Uncharted: Dan Trachtenberg No Longer Directing The Game Adaptation

Dan Trachtenberg, Tom Holland

by James White |
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The bad luck swirling around Sony's long-gestating adaptation of the huge-selling Uncharted game series. 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg has exited the film.

It's the latest in a long line of filmmaker changes that has seen the likes of David O. Russell, Joe Carnahan and Shawn Levy come and go through the years. Tom Holland is still attached to play a younger version of Drake as opposed to the one we meet in the game, and according to Deadline, the studio is even now meeting potential replacement directors with the aim of still having cameras rolling early next year.

In other news on the movie, it'll mark – assuming it goes ahead at all – the first output from PlayStation Productions, which will work on the film alongside the already-attached likes of Charles Roven and Avi Arad. Sony just can't seem to catch a break on this one, and indeed on anything starring Holland...

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