An journey to attend
We must preserve ready to see Tom Holland play Nathan Drake. Sony Pictures has determined to take the release of the movie till February 11, 2022, a yr that already seems in the bio of the movie’s official Twitter profile. It is a new delay that solely demonstrates how sophisticated 2020 has been and the way tough 2021 will proceed to be for audiovisual manufacturing.
At this level it was one thing that many might already intuit, since the lack of understanding, Uncharted trailers and teaser they inspired us to think about the worst end result. We could have no selection however to proceed taking part in the PlayStation deliveries.
Not pretty much as good because it appeared
A couple of months in the past Tom Holland didn’t hesitate to precise to his followers how pleased and pleased he was to shoot Uncharted taking part in Nathan Drake. The Spider-Man actor assured that filming was going from power to power, and that the movie was simply what he had at all times dreamed of. Holland’s impression could also be simply that, nonetheless, emotions are one factor and the harsh actuality of manufacturing a film is one other.
The crucial state of affairs attributable to the pandemic solely delays and hinders productions, so 2021 is changing into the yr of delays, since there is no week that we have no idea a new postponed date.
A rearranged calendar
But Uncharted was not the solely movie that has thrown Sony’s release catalog the wrong way up. The long-awaited new installment of Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, may also scroll just a few months, going from June 11 to November 11. This installment of Ghostbusters will place us in a present period the place two younger males uncover that they’ve a connection to the authentic Ghostbusters by way of their grandfather.