It seems like studio giant Sony is taking some immediate measures and shaking things up for some of their upcoming big tent pole movies! Some of the forthcoming film under the banner have been pushed back for a later release.
Tom Holland Starrer Uncharted Has Been Pushed Back For 2022 Release! Here’s What We Know.
Tom Holland starrer movie Uncharted is the newest addition to the list of delays. Movies like Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Jared Leto starrer Morbius have also been delayed for a while. With theatres facing a slow opening, it seems like the studio is not willing to risk it with their much-awaited movies. Take a look at some of these social media images from the movie, Uncharted.
— Uncharted (@unchartedmovie) January 1, 2021
Get Ready To See Tom Holland As A Young Nathan Drake! Have A Look.
Tom Holland will be starring in a brand new avatar as a young Nathan Drake; Mark Wahlberg will be featuring alongside Holland as Drake’s mentor Sully. The makers have described the movie as an original story rather than an adaptation of the video game.
The movie initially faced a few delays as the studio replaced the original director with Ruben Fleischer. Sony has initially planned for a release on Christmas, 2020. However, the movie has been delayed and is now slated for a release on 11th February 2022. This implies that fans have to wait for a while before Uncharted makes its way into the theatres.
— Tom Holland (@TomHolland1996) October 22, 2020
Tom Holland Starrer Uncharted Talks About The Unknown!
Moreover, while the official social media page of Uncharted has been hyping the upcoming movie with some intriguing pictures right from the sets. As the movie teases how the movie will be shadowy future without fear and conquer the unknown. With an impressive cast ensemble, the adventure will unveil in 2022 on the big screens.
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