After a successful stint at the box office this spring, Sony’s “Uncharted” will be available to stream for those who missed it in theaters. The adaptation of the hit adventure video game franchise stars Tom Holland and Mark Walhberg, and the two actors will be swinging into audiences’ homes through Netflix.
The buddy action film garnered over $50 Million during its Feb. 18 opening weekend. In the midst of the Omicron variant surge, “Uncharted” was released and overperformed box office predictions. The star-studded film is led by Holland’s character, Nathan Drake, accompanied by Walhberg’s Victor Sullivan. The film’s theatrical release was long-awaited, after initial conversations in 2008 to adapt a film from the popular video game, “Uncharted.”
The film’s streaming home at Netflix was established in April 2021, prior to the film’s release, as part of Sony and Netflix’s deal. The Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) Netflix multi-year deal started in 2022, with Netflix streaming Sony’s feature films in the U.S. after their theatrical and home entertainment runs. Sony’s streaming switch-up comes after a longstanding arrangement with Lionsgate’s Starz.
Sony’s 2022 releases including “Morbius” and “Bullet Train” will also stream on Netflix, as well as earlier Sony Pictures’ “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” “Venom,” as well as the “Jumanji” and “Bad Boys” franchises.
Uncharted has started streaming on Netflix from today. The initial date of release was set to be 15th July but later it was preponed to 12th July and now all the Tom Holland and Mark Walhberg fans can watch the movie on Netflix.