The first trailer for Sony’s impending surprisingly realistic movie adaptation of Naughty Dog’s computer game franchise, Uncharted, is rumored to drop this week. Uncharted was stuck being developed purgatory for a large part of the past decade. In 2020, it was announced that Venom director, Ruben Fleischer, would rudder the movie with Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (Iron Man) composing the screenplay. Creation on the film took place all through 2020 and, following numerous delays because of the Covid-19 pandemic, will finally release in theaters on February 18, 2022.
According to a scoop via Daniel “DanielIRPK” Richtman on Patreon (via Comicbook), Sony Pictures will apparently release the first trailer for Uncharted this Thursday, October 21st. That being said, fans should take this information at face value as no official information about the trailer’s release has been announced by Sony. However, with the movie set to release very quickly, it would make sense for a trailer to drop soon.
Holland’s other blockbuster, Marvel Studios/Sony’s forthcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, has likely impacted how Sony is approaching advancement for Uncharted. Since some of the publicity surrounding No Way Home’s first trailer has kicked the bucket slightly down, Sony could expand on Holland’s energy by teasing one more blockbuster just before No Way Home’s rumored second trailer and then release on December seventeenth. On the off chance that No Way Home is the finish of Holland’s Spider-Man franchise (however not his residency as the webslinger), Uncharted could represent his next series of films.
Plot details for the Uncharted movie have been left hidden, and it remains to be seen on the off chance that it can satisfy its Indiana Jones-caliber source material. The film’s casting has been censured by some fans, and the first footage sees Nathan tossed into the realm of fortune-hunting rather than eased into it. On the off chance that the film commits the repetitive cardinal sin of computer game adaptations and prioritizes the action over pacing, character, and overall story, Uncharted could be in a difficult situation. Long-lasting fans will inevitably improve sense of what the film has to offer when its trailer drops (ideally) very soon.