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The five Catalan enclaves that Tom Holland visited for ‘Uncharted’

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The movie of ‘Uncharted’, which opens this Friday, In addition to action and fantasy, it offers an interesting ‘tornée’ through different locations in Catalonia, starring Tom Holland, the British actor known for his role as ‘Spiderman’, and which shares shots with Mark Wahlberg, Sophia Taylor Ali and Antonio Banderas in the role of villain.

  1. ART MUSEUM OF CATALONIA (MNAC), IN MONTJUÏC

The film shows, without a doubt, one of the most precious jewels of Barcelona, ​​the emblematic MNAC building, which was built for the 1929 International Exhibition. In fact, in this majestic location, the camera captured for three days, various sequences with the actors and extras, but he also took the opportunity to film the magnificent panoramic view of the Montjuïc mountain.

As expected, among the enclaves of the film you can see the greatest exponent of Catalan modernism: the Sagrada Familia. Those responsible for production were in charge of shielding the vicinity of Antoni Gaudí’s basilica, a stellar location that could not be missing in this adaptation of a famous PlayStation video game saga.

After spending a couple of hours filming in Plaça Reial, the director Ruben Fleischer and those responsible for production chose the surroundings of the Gòtic, the oldest neighborhood in the city, to record for a whole night. There they focused on the typical narrow and medieval streets. Among them, they stopped to film in Consolat de Mar street, surrounded by arcades.

While the early morning of October 26, the filming took place in El Born. There I can see Mark Wahlberg, guarded by an army of technicians and extras, for long hours.

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