entertained by this incredibly entertaining and action-packed film.”
the Unexplored Theatrical release only on February 18, 2022. What do you think now that the trailer is out?[Source: PlayStation Blog]