Tom Holland Just Showed Off His Mark Wahlberg-Inspired ‘Uncharted’ Transformation

Tom Holland Just Showed Off His Mark Wahlberg-Inspired ‘Uncharted’ Transformation

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Marvel hero Tom Holland has got pretty ripped for his role as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted adaptation. Naturally, playing a young treasure hunter means that Tom would need to be in top shape, but he’s revealed that his inspiration was actually co-star Mark Wahlberg, who’s starring as Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan in the movie.

Taking to Instagram Stories, Holland posted a topless mirror selfie with the caption: “When working with @markwahlberg you gotta get after it!”.

Uncharted is one of the many big screen projects directly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with the actor previously confirming that production was shut down during its first week.

Luckily for fans, its wheels seem to be back in motion – Holland was caught showing off his “floppy” hair transformation just last week, so could cameras soon be rolling?

Meanwhile, the Spider-Man favorite has explained why his new movie will be different to other video game adaptations–here’s why.

And if you’re trying to follow in Wahlberg’s footsteps yourself, you’re in luck: We recently caught up with the star to find out how he’s staying fit—and slowing down, just a little bit—while in quarantine.

Dan Seddon is a freelance news writer at Digital Spy.

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