Director David O. Russell has left the video game adaptation Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, reportedly over amicable creative differences.

Back in February, we reported that David O. Russell may be directing Cocaine Cowboys before he takes on Uncharted: Drake's Fortune. The director also has projects such as The Silver Linings Playbook, Old St. Louis, and 2 Guns in the works. It isn't known which project David O. Russell will make next, though.

Sony Pictures is now seeking a new writer for the project, which is an adaptation of a popular video game series. The story centers on Nathan Drake, a treasure hunter who spans the globe seeking the mythical city of El Dorado.

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No production schedule was given for Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, although it seems the project is still a priority at the studio.