Tom Holland’s Uncharted film has formally been postponed to 2022. Sony has been attempting to transform the famous computer game establishment into a film for quite a long time. Yet it wasn’t until they chosen Holland to play a youthful Nathan Drake that it gained genuine ground. Unknown highlights Mark Wahlberg as Drake’s coach Sully. And is portrayed as a unique story rather than a straight variation of the games.
The advancement on Uncharted drove Sony to initially give the movie a Christmas 2020 delivery date. However that was before Venom’s Ruben Fleischer was welcomed on to coordinate. Fleischer supplanting Bumblebee’s Travis Knight brought about a slight postponement to March 2021. Yet that date was later placed in danger because of the Covid pandemic. Sony settled on the choice to push Uncharted to October 2021 however then began to invert course by moving it up to July 2021. Shockingly, that idealistic prior delivery is not, at this point a choice.
Sony keeps on stirring up its 2021 delivery schedule because of the enduring effects of COVID-19. And reported today that Uncharted has been postponed once more. The film will not, at this point come out on July 16, 2021, and is rather booked to hit theaters on February 11, 2022.