Tom Holland's 'UNCHARTED' movie set for December 2020
Naughty Dog and Sony Entertainment’s live-action video game adaptation will go up against Steven Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ on December 18, 2020.
Joe Carnahan Talks Action Sequences and R-Rating for his 'Uncharted' Script
It looks like the Uncharted movie is finally moving toward production, after years of developmental turmoil. Joe Carnahan finished the screenplay last month, and he's recently spoken in an interview about what he's turned in.
'Uncharted' Screenwriter Ensures the Film is Veering Away from Indiana Jones
The Uncharted video game series doesn't need an adaptation. I stand by that belief, but nevertheless, it's reassuring to hear that the screenwriter behind the film seems invested in bringing this story to the big screen in the right way.
'Uncharted' Gets a New Director for Sony... Again
Shawn Levy is the latest director to come on-board Sony's adaptation of the hit video game series Uncharted. Latest reports Joe Carnahan had penned the draft also indicated that he could not direct due to his commitment to Bad Boys 3. Levy will direct from Carnahan's polished script.
'Uncharted' Adaptation No Longer Slated for Release from Sony
Sony's adaptation of the video game series Uncharted is pretty much a disaster, with a developmental process that's spanned over a decade and has had far too many hands involved to ever feel like this thing has a cohesive process going for it.
Joe Carnahan to Write the Script for Sony's 'Uncharted' Film
Sony Pictures has been trying to make Uncharted happen for some time. And there are good reasons why it shouldn't happen. They being said, the latest news from the project is that Joe Carnahan (The Grey) has joined on to pen the new script.
Adapting 'Uncharted' and 'The Last of Us' is Proving Impossible, And That's a Good Thing
Here at Cultjer, we specialize in film and television, but I'm not so much breaking the rules as taking advantage of them. — The Uncharted series is a video game saga for the PlayStation making its debut on the PlayStation 3 back in 2007. Three sequels have been made since then, and, in between, a film adaptation has been in excruciatingly slow development. That being said, maybe it's because developer Naughty Dog's property isn't in need of a big-screen service. It does fine all by itself.