Jan 10, 2017 09:11 PM EST | By Michael Augustin
Gaming fans have been clamoring for an "Uncharted" movie for the longest time. Most gamers who have played the popular Playstation-exclusive series have always loved stories and characters. They consider Nathan Drake as a lovable rascal of a protagonist that always wins in the end. Players should be glad to know that the film-adaptation now has a script. The movie was supposedly coming out last year buy setbacks have delayed production.
Joe Carnahan, the writer who is working on the film-adaptation posted a photo of the completed script on Instagram. The writer, who directed "The Grey" was revealed to be the one creating the screenplay for Sony's bestseller last year, according to Kotaku. He shared the Instagram photo that expresses his satisfaction about being done. He also seemed proud of his work and jokingly claims that the script is "a BEAST."
GameSpot also reported that the director previously said the movie is an "anti-Indiana Jones" kind of film. The movie was announced back in 2009, while some of the notable actors rumored included Joe Pesci, Amy Adams, Mark Whalberg, Robert DeNiro, Scarlett Johansson and Christ Pratt. The official cast has not yet been finalized.
Sony's "Uncharted" series has always been a bestseller for the company. Their latest game is "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" and was released for the PS4 last year. An upcoming game called "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy" is being developed by Naughty Dog with an estimated release date set sometime in 2017, The upcoming game features Chloe Frazer as she teams up with Nadine Ross. This would make it the first "Uncharted" game that does not feature Nathan Drake as the protagonist.
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