Tom Holland dropped the first trailer of his highly anticipated movie "Uncharted" on Thursday. The action-packed trailer also featured Mark Wahlberg.

In the two minutes, 33 seconds trailer, the duo could be seen traveling around the world looking for treasure. The video opens with a close-up of Wahlberg and a map. The next frame shows actress Sophia Ali getting a bag out of the sea wearing an orange bikini.

Holland makes a grand entry when he falls off a plane. The trailer went on to show Holland and Ali entering an abandoned place with fire torches in their hands before they find a map. In the next scene, the 25-year-old actor could be seen working as a bartender, and Wahlberg meets him at the bar for the first time.

The movie, which is based on a video game of the same name, is slated to release on Feb. 18, 2022, in premium formats "exclusively in movie theaters."

"Thought I'd just leave this here," Holland wrote on Instagram. "Trust me when I say you ain't ready for this movie. @markwahlberg and I are gonna take you a huge adventure. Uncharted is yours to enjoy on February 18th."

Fans took to the comments section to praise the trailer.

"Can't wait bro! This movie looks like so much fun," one person said, while another fan commented, "I AM HERE FOR THE ACTION AND COMEDY. THIS IS SO GOOD I'M OBSESSED."

Wahlberg shared a behind-the-scenes video of the movie.

Holland had earlier revealed that he plays a "tough" guy in the movie.

"As soon as you start worrying about 'Do I look good in this shot?' acting becomes something other than playing a character," he told GQ UK In April. "I think there are elements of my performance in 'Uncharted' where I kind of fell under that spell of being 'I want to look good now.'"

"I want this to be my cool moment,'" Holland added. "I had to play this very tough, very stoic guy — basically be Mark Wahlberg. My character is supposed to be a f---ing action hero in this moment!"

"Uncharted" is helmed by director Ruben Fleischer. Screenwriters Matt Holloway and Art Marcum, who wrote "Iron Man," penned the script for the upcoming movie.

Tom Holland British actor Tom Holland will remain as Spider-Man in the next film in the franchise after a deal between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios. Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Theo Wargo