Week 8: Uncharted
Updated: Mar 29, 2022
As everyone expects, this week's Korean Box Office No. 1 is Uncharted. Uncharted, a combination of Tom Holland's acting skills and Ruben Fleischer's directing skills, received a lot of attention from movie consumers even before the film release. Also the film produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment, it is based on a surprisingly game made by Naughty Dog which is an American first-party video developer. So, Korean gamers were also looking forward to the release of the movie. Uncharted, released on February 16, 2022, is an American action adventure film and the genre Treasure Hunt that has long been loved by many people, competes with villains to find treasures for the Magellan expedition.
Uncharted's director is Ruben Fleischer, and actors Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Sophia Taylor Ali, Tati Gabrielle and Antonio Banderas are. Ruben Fleischer has participated in a total of 12 film works since 2003, and is well known to us for familiar movies such as Zombieland: Double Tap (2019), Venom (2018), and Zombieland (2009).
As of February 22, 2022, the cumulative sales of Uncharted are 3,856,396,250 won and cumulative audience of the film are 392,280 at the Korea Movie Net premium data. In fact, the expectation that Uncharted would be a hit in Korea was predictable to anyone even before its release. Because there are Tom Holland who has a very good image in Korea, Ruben Fleischer who is famous for producing Marvel movies, the original game that is famous for being well-made, and Korean consumers looking for content to consume in the COVID-19 situation. As we fully predicted of Uncharted's popularity, so it is expected that not only incredible profits will be made in the Korean film market, but also the desire of movie consumers will increase.
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