Unrecorded video shows an overview of the cargo plane scene

Our first look at Not detected yet The movie’s official trailer returned in October. In it, we got to see Nathan Drake fight in a cargo plane, mirroring the plane from Uncharted 3.

Today, Sony has provided an extended look at the cargo plane scene, and you can check it out below – if you’re up for it.

As you can see, as Nathan Drake, Tom Holland is ejected from a cargo plane and is trying his best to climb back through a set of crates tied together and hanging out of the plane. . Not only does he have to deal with waves and dangling boxes, but a rogue buyer is also shooting at him in the process.

Of course, he made it back to the plane, but then a Mercedes stored in the cargo hold sped toward him and he was ejected from the plane again.

Set in the game’s prequel, Uncharted will tell the story of how Nathan Drake came to meet and befriend Sully. It covers how Drake became a treasure hunter as he unravels one of history’s greatest mysteries spanning the globe.

The movie Uncharted has been out for a long time. It’s been in the works for ages, has lost more directors than fingers, has been revamped, rewritten, you can name it. But it finally arrived.

In theaters February 18, the film also stars Antonio Banderas, Mark Wahlberg, Tati Gabrielle (The 100), Sophia Ali (The Wilds, Grey’s Anatomy), etc.

It was directed by Venom’s Ruben Fleischer, and the screenplay was written by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway and Rafe Judkins.

https://www.vg247.com/uncharted-movie-cargo-plane-scene-extended-look-video Unrecorded video shows an overview of the cargo plane scene

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