PlayStation Productions is a new division established within the Sony Interactive Entertainment hierarchy designed to convert popular PlayStation gaming properties into television shows and movies. In this guide, we will list all PlayStation Productions movies and TV shows in production, as well as release dates, cast, directors, and much more.
All PlayStation Productions Movies and TV Shows
Below is a list of all PlayStation Production movies and TV shows currently in production, as well as relevant additional information such as release dates, cast, directors, and more. We will be updating this as and when new details become available.
|Name||Type||Release Date||Production Companies||Directors||Writers||Cast|
|Uncharted||Live-Action Movie||18th February, 2022||
Columbia Pictures, Atlas Entertainment, Arad Productions, and PlayStation Productions
|Ruben Fleischer||Art Marcum and Matt Holloway||
Tom Holland (Nathan Drake), Mark Wahlberg (Victor 'Sully' Sullivan), Antonio Banderas (Santiago Moncada), Sophia Taylor Ali (Chloe Frazer), and Tati Gabrielle (Braddock)
|The Last of Us||Live-Action TV Show||2023||Sony Pictures Television, HBO, Naughty Dog, and PlayStation Productions||Ali Abbasi, Kantemir Balagov, and Jasmila Zbanic||Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin||Pedro Pascal (Joel Miller), Gabriel Luna (Tommy Miller), and Bella Ramsey (Ellie)|
|Twisted Metal||Live-Action TV Show||TBA||Sony Pictures Television, Electric Avenue, Artists First, and PlayStation Productions||TBA||Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and Michael Jonathan Smith||Anthony Mackie (John Doe), Stephanie Beatriz (Quiet), Thomas Haden Church (Agent Stone), Neve Campbell (Raven)|
|Ghost of Tsushima||Live-Action Movie||TBA||Sony Pictures, 87Eleven Entertainment, Sucker Punch, and PlayStation Productions||Chad Stahelski||TBA||TBA|
|God of War||TV Show||TBA||PlayStation Productions||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Horizon||TV Show||TBA||PlayStation Productions||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Gran Turismo||TV Show||TBA||PlayStation Productions||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Gran Turismo||Movie||TBA||PlayStation Productions||TBA||TBA||TBA|
Which upcoming PlayStation Productions movie or TV show are you most looking forward to? Sprinkle some salt and sugar on your popcorn, and let us know in the comments section below.
Going by the cool intro scene in the new Mortal Kombat movie I have high hopes for Ghost of Tsushima movie.
Uncharted will be a good popcorn film.
The last of us could be huge like the walking dead if executed correctly.
Apparently there's a Bloodborne series in the works as well.
I literally just found this so take it with a grain of salt.
@Arugula I believe it was a company called Rainmaker, but this preceded PS Productions.
@Enuo Think that's fake, unfortunately.
@get2sammyb yeah. I was afraid of that. Just thought I'd mention it.
I will watch all of them.
Whether they're worth watching remains a mystery but I'm in.
Well, I’ve never played an uncharted other than the opening couple of hours of the first, which bored me to tears (I understand they got much better); I played through The first The Last of Us but not the second (wasn’t a fan of the gameplay); and haven’t yet tried Ghost of Tsushima. So, what I’m trying to say is, too many spoilers to watch them.
Then again, I probably wouldn’t want to watch them anyway if I know the plot points, so it’s a choice between gaming and TV I guess.
Was anybody else caught off guard that somebody is cast to play Chloe in an Uncharted prequel film? I assumed Nate and Sully would be the only recognizable characters.
Movies of games ever sucks
@SlySnake0407 I guess it makes sense to have her in there. I'm sure the story will differ from the games in some areas.
There was talk of an Uncharted movie back in the PS3 era too (that one didn't go anywhere)
I'm looking forward to watching all of them, assuming they do release.
Their track record, at least so far, is middling...at best.
Uncharted was aggressively fine. Enjoyable for what it was, but entirely forgettable, and it only really got by on the charisma of Tom Holland.
Twisted Metal has a, frankly, insane cast...but I can't see it being legitimately good unless it's very meta and leans heavily into how inherently stupid the concept is.
I could see a case for God of War and Horizon films, but neither seem like a good fit for episodic television. Horizon, specifically, seems prohibitively expensive to do as a television series rather than a film and I fully expect a lot of a shoddy CGI (though, luckily, robotic characters are at least easier to realize in CG than photorealistic human/animal characters).
I'll reserve judgement until we get more word on casting/creative teams, or we see them...but I'm not hopeful for either.
Games that try to be movies are lame.
Movies based on games are lamer.
im still waiting on resistance fall of man 😂
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