Uncharted film bumps Masters of the Universe off March 2021 release date

Sony Pictures still believes its Uncharted movie is coming out eventually during our existing space-time continuum, even as it looks for yet another director, the seventh for the 13- year-old project. Sony on Thursday moved the movie from a Dec. 18, 2020 release date to March 5, 2021.

That’s bad news for He-Man. Due date reports that Masters of deep space already had the March 5, 2021 date; now it just has no release date. Masters of the Universe is likewise listed in pre-production, per IMDB.

The relocation suggests Sony still anticipates shooting to begin on Uncharted sometime this year. Ruben Fleischer ( Venom) is said to be Sony’s top choice for director, but that has not been formalized.

Tom Holland (the Hollywood Spider-Man considering that 2016) is aboard; all the date-moving is since Sony wants to get Uncharted shot before he goes off to deal with the next Spidey sequel. Mark Wahlberg ( Boogie Nights, Max Payne) has actually likewise been attached to the image for a while. Rafe Judkins (TV’s Chuck and Agents of GUARD) is composing, together with Art Marcum and Matt Holloway, who likewise composed Masters of the Universe‘s movie script.

At the start of the year, Travis Knight ( Bumblebee) left the Uncharted film, signing up with Dan Trachtenberg, David O. Russell, Neil Burger, Seth Gordon and Shawn Levy in ghosting on Sony. An Uncharted movie has been talked about as an extremely sure-thing ever since the very first video game, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, launched on PlayStation 3 in 2007.

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