Tom Holland's Uncharted Movie Gets Earlier Release Date

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
April 25, 2020  02:47 PM

 

We may finally have some good news about the highly anticipated live-action adaptation of Uncharted. A new report reveals that the Tom Holland film is getting a new release date and it's a little earlier than expected.

It has already been announced that the Uncharted movie will be moved to October 8, 2021 although it was already scheduled for a December 2020 premiere. Luckily, Deadline confirmed that the film is finally getting an earlier release date in July of the same year.

It's no secret that the adaptation has already gone through a lot of obstacles in the past. The Ruben Fleischer film has taken ages before it could start production and just when they were about to begin, it needed to be shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Interestingly, Holland had stated that they were told to stop on the first day of filming. In addition to that, the Avengers: Endgame actor has no idea when shooting will resume.

Uncharted isn't Holland's only film that will be changing its premiere date. It has been reported that Spider-Man 3 will also be getting a later release date on the same year.

The Uncharted film will star Holland as Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg as Victor Sullivan. They will be joined by Antonio Banderas, Sophie Ali and Tati Gabrielle, whose roles have not yet been disclosed. The movie will hit theaters on July 16, 2021.

Related: Thor: Love and Thunder Gets Earlier Release Date

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