Hollywood star Tom Holland, best known for his title role in the ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy, will soon be seen in the upcoming action-adventure movie ‘Uncharted’.
Holland recently spoke about the experience of filming on real sets, reducing reliance on the chroma setup. The decision to work extensively on real sets was taken by the director of the film, Ruben Fleischer.
“When you make these big, big action movies, you’re just playing on a blue screen,” said Tom Holland. “For this film, Ruben was adamant that it needed a tangible sense that we were in real places, so he insisted on real sets.
Tom Holland added: “The crypt and the church were both built. The boats are real – we had the inside, outside and outside on a gimbal to simulate the boats flying. We pushed the boundaries of what we could do with practical sets.”
‘Uncharted’ is based on a game series of the same name. About getting my hands on the game series, Holland said: “I was shooting ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, and one of the benefits of working with Sony is that they have equipped all of our trailers with the latest PlayStation. And one of the games they gave us was ‘Uncharted 4’.
“So, in between setups, my best friend Harrison and I played. We played the game backwards – once we fell in love with the fourth, we bought the other games and caught up.”
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