The Uncharted movie by Sony which is an adaptation to the video game on PS3 and PS4 is expected to begin production next year. During an interview with Collider, movie director Shawn Levy had this to say about the long awaited movie.
“I am unabashedly thrilled to be making that next year, I’m definitely not filming before March. The goal is to film in the late spring, early summer.”
Levy also spoke about his love for the game series as well as its cinematic quality.
“I’ve been interested in this project for years. I’ve played and loved every iteration of the game. I think it’s largely a popularly accepted notion that it’s as cinematic a game as we’ve had, maybe ever, certainly of late, and it’s cinematic in that it’s not only wildly visual, but it’s really rooted in character and a very specific tone and a sense of fun, right? When is the last great, fun, f**king action-dynamic, treasure-hunting movie? Right? It’s not Indiana Jones, it’s not National Treasure; it’s very specific, it’s all kind of anchored in Nathan’s tone.”
The movie director closed his remarks by speaking about how dedicated he was to the completion of the movie.