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When will Tom Holland’s upcoming film “Uncharted” be available on Netflix?

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Time icon May 25, 2021   | Last Updated: May 17, 2024 at 5:37 AM

Uncharted is one of the many Sony films that will be available on Netflix within the first pay window, but when should you expect it and which regions will be included? Let’s take a closer look. Tom Holland will play Nathan Drake, a fortune hunter, in the film, which is based on the Sony video games that have released numerous entries over the past decade or so.

Sully will be played by Mark Wahlberg, Chloe will be played by Sophia Taylor Ali, and Braddock will be played by Tati Gabrielle. There’s a lot more to learn about the Uncharted film, but GamesRadar has compiled a detailed preview for it here.

When will Uncharted be released in theatres?

According to Sony, Uncharted will be released on February 18th, 2022 (although it was originally scheduled for July 2021 and was recently pushed back from February 11th to February 18th), which means we can use our super math skills (adding a number of days to a date) to estimate when Tom Holland’s Uncharted will be available on Netflix.

As we previously said, we don’t know the exact number of days, but based on previous Starz launches, it may be anywhere from 150 to 223 days. That means the film will be available on Netflix sometime between mid-July and the end of September 2022.

We are currently unaware of any additional Netflix deals available outside of the United States. However, several regions currently have second window rights to Sony’s output. That would suggest the film would be added in late 2023 or early 2024, but that is just a guess.

We’ve also announced release dates for a few other Sony films that will be available on Netflix in the US as part of the new agreement, including Morbius (the first film to be released as part of the deal) and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2. Before Sony’s film is out, we suggest that you watch Nathan Filion’s take on the role in this YouTube short from 2019. It’s huge.

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