Amy Hennig is joining Skydance Media, the Hollywood studio behind the likes of Mission: Impossible - Fallout and Terminator: Dark Fate, to establish a division that will work on "new story-focused experiences".
Hennig, perhaps best known for her work as writer and director on Naughty Dog's first three Uncharted games, will, alongside executive producer partner Julian Beak, be tasked with building a new team for Skydance, located in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The studio's goal is to create "new story-focused experiences [that] will employ state-of-the-art computer graphics to provide the visual fidelity of television and film, but with an active, lean-in experience that puts the audience in the driver's seat".
Skydance says these experiences will be "crafted as an interactive series" and will be aimed "gamers and non-gamers...on emerging streaming platforms".
"Our goal is to create inviting and innovative experiences with the high production values and visual fidelity that will set the standard in this new media landscape", said Hennig, who, according to her Twitter bio, is now officially President, New Media Division, Skydance Media.