'Uncharted' Movie Will Not Be Hitting The Cinemas Soon, Here's Why

After a series of delays, change in the production crews, and yet another delay, the movie which is audible enough to be the movie adaptation of the popular Naughty Dogs game, Uncharted, will not be coming to cinemas soon as the movie goes through an indefinite hiatus since having been dropped by Sony studio from its schedule of movie releases, according to a report by Polygon.

Not too long ago, we have just received an update that the movie was to be written by Joe Carnahan who officially started working on the script this past July of 2016. Yet, ironically, there had been no announcements as to whom will direct the movie (considering that previous told directors of the movie gave up on the project overall) and who will play the part of Nathan Drake, as of August 31.

Recently, Sony was pretty clear in trying to make the movie into fruition after going through some obstacles in developing the yet to-be-titled film, tentatively the "Uncharted" Movie, by setting the June 10, 2016 release date but only to move it to a year and some weeks later release date of June 30, 2017.   

But it was not until a day after the end of August that the bomb was dropped when the studio supposedly responsible to the production of the film decided to scrap the project from their release calendar thereby further delaying the movie's supposed release indefinitely, as verified at Coming Soon.

According to Forbes, by looking at the annals of the Naughty Dog franchise's history since the first game, this won't-be-released movie would have been already 8 years in the making since the first rumor about the movie's development started buzzing the internet sometime in 2008, a few months after the official release of the first game. It was not, however, until 2009 that an official announcement about the Uncharted film is made to the public.  

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