The Uncharted movie has had a somewhat bumpy development. In recent years it has been delayed on several occasions and it has also changed a lot of directors. Just as the project begins to take better shape, its production will be delayed again, this time in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
We know this information thanks to Variety, which reports that Sony will suspend the pre-production of Uncharted for 6 weeks as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
According to reports, the Uncharted movie would begin filming in April and take place in Berlin, Germany. According to the information, the recording of the movie would be delayed indefinitely, after the executives in charge of the project decided that it is the best thing for the safety of all those involved.
In recent days, several film productions have suspended their recordings as preventive measures in the face of the threat posed by the coronavirus. In China, perhaps, it is gradually returning to normal, but the risk has increased in other regions of the world, such as America and Europe.
As you will remember, there is already a date for the premiere of this film, but it is not known if this delay will affect its release or if its production will adjust to the new agenda. We will keep you informed.
The Uncharted movie is getting closer to becoming true and interest in it is also growing. Something that drew a lot of attention is that Antonio Banderas will be one of the cast members.
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