Nathan Drake Fans Blast Tom Holland’s ‘Uncharted’ Origin Movie: ‘We’re Getting Uncharted Rugrats!’

Gamers complain the 20-year-old “Spider-Man” star is just too young to play treasure hunter

No sooner had Sony announced that it was retooling its big-screen adaptation of the hit video game “Uncharted” to be an origin story starring “Spider-Man: Homecoming” lead Tom Holland than the internet lit up with confusion and disappointment.

Let’s just say the baby-faced 20-year-old British actor is not who many fans imagined would play the grizzled treasure hunter with the perpetual five 0’clock shadow.

“You guys, we’re getting Uncharted Rugrats!!!!!” wrote one internet wag.

While another complained, “Tom Holland’s Nathan Drake in an Uncharted movie? They already made that. It was called The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones.

Shawn Levy is directing the long-in-development adaptation, which was inspired by a sequence in the third version of the famous video game in which Drake first meets professional rogue, Sullivan.

Sony has yet to find a writer for the screenplay, which will be retooled as a prequel. Producers include Charles Roven, Avi Arad, Alex Gartner and Ari Arad.

The first game in the series, a third-person shooter action-adventure was released in 2007.

Read more of the online sniping here.