Uncharted 4: A Thief's End PS4 PlayStation 4

The history of the Uncharted film is a long, rocky road. The adaptation has been in the works for such a long time, and various people have come and gone from the project. One such person was Joe Carnahan, a Hollywood writer on action flicks like Smokin' Aces and The A-Team. He hopped aboard the Uncharted movie for a while in 2016, producing an R-rated script with Ryan Reynolds in mind to play the lead role.

He spoke about this is during a recent interview with Discussing Film. Carnahan stated that he wanted his script to meet the approval of Amy Hennig, the creative mind behind Uncharted: "Ultimately I wanted to make Amy happy, it was her creation." However, he also made his feelings heard about Neil Druckmann, who we know co-directed The Last of Us and picked up the reins on Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.

"I think whatshisface – I’m not a fan – the guy that kind of stole credit for it," said Carnahan, referring to Druckmann. Discussing Film clarified his name, and the writer responded, "Yeah, that jerkoff. Whatever, there was a bit of saboteuring there going on with Naughty Dog."

He continued: “Amy created that world and she was the one that I really wanted to please. That other guy, whatever the hell his name is, he’s a hitchhiker." A little unfair, in our opinion -- the situation surrounding Hennig's departure from the developer was never made perfectly clear, but to lay into Druckmann in this manner is probably uncalled for.

As far as the movie goes, it recently scooped up a new director. Will we ever see it? What do you think of Carnahan's comments? Be nice to each other in the comments below.

[via vg247.com]