Bumblebee’s Travis Knight On To Direct Uncharted

Travis Knight

by James White |
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In its continuing quest to make more films that could spawn franchises, Sony has been increasingly looking like a studio beating its head against a brick wall with an adaptation of the PlayStation treasure-hunting game Uncharted. A new director is now attached, as Bumblebee's Travis Knight is locking in a deal to bring it to the big screen.

Or at least he'll try, since this one has burned through a number of writers, directors and actors already. Despite being a hugely successful console title, Uncharted has resisted adaptation so far. Tom Holland is on to play a young version of main character Nathan Drake, charting his early adventures as he matures into the man seen in the game.

Art Marcum, Matt Holloway and Rafe Judkins wrote the most recent draft(s) of the script, and Sony will be crossing its collective fingers that Knight actually has the cameras rolling next year.

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