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Uncharted Director Won’t Reveal SPOILER In Post-Credits Scene

Uncharted follows Nathan Drake aka Tom Holland, a young fortune-hunter who's taken under the wing of Victor 'Sully' Sullivan to find the lost treasure.

Uncharted director Ruben Fleischer has recently declined to reveal who plays the adult version of Sam Drake, who makes a cameo in the movie post-credits scene. Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, Uncharted is inspired by the sprawling video game franchise of the same name, which is known for its cinematic action and epic set-pieces.

However, Fleischer has already confirmed he has plans for a sequel, noting that the possibility of one coming to fruition depends entirely on the first film’s box office performance. Uncharted follows Nathan Drake aka Tom Holland, a young fortune-hunter who’s taken under the wing of Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan to find the lost treasure of the Magellan expedition.

Along the way, other characters from the games appear including Chloe Frazer (Sophia Ali) and a young Sam Drake (Ruby Pankow), brother of Nathan, whose teen version appears in several flashbacks throughout Uncharted’s narrative. Drake’s voice actor from the games, Nolan North, also makes a cameo appearance. Meanwhile, in an interview with Indiewire, Fleischer talks about the post-credits scenes of the film and how they set up potential sequels. In one of the two scenes, audiences see Sam locked in a prison cell in an unknown location, still sending postcards to Nathan.

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With Sam having been presumed dead the entire movie, the twist comes as a shocking reveal. And while audiences now know Sam is alive, his brother still remains in the dark. Fleischer declines to name the actor playing adult Sam in the scene, deliberately keeping it secret by saying “I’m not even sure he’s credited.” Pankow is the only actor credited for playing Sam in the film and he only plays the young version.

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