Uncharted Movie

New Uncharted Movie Video Has Tom Holland Explain Cargo Plane Stunt

One of the most publicized stunts of the upcoming Uncharted movie is certainly the one set on crates flying out of a cargo aircraft.
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One of the most publicized stunts of the upcoming Uncharted movie is certainly the one set on crates flying out of a cargo aircraft.

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Today, Sony Pictures Entertainment released a new “Behind the Stunts” video in which Nathan Drake actor Tom Holland himself explains how that scene was achieved over several weeks of filming.

The scene is rather iconic, considering that it’s basically lifted from Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and you can watch it in a previous video that was revealed during Sony’s press conference at CES.

Check out the new video below.

The Uncharted movie will premiere in theaters on February 18, 2022, just a few days after the launch of the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which will come to PS4 and PC in early 2022. You can also take a look at a recent trailer.

In some countries (Australia, New Zealand, the UK, or the US), you can actually receive a ticket for the movie by purchasing the collection, which is certainly handy.

In the meanwhile, you can also read our reviews of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.


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