Marvel's Spider-Man, aka Tom Holland, has been tapped up to play a young Nathan Drake in the upcoming Uncharted movie.
The film will apparently act as a prequel to Naughty Dog's game series, Deadline reports, and show Drake meeting his pal Sully for the first time.
It's a meeting we saw via Uncharted 3 in playable flashback form - where the young treasure hunter even looks a bit like Holland.
Sony Pictures, which owns the film rights to Uncharted, has been trying to get a film version off the ground for years. Back in 2010 it threatened to release an Uncharted movie starring Mark Wahlberg. Thankfully, this never happened.
For Sony, it's a casting that makes a lot of sense. The studio still owns the rights to Spider-Man - it is just letting the web-slinger play around in Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe for the time being.
Holland has been a popular choice as the superhero webslinger, even if so far we've only seen him in action in Captain America: Civil War. Sony bosses were apparently keen to cast Holland as young Drake after seeing his performance in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming.