The Last of Us on HBO features the game’s original cast in two new roles


Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson, who portrayed Joel and Ellie in the video game, star in the series although their roles are unknown.

Naughty Dog confirmed The Last of Us Part Ithe remake of the first The last of us for PS5 and PC, during Summer Game Fest 2022, but also gave some new details about the multiplayer project taking place in this world and Neil Druckmann assured that he was working on a new game -whether original or not- is unknown. There were also a few mention of the series The last of us on HBO.

The event showed a photo from the series with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, Joel and Ellie respectively, obscured by the presence of a clicker. Druckmann revealed that he directed one of the episodes of the series and that Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson will be present in the story.

The game’s protagonists will appear in the series

Baker and Johnson are the original lead couple actors, so those roles are already cast. However, his presence will not be just a wink to the fansas is the case with Nolan North – actor of Nathan Drake in the games of Unexplored– in the Tom Holland movie. What characters will they be? This has not been revealed but Johnson comments that he replayed the first The last of us to refresh your memory.

Today the filming of the series ends, although there are still months for editing and digital effects. “It’s so authentic in the game… It’s adaptation [de videojuegos] most authentic eversays the director, noting the on-screen and off-screen relationship between Ramsey and Pascual “similar” to the chemistry between Baker and Johnson during the game’s motion capture.

The Last of Us actors appear in the HBO series with new roles

Nick Offerman (Parks & Recreation, Developers) will play Bill, Storm Reid (euphoria) will play Riley, a character we met in the DLC The Last of Us: Left Behindand Anna Torv will be Tess, among other performers announced in recent months.



Source: Elespanol

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