Uncharted Movie Delayed To 2022, Ghostbusters: Afterlife Moves To November 2021

Uncharted fans will need to wait a little longer to see Tom Holland as Nathan Drake on the big screen.


The Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland will no longer release on July 16, 2021 according to a report from Deadline. Instead, the site reports it will now open on February 11, 2022. Another major upcoming movie, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, has also been hit with a delay. It is moving from June 11, 2021 to November 11, 2021.

The Uncharted movie finally finished filming in 2020 after more than 10 years of development. It stars Holland, best known for playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Disney and Marvel's MCU films, as the iconic PlayStation protagonist Nathan Drake. Mark Wahlberg stars alongside him as Victor Sullivan, a mentor and father figure for the treasure-hunting hero. Antonio Banderas, Tati Grabrielle (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and Sophia Ali (Grey's Anatomy) are also playing major roles in the flick, which is based on Naughty Dog's acclaimed action game franchise. Ruben Fleischer (Venom) is directing.

Click To Unmute

Want us to remember this setting for all your devices?

Sign up or Sign in now!

Please use a html5 video capable browser to watch videos.
This video has an invalid file format.
Sorry, but you can't access this content!
Please enter your date of birth to view this video

By clicking 'enter', you agree to GameSpot's
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Now Playing: The History of Uncharted

Ghostbusters: Afterlife, meanwhile, is billed as a sequel to the original '80s films. It is headlined by Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) and Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things). Trevor, played by Wolfhard, and Phoebe, who is played by Captain Marvel's McKenna Grace, are the grandkids of one of the original Ghostbusters. The pair move to a farm with their mother but, naturally, things get a bit otherworldly. Ghostbusters: Afterlife is directed by Jason Reitman, the son of Ghostbusters' director Ivan Reitman.

Another Naughty Dog game, The Last of Us, is also currently being adapted and underwent a change in production. HBO is working on a TV series based The Last of Us and although it lost its original director, Chernobyl's Johan Renck, it was recently announced that Kantemir Balagov will take over. The Russian director is known for Beanpole, a film that earned him acclaim at Cannes film festival. Executive producer Craig Mazin and creative director of The Last of Us games Neil Druckmann are writing the show.

The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.

Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email news@gamespot.com

Join the conversation
There are 3 comments about this story