Chris Pratt Passes On Playing Nathan Drake In Uncharted Movie

Chris Pratt Passes On Playing Nathan Drake In Uncharted Movie

Guardians of the Galaxy star reportedly says no to lead role in upcoming movie; The Hurt Locker writer Mark Boal comes aboard.

As indicated by another report, the long being developed motion picture focused around Naughty Dog's Uncharted arrangement is getting up and go, however without Guardians of the Galaxy and Parks and Recreation on-screen character Chris Pratt, who apparently passed on the chance to depict arrangement legend Nathan Drake in the expected film.

The subtle elements originate from The Hollywood Reporter. The Hollywood news production says an offer was made to Pratt, who is likewise featuring in 2015's Jurassic World, however he passed for no good reason. At the point when executive David O. Russell was appended to the venture, Mark Wahlberg was looked at for the part before later dropping out.

In more positive news about the Uncharted film, The Hollywood Reporter says Mark Boal, who won an Oscar for The Hurt Locker, has gotten on to chip away at the screenplay. The film is currently going to be controlled by Horrible Bosses and Identity Thief executive Seth Gordon.

Boal's connection to the Uncharted motion picture may appear a bit odd, given he's a previous writer best known for his hard-hitting stories offered in The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. In any case, The Hollywood Reporter notes that he's supposed to be a huge fanatic of the Uncharted arrangement.

On the subject of what he's searching for from a performing artist to play Drake, Gordon plot his wishes not long ago.

"I need it to be an extraordinary performing artist," he said in July. "That is number one, and afterward in the event that its somebody who has a real jaw, that is far better. The amusement is so well done that you require it to satisfy that. It's absolutely impossible we'd do the opposite of that where its some person popular who can't [act]."

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