Tom Holland talks Uncharted movie, reveals his picks for Sully
Last week, it was suggested that Tom Holland would star as Nathan Drake in a long-in-development Uncharted film, starting early in a life of a burglar and holding impulse from a third game’s prequel scene. Now, vocalization with Yahoo!, a immature actor non-stop adult about how he became engage in a film:
“It’s an sparkling one. we didn’t know most about it. It arrange of only came, it was a review we had with (studio head) Tom Rothman about a intensity of opposite cinema that I’d like to work with with Sony and we only had a thought that maybe a immature Nathan Drake would be something that audiences would be unequivocally meddlesome in. we met Shawn (Levy, director) during a MTV awards and we had a brief discuss about a intensity of doing an start story rather than duplicating what a games have finished and it seems like people have been unequivocally vehement about it, we know we am. I’m vehement to have some serve conversations about it.”
When asked who he would like to see play a purpose of Sully, father figure and coach to Drake in a series, Holland replied:
“I consider Jake Gyllenhaal could be unequivocally cool, though we indeed went to a Jurassic World film set a other day to revisit my crony who is directing it and Chris Pratt is on that film, who we have turn unequivocally good friends with over a final few months, and we consider he would be a good Sully. we consider it could be cool, since if it was an comparison (Nathan Drake) film we would contend that Chris should play Nathan, though we consider he would be a good Sully and we adore operative with Chris.”
The Uncharted series hails from Naughty Dog and Sony Interactive which began in 2007 with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. There have been 3 sequels to Drake’s Fortune, with a latest, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, carrying strike stores in May of 2016. A new stand-alone expansion, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, was also recently announced and will entrance this year.
Uncharted is an Arad/Atlas Entertainment Production, with Charles Roven, Avi Arad, Alex Gartner, and Ari Arad producing.