Published: Tue, July 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Fans Finally Get Their ‘Uncharted’ Dream Casting In A Short Film

Fans Finally Get Their ‘Uncharted’ Dream Casting In A Short Film

An nearly 15 minute long Uncharted fan film starring Fillion as Nathan Drake has been uploaded to YouTube. Sony decided not to answer those fan cries, but Nathan Fillion heard you loud and clear and took it upon himself to deliver the goods.

The film also stars Stephen Lang as Sully, Geno Segers as Diego, Mircea Monroe as Elena, and Ernie Reyes Jr as El Tigre.

And a tighter zoom when Drake has to aim.

The short, directed by Canadian filmmaker Allan Ungar, encapsulates many familiar elements of the Uncharted games from Naughty Dog: obscure historical references, the promise of treasure through the means of overly elaborate puzzles and clues, cheesy villains, and quips galore from our favorite treasure hunter.

When the Naughty Dog video game dropped back in 2007, the physical similarities between Fillion and Drake were pretty apparent.

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"Thank you, @Allan_Ungar, for letting us all scratch this itch".

"This is something I've wanted to do, but more importantly, something I've wanted to see for a long time", Fillion said on his Instagram.

What do you think of the fan-made film?

Possibly because it is only 15 minutes long, it doesn't have any of the awkward pacing or story beats prevalent in adaptations like Assassin's Creed or Tomb Rader which have struggled through middling reviews recently, with even fan reaction to the AC film lukewarm. If that project moves forward, and the screenplay calls for a flash-forward with an older Nathan Drake, we'd hope that the filmmakers know exactly who to call.

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