Tom Holland wobbles on a segway as he continues to shoot Uncharted through the streets of Barcelona … seven months after COVID shutdown
He will return to the big screen in the adventure film Uncharted, which will be released in 2021 after more than a decade of development.
And Tom Holland worked hard to perfect the epic on Thursday as he filmed scenes for the iconic video game adaptation in Barcelona.
The actor, 24, was seen riding a segway as they resumed filming, after production was shut down in March due to the pandemic.
At work: Tom Holland showcased his athletic physique on Thursday while filming scenes for the video game adaptation film, Uncharted
Tom, who plays main character Nathan Drake, flaunted his toned arms in a fitted white t-shirt, which he teamed with denim jeans and sneakers.
Her brown locks were swept to the side in a combed style.
Tom and the Uncharted crew protected themselves with face masks as they walked around town together.
Filming had already started in March, but stopped shortly after due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Back to business: The actor, 24, was seen riding a segway and chatting with the crew as they resumed filming, after production was shut down in March due to the pandemic.
The video game series, which inspired the film, debuted in 2007 with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, and follows treasure hunter Nathan as he travels the world.
Development on the Uncharted movie began just a year later in 2008, although it took 12 years to get started, with a number of writers and directors joining the project and eventually leaving the project.
Mark Wahlberg, who was supposed to play an older version of Nathan, has now been cast as Victor Sullivan, aka Sully, who is a mentor for Nathan and another treasure hunter.
Inspiration: The video game series, which inspired the film, debuted in 2007 with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, and follows treasure hunter Nathan Drake as he travels the world
This movie is said to be a prequel to the games, following a much younger Drake and showing how he befriends Sully.
Ruben Fleischer, head of Zombieland, is directing the new film, while Art Marcum and Matt Holloway are screenwriters.
The cast also includes famous actors such as Antonio Banderas, Tati Gabrielle and Sophia Ali.