Original Nathan Drake star Nolan North has revealed whether or not he's in the upcoming movie adaptation of Uncharted.
Starring Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Far From Home) and Mark Wahlberg (The Departed), cameras are currently rolling in Berlin on the big screen adventure, which'll take a look at the treasure hunter's younger days.
"They haven't contacted me at all," admitted North in a recent chat with ComicBookMovie.
"Part of me is fine with it, and part of me is like, 'It'd be nice if you asked!'" he added. "It's not a big deal. I'm actually looking forward to it and I think people should look forward to it. Give them a chance.
"We've never seen Nathan Drake in his 20s and a Sully in his 40s. It could be interesting. I like the fact they're going to do a different spin on it and I'm looking forward to seeing how they do."
The actor, who's played Drake across nine video games and also voices Tony Stark in the new Marvel's Avengers, went on to suggest: "It's like asking Robert Downey Jr, 'What do you think about Nolan North doing a video game?' He's probably like, 'That's cool! I hope he does well and people enjoy it.'
"I'm the same way, just turn it around. I see things that are negative about it like, 'I don't like this casting,' but let them do something [with it]."
Uncharted arrives into cinemas on October 8, 2021.
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