Another director resigned from the film adaptation of the game Uncharted. For the sixth time, a director has said goodbye to the project. After Dan Trachtenberg, Shawn Levy, Seth Gorden, Neil Burger and David O. Russel, Travis Knight resigned as the director of the movie “Uncharted” which is based on the eponymous game series.
There are no official reasons announced, but rumors say that Knight just does not want to wait until Sony is ready to start shooting. It was expected that the shooting should start before the end of autumn 2019, but it is set to an unknown date.
In September 2019 there was finally hope that the Uncharted filming will finally move forward. After Dan Trachtenberg vacated his position as director, Travis Knight took over. But since the star of the movie, Tom Holland had another schedule around the same timeframe for next Spiderman movie, Knight wanted to leave.
Travis Knight, who recently made his directing debut with “Bumblebee” after a career in animation, was the sixth director assigned to the Uncharted movie, since it was first planned almost ten years ago.
The project is based on the famous third-person adventure shooter “Uncharted”, which was released on 2007. The final game of the series, “Uncharted 4: The Way of the Thief” was released in 2016.