Watch Tom Holland get defeated in the Uncharted movie stunt video

Trailer for Not detected yet, the upcoming action-adventure film based on the action-adventure video game inspired by classic action-adventure movies, has emphasized two important qualities: action and adventure. In the search for the lost fortune of Ferdinand Magellan, a Young Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) swings on screens, swings on vines and swings on falling cargo. To quote an Austin Powers: Nate phrased “grr in swinger, baby!”

And while Not detected yet, which, like all modern blockbusters, relies heavily on CG effects to perform high-flying stunts, the stunts are not without reality of their own. In a new movie, Holland tries to explain how hard it was for him to film the drop-off scene, pulling straight from Uncharted 3 game.

“Sometimes I’m 100 feet in the air, attached to a spinning box,” says Holland, “and then I’ll hold on until it knocks me over.”

Holland says it’s really scary, and to be honest, it looks really scary. But he gets millions of dollars to get roped off while stuntmen simulate hitting Nate with a shiny red racing car, so I think he’ll be fine. In movies like this, effort often shows; For insurance reasons, it was impossible to throw the 25-year-old box office champion out of the jet, so knocking him out on a green screen was the next best thing. Sony knows that’s what fans want to see after Holland’s Spider-Man movies. Not detected yet can only delivery.

Not detected yet, and Tom Holland’s inevitably bruised body, hits theaters on February 18. Watch Tom Holland get defeated in the Uncharted movie stunt video

Aila Slisco

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