Uncharted: Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg present making-of with double dose of muscle

Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg present a making-of d’Uncharted whose rhythm is as sustained as their arms are muscular.

If we video game fans have been used to never get our money’s worth in adaptations of our favorite video game medium (lesson sponsored by adaptations of Resident Evil), the association of Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in Uncharted could make us lie (or persuade us never to enter a dark room again).

And if the project has long been on the cards, passing through the hands of six different directors, or demoting Mark Wahlberg to the role of mentor, him who was originally to be Nathan Drake, we can consider that it is perhaps a bad for a good, recovering in passing the darling performer of the public of the spider-man.

We appreciated the reference to Uncharted 3 : L’Illusion de Drake present in the trailer despite the liberties taken, and here are our two versions of Nathan Drake back with their arms congested to offer us a little peek as to what this Uncharted has in the belly. Spoiler, stunts (in both senses of the word).

On the program of this making-of, breathtaking scenery, action scenes in the air, in chic evenings, in the sea (all that’s missing is space and the center of the Earth to complete the action movie bingo), and a buddy movie vibe between Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg.

As for the action, we shouldn’t be too out of place, a fortiori with the co-writers Art Macum and Matt Holloway, having Transformers 5: The Last Knight to their credit (it’s a little scary), and director Ruben Fleischer at the helm of the project, who had given birth to Venom (that on the other hand is very scary).

We could also shed a tear thinking about the very ambitious genesis of the project, in which we would have had a glimpse into the family of a Nathan Drake in the prime of his life. We would have found Joe Pesci or Robert De Niro in secondary roles for a sauce atmosphere Les Affranchis which would very probably have delighted us.

“Look at these antiques, there’s even the first version of the script!”

However, if the stigma of the players is not ready to close (a fortiori with the approach of the last adaptation of Resident Evil) in the face of their adaptations, Uncharted could turn out to be quite a pleasant surprise.

First thanks to Tom Holland, who should manage to grasp the balance between muscle mass and playfulness to offer an authentic version of a rejuvenated Nathan. Then also thanks to Mark Wahlberg who had time to understand the license Uncharted, and this although he plays the spicy Sully and no longer Nathan as the project originally appeared.

To remove the mystery about the quality of the adaptation of this Uncharted, it will be necessary to go in the dark rooms on February 16, 2022.

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Uncharted: Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg present making-of with double dose of muscle