Tom Holland's Uncharted movie has now been pushed back

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Sony Pictures' big screen adaptation of popular video game Uncharted has received yet another push back.

Starring Marvel Cinematic Universe hero Tom Holland, this Indiana Jones-esque blockbuster has lingered in development hell for what seems a whole lifetime.

According to Deadline, the release date has now been moved from December 18, 2020 to March 5, 2021.

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Uncharted, which will see the Spider-Man actor portraying treasure hunter Nathan Drake, is one of the most up-and-down projects you're likely to find.

It's had its fair share of directors in and out of the door since the video game rights were snapped up by Hollywood - most recently Bumblebee's Travis Knight, who was preceded by 10 Cloverfield Lane's Dan Trachtenberg among others.

Holland's last couple of years have been peppered with project delays; his Chaos Walking adaptation - directed by The Bourne Identity's Doug Liman - received negative test screening reactions and was forced into reshoots last year.

Lionsgate chief executive Jon Feltheimer previously explained: "We wouldn't be shooting more if we didn't think we could make this movie work."

Uncharted is currently pencilled in for a March 5, 2021 release date.

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