New Uncharted Poster Heavily Sells the Falling Cargo Scene

New Uncharted Poster Heavily Sells the Falling Cargo Scene

It’s been the big money shot of the trailers. It became the focus of a featurette from Sony. And it is by far the most video game-like moment we’ve seen from the Uncharted movie so far. As Tom Holland‘s Nathan Drake falls from a cargo plane, he jumps from pallet to pallet trying to get back on. It only makes sense that the falling cargo moment would finally get its own poster. And indeed, Sony unveiled one today. Check it out below:

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Of the scene, Holland previously noted, “we must have shot that for five weeks. Almost every day, at times, I’d be like 100 feet in the air, attached to a box that is spinning, and then I would basically hang on until it would throw me off. And it was really scary, but I think that level of fear just makes that scene that much more authentic. It’s the hardest action sequence I’ve ever made.”

When Spider-Man says that, we believe him.

Uncharted hits movie theaters Feb. 18. According to the most recent synopsis, “Street-smart thief Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) is recruited by seasoned treasure hunter Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg) to recover a fortune lost by Ferdinand Magellan 500 years ago.  What starts as a heist job for the duo becomes a globe-trotting, white-knuckle race to reach the prize before the ruthless Moncada (Antonio Banderas), who believes he and his family are the rightful heirs.  If Nate and Sully can decipher the clues and solve one of the world’s oldest mysteries, they stand to find $5 billion in treasure and perhaps even Nate’s long-lost brother…but only if they can learn to work together.”

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