Tom Hollandknown for playing Spider-Man in the Marvel film, and Sony, and now it wants to tackle other challenges in his career, and it seems to be very excited to integrate it into the long Whitebased on the popular game of video games. The film industry has done successfully in the past with movies based on games, and then went on to focus on the comic books, it’s time to catch up.
With the recent success of the Sonic: The Moviethat on the first week-end of display-managed to rake in $ 58 million at the box office, turned on a light in Hollywood to make all of the projects engavetados that they had the game to begin with, come to life. In an interview with IGN, while promoting his new film, the animation from Pixar/ Disney, Onwar, a young actor by the age of 23, he talked about Lego, and it’s guaranteed that it will be shot on location in about two weeks.
“If I’m honest, it’s one of my games favorite of all time is the fourth game in the Uncharted. It’s just unbelievable! And a lot of the inspiration for the film came from that game in particular. It was very interesting to me when I sat down with the [presidente da Sony Pictures] Tom Rothman, and we were talking about video games, and I was like, ‘Oh, I’ve just finished up the Lego’. And then he said something like, ” Well, why don’t you interpret for Nathan Drake?’”told the actor, who also reported to have been surprised at the invitation, suddenly.
“I remember thinking, ‘I would do anything in order to interpret it, Nathan Drake. Please do, that would be amazing’. So, yes, we’ll start shooting in four weeks. Mark Wahlberg is going to be awesome as naughty dog. The u.s. department of the stunts that we have in Berlin and has done an amazing job, preparing for the game, and it will be exciting,”revealed to Holland.
It is worth noting that in the film, the Lego is being planned for several years, and has been through many problems, starting from 6 directors to 13 years, as well as the actors, who were mounted, were moving away from the project. It may be a difficult for the Sony to be able to adjust the game on the big screen, though, Tom Holland has already clinched before that the script of the feature film is the best he has ever read in his entire life. Is this the case?