Mark Wahlberg Joins Tom Holland in ‘Uncharted’ Movie

Brenda Watkins
November 14, 2019

It's incredibly ironic that Wahlberg will be going from leading man to older adviser, as that's how long this process has taken.

Sony's function movie adaption of the Uncharted movie activity series is set to move ahead with Tom Holland as direct hero Nathan Drake.

The live-action Uncharted movie has found its Victor "Sully" Sullivan in the form of Mark Wahlberg, Variety has confirmed.

Victor "Sully" Sullivan is an American treasure hunter, fortune seeker, and a businessman, in addition to a pal, mentor, and father determine to Drake.

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During the various Uncharted games, Sully stayed by Drake's side as they solved puzzles and fended off enemies. If this film becomes a big hit, there is a chance that a franchise would eventually kick-off and more stories from the actual game would be adapted. Not just one but five filmmakers left the project in the past nine years. Fans of the Naughty Dog video game series of the same name know that Sully is the mustachioed, cigar-chomping, and treasure-loving friend/mentor of Nathan Drake.

Travis Knight (CEO of Laika Studios and director of Paramount's Bumblebee) is now helming Uncharted, which had also tapped Neil Burger, Shawn Levy, and Dan Trachtenberg to direct at different points in time. It has sold more than 41 million copies to date. The project will become the first feature production of Sony PlayStation Productions, which was set up on the Sony lot previous year. Headed by Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan, PlayStation Productions has come on to produce alongside Chuck Roven, Avi Arad, Alex Gartner, and Ari Arad.

The film is the first feature production between PlayStation Productions and Sony Pictures.

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