Tom Holland shows off body transformation for Uncharted movie

Dan Seddon
·2-min read
Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images

From Digital Spy

MCU hero Tom Holland has got pretty ripped for his role as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted adaptation.

Naturally, playing a young treasure hunter means that Tom would need to be in top shape, but he's revealed that his inspiration was actually co-star Mark Wahlberg, who's starring as Victor 'Sully' Sullivan in the movie.

Photo credit: tomholland2013 - Instagram
Photo credit: tomholland2013 - Instagram

Taking to Instagram Stories, Holland posted a topless mirror selfie with the caption: "When working with @markwahlberg you gotta get after it!".

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Uncharted is one of the many big screen projects directly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with the actor previously confirming that production was shut down during its first week.

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Luckily for fans, its wheels seem to be back in motion – Holland was caught showing off his "floppy" hair transformation just last week, so could cameras soon be rolling?

Meanwhile, the Spider-Man favourite has explained why his new movie will be different to other video game adaptations – swing by this article to find out why.

Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images

Uncharted is now scheduled to hit cinemas on July 16, 2021.

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