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'Uncharted' Movie Releases Game-Inspired Cargo Plane Scene In Full

'Uncharted' Movie Releases Game-Inspired Cargo Plane Scene In Full

We've finally got the highly anticipated Uncharted 3 scene in all its glory, ahead of the movie's release next month.

So, how are we feeling about the Uncharted movie then? It sure is a film that’s happening, and only next month, if you can believe it. 

Well, a brand new clip has just dropped, and it’s given us a full look at the movie’s recreation of the iconic plane scene from Uncharted 3. We’ve seen glimpses of it in the previous trailers, and it’s undoubtably been a part that a lot of fans have been looking forward to.

Check it out below…

Eagle-eyed viewers will be able to spot just how faithfully so many of the shots in the scene have been recreated - there’s no doubt that they were really going down the nostalgic fan-service route. Not that that’s a bad thing, of course, but we see you, Sony Pictures. 

In case you weren’t in the loop, and this whole movie is news to you, it sees Tom Holland cast as Nathan Drake, and Mark Wahlberg as Victor “Sully” Sullivan, out on a mission to recover a fortune lost by Ferdinand Magellan 500 years ago. What begins as just a heist job quickly becomes a race to reach the $5 billion treasure before the ruthless Moncada (played by Antonio Banderas), who believes he and his family are the rightful heirs. 

As for this specific clip, there’s obviously a lot of action, plenty of CGI, and more than enough people surviving situations that they really shouldn’t have, but hey, it’s no more outlandish than the original moment from the game, so you’re not going to see me complaining. 

There’s no doubt that if you’re a fan of the series, or just enjoy a bit of Tom Holland in general, there’s going to be at least something for you to enjoy when the movie hits our screens on 11 February in the UK (18 February for US audiences, sorry folks). Get your calendars marked.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Pictures UK

Topics: TV And Film, Uncharted