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Uncharted Movie Gets Delayed Again Alongside James Bond and Ghostbusters

The Uncharted movie has been delayed again. This marks the film’s fourth delay in recent months due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Sony originally planned on pushing out the film on 17 July 2021 but the studio announced it will not debut until 11 February 2022. Other movies have also been pushed back including James Bond No Time To Die and the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife.


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According to Exhibitor Relations, the upcoming James Bond: No Time to Die now has a release date of 8 October 2021. This is pushed back from the original 2 April 2021 debut. Ghostbusters: Afterlife was also meant to release sometime in June 2021 but will now release on 11 November instead.

Both the Uncharted movie and James Bond: No Time to Die have now been delayed four times each. While the Uncharted movie has had very little impact on the industry, James Bond is the complete opposite. AMC has already warned investors that money is tight and the company is about to run out of it. They claim that the theatre chain won’t survive past the middle of 2021 with no big movie releases.

Sony Pictures just recently shared some set photos of the Uncharted movie and it is looking pretty good. Pity we will have to wait for over a year before seeing it. Still, there are dozens of movies out there without a date. Many of which were originally meant to release in 2020. This includes Black Widow, F9, Minions: Rise of Gru, Top Gun: Maverick, Shang-Chi, Cruella, Free Guy.

Here’s the original James Bond No Time to Die trailer that released way back in December 2019

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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