July 3, 2022

The Long-Developing Uncharted Movie Hits Another Setback

There has been an Uncharted movie in the pipeline for over a decade now. As you can suspect, there’s been a level of misfortune (geddit?) surrounding the movie’s launch.

Sony’s Columbia Pictures had announced an Uncharted movie was in production back in 2009. Initially, the movie had director David O Russell attached. He was joined by Mark Wahlberg, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci as a family of justice dealing antique expert.

Speaking to the LA Times back in 2010, Russell mentioned how;

“This idea really turns me on that there’s a family that’s a force to be reckoned with in the world of international art and antiquities…”

Since then, a litany of directors has come and gone, including Neil Burger, Seth Gordon, Shawn Levy, and, most recently, Dan Trachtenberg. However, Trachtenberg has also left the production team, according to a report from Deadline.

Despite this, Sony is adamant about the movie progressing forwards as planned. The studio has set out a tentative release date set for December 2020. The aforementioned actors have seemingly gone, but Tom Holland is apparently on-board.

Sony recently established PlayStation Productions division are on board as Uncharted’s production team. PlayStation Productions will create movie and TV adaptations based on the console’s various IPs.

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