Uncharted delayed once again, director Travis Knight set to depart
The long-awaited movie adaptation of Uncharted has been delayed once again.
The Uncharted game series has sold over 28 million units across the world and follows treasure-hunter Nathan "Nate" Drake as he travels around the world to uncover various historical mysteries.
A movie version of the game has been in active development since 2008, with various actors and a slew of directors coming and going from the project, including David O. Russell, Seth Gordon and Neil Burger.
It had looked as though the movie would finally happen with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg attached to star and a December 2020 release date announced.
But now, according to Deadline, it has slipped again.
The reason for the delay is Tom Holland's shooting schedule for the third instalment of Spider-Man, which will delay the start of Uncharted.
That delay, sadly, will also mean the departure of Bumblebee director Travis Knight, leaving the film looking for a new director yet again.
A new release for the film will be announced in the coming months, at present, Holland and Wahlberg remain attached to the project.