The upcoming "Uncharted" movie may have evolved for some time, but starring Tom Holland (a film played by the young Nathan Drake) said he had read the film One of the best scripts.
Holland told IGN: "I read the latest draft of the script here, and this is one of the best scripts I've ever read." "It really jumped out of the page."
"I don't think what most of the video game movies that Uncharted offers is that this is the story of the game's origins. So if you play games, you won't see what happens in the movie," he said. "And, if you haven't played the game yet, you'll love this movie because it's information that everyone else has got at the same time. But I'm happy to make that movie and it's been a long time.
This upcoming film is 13 years old and has gone through six amazing directors-most recently Travis Knight of the Hornet, who was based at Dan Tronberg Tractenberg) became a movie attachment after leaving the project. Tractenberg has replaced direc tor Shawn Levy in 2019.
The director of this photo didn't have much luck, and Seth Gordon, Neil Burger, and David O. Russell were previously associated with the movie. : According to reports, Ruben Fleischer of Double Tap is running for director of Uncharted.
Sony Pictures recently confirmed that it will postpone the release of live-action movies until March 5, 2021, delaying the release of the movie for three months from the original December 18.
Holland also sang praise from co-star Mark Wahlberg, who will play Nathan Drake's mentor. "I think Mark Wahlberg will kill it like Sully, it will be fun," he said.