Unknown movie shows director Travis Knight due to programming issues
According Deadline, director Travis Knight was forced to move away from adapting Sony's video game features due to programming problems related to Tom Holland's Spiderman production programming. This marks the sixth change of direction since the project was announced. Holland and Mark Wahlberg are still linked to the project, which will be postponed.
The channel notes that the studio will move on with the movie while looking for a new director and release date. Uncharted was originally scheduled to be released on December 18, 2020.
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Uncharted will be a prequel to the game series, based on the sequel to Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, in which young thief Nathan Drake (The Netherlands) meets his partner Victor Sullivan (Wahlberg) and, in essence, defines the game events. whole game franchise.
Despite previous drafts by Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty), Oscar nominee David O. Russell, Doctor Strange's Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer, Safe House David Guggenheim and Joe Carnahan, the new screenplay is written by Rafe Judkins, Art Marcum and Matt Holloway.
Based on the action adventure game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune from Naughty Dog and Sony InteractiveThe story follows a descendant of explorer Sir Francis Drake, a treasure hunter named Nate Drake, who believes he has learned the whereabouts of El Dorado, the legendary golden city of South America, from a cursed gold statue. The quest becomes competitive when a rival hunter joins the fray and then escalates as creatures – in fact mutant descendants of Spanish and Nazis – begin attacking those hoping to learn the true secrets of the treasure.
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Uncharted is an entertainment production by Arad / Atlas, produced by Charles Roven, Avi Arad, Alex Gartner and Ari Arad. The film will serve as the first feature film produced by PlayStation Productions.