Although it went through all kinds of conflicts, 2020 finally offered us a lot of clarity regarding Uncharted: The Movie. We already saw Tom Holland characterized as Nathan Drake, we learned that Antonio Banderas is also part of the project and the filming of the film survived what seemed like a curse, concluding last October. Even the official accounts of the film on social networks celebrated the arrival of 2021 with new images of the film that had a release date for July of this year, but today we learn that it has suffered a new delay.
Although no explanation has been given about the delay, it is news that is not surprising given the crisis that the film industry is experiencing in the midst of the pandemic. The news comes of an adjustment to the release schedule for Sony Pictures movies, where Ghostbusters: Afterlife moved from June 11 to November 11, Petter Rabbit 2: The Runaway goes from April 2 to June 11, and Uncharted delayed its premiere from July 16 to February 11, 2022.
Even MGM decided to delay again the most recent James Bond film, No Time To Die, which is scheduled to premiere on October 8 of this year, according to a report by the Exhibitor Relations Co., the source that has reported these numerous adjustments. to the movie release calendar.
All that remains is to be aware of more information about the film inspired by the successful PlayStation saga developed by Naughty Dog, as the months go by it is very possible that we will learn more about its plot and see its first trailers.