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Entertainment Weekly


Uncharted movie seeking new release date

Sony Computer Entertainment America

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Nathan Drake’s first on-screen treasure hunt will have to wait.

Sony has pulled the adaptation of the Uncharted Playstation series from its June 30, 2017 release date, EW has learned. There’s no new date yet.

Bad Boys 3 — aka Bad Boys For Life — director Joe Carnahan was picked last month to write the adaptation of the fruitful and critically acclaimed action-adventure video game for the silver screen. As of now, Carnahan will not pull double duty by sitting in the director’s chair for Uncharted.

Carnahan’s take on the Bad Boys franchise brings back Will Smith and Martin Lawrence to the fold. That movie has had its release date shifted a number of times before settling on Martin Luther King Jr. weekend of 2018.

Director Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) was attached to Uncharted and subsequently left in summer 2015.

ComingSoon.net first reported the news.