Antonio Banderas will join in “Uncharted” to Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg


Antonio Banderas join Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in the film adaptation of the video game “Uncharted”a project that, after many years in development and with setbacks of all kinds, will start its shooting very soon.

The middle specialized Variety said Monday that Flags will be part of this film, whose premiere is scheduled for march 5, 2021, and that will lead Ruben Fleischer, who called the attention of Hollywood with the comedy of the undead “Zombieland” (2009), and that triumphed in the whole planet with “Venom” (2018).

Next to Flags, Variety noted that Sophia Ali and Tati Gabrielle will also work in this film, in which already listed as a confirmed actors Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg.

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Flags live one of the best moments professionals your career after success with the tape Pedro Almodóvar “Pain and glory” (2019), by which the spaniard was nominated for the best actor Oscar (the first of his career).

The plan to bring to the big screen the adventures of “Uncharted” has been kicking around in Hollywood for the last decade without being able to materialize until now.

Directors like David O. Russell (“Silver Linings Playbook”, 2012) and Travis Knight (“Bumblebee”, 2018), among many others, were linked to this project until Fleischer took the reins.

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Mark Wahlberg, who this week presented in Netflix the movie “Spencer’s Confidential,” he confirmed in an interview that the shooting of this film about “Uncharted”, which will serve as a prequel to the plots of the video game, is just around the corner.

“Yes, we’re going to start in about two weeks. I’m very excited. In the beginning I was going to play Nathan Drake but envejecí (smiles). So now I perform here to Sully and Tom Holland will embody Nathan Drake,” he said.

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“This movie feels like the ‘Indiana Jones’, ‘Romancing the Stone’ (1984) or as ‘The Thomas Crown Affair’ (1968). I fell in love with the script and we’ll see how things evolve to create something new and different,” he added.