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After giving us the blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland is ready to greet his fans on the big screens with another movie that seems to have an amazing plotline.

The latest Spider of Hollywood shared a brand new poster of his upcoming movie ‘UNCHARTED’.

Being made under the supervision of the fabulous director, Ruben Fleischer who had previously entertained us with 2018’s Venom, the movie is scheduled to be released in the United States on February 18 in IMAX 3D, RealD 3D, Dolby Cinema, and 4DX.

The storyline is based on one of the best-selling video games series, ‘Uncharted’. The game introduced us to a young street smart Nathan Drake and it portrays his very first treasure hunting adventure with his partner cum mentor, Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan. This action-packed movie will show the duo pursuing a dangerous mission of finding a treasure that has never been found while also tracking clues that might lead them to Nathan’s long-lost brother.

The movie’s trailer was released in October 2021.

Unlike the last poster shared by the cast back in December, the latest one offered us a glimpse of the who crew. With a beautiful sunset behind the lead actor, the poster is very aesthetically pleasing.

The poster features Tom Holland as Nathan Drake on the top, Mark Walhberg as Sully just slightly beneath him followed by Sophia Taylor Ali as Chloe Frazer on the left, Tati Gabrielle as Braddock, and Antonio Banderas as Moncada. Moncada’s henchmen can also be seen in the poster. They are riding individual lifeboats.

What grabbed the attention of the fans is the unique golden symbol behind Drake. This symbol can be assumed to be related to Sir Frances Drake, Magellan’s treasure or it can be a normal compass. The poster also shows a gigantic faded global map in the background.

The spider man famed actor shared this wonderful piece of art on his Instagram handle. He penned the poster with, “I can’t wait for you to see this film. #unchartedmovie February 18th,”

The movie has created a huge hype because of its connection with the beloved video game and we can’t wait to see how the movie will unfold.

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