Artificial Continuum

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

After taking the gaming world by storm last winter, it appeared as if Uncharted may be the latest interactive franchise to make the jump to the silver screen. With Sahara writers Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer penning the script and Three King's director David O. Russel set to lead the project, Sony had originally planned to release the Indiana Jones-esque adventure film next summer.

However, news broke to the Los Angeles Times yesterday that a release date for this anticipated video game adaptation is well...less charted then originally thought. Apparently discussions between Sony and Russel ended violently earlier this week and both sides have parted for the time being. This leads the project without a director. With this sudden loss, Sony will reportedly take another several months to retool the production team.

It is currently unknown when Uncharted will begin production.


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