The filming of the series The Last of Us is still in progress. And unlike other productions, the Naughty Dog game adaptation does not employ the rule of secrecy. Fans and onlookers can indeed watch the filming almost freely. This has the effect of the continuous appearance of new photos and videos coming directly from the set.
Two new videos taken on the set of the series The Last of Us from HBO provide a moving preview of Joel and Ellie. Once is not custom, these news of the shooting are offered by the Twitter account The Last of Us Updates.
And if the first video shows the two heroes of the universe created by Naughty Dog, they are not alone. Indeed, the two protagonists are here accompanied by Tess. As a reminder, the latter will be played by Anna Torv, better known for her role of Olivia Dunham in Fringe.
Unfortunately for the curious, no indication as to the context of this scene was communicated. However, it seems probable that this passage is situated towards the beginning of the journey of the two survivors.
The second video, more aerial, also shows the three characters. Its source, however, is not the same. Indeed, this video comes from the Twitter account Binge Watch This.
HBO hides (almost) nothing of its Joel and Ellie
Finally, The Last of Us still does not have a release date announced in the United States. In France, it does not yet have a release date or broadcaster either. As previously indicated, filming for this inaugural season will end in Canada at the beginning of next June. And even if the filming takes place in Canada, the action will go well in the United States.
This Last of Us HBO version will feature Pedro Pascal, Bella Ramsey, Gabriel Luna and Merle Dandridge as Joel, Ellie, Tommy and Marlene respectively. The first season of this adaptation will have 10 episodes, some of which will be directed by Neil Druckmann himself. Craig Mazin, executive producer of the series and creator of Chernobyl, will also step behind the camera. Big names in front of and behind the camera in short.
What do you say about this brief filming video? Do you think the two heroes have been recreated in live action? Are the casting choices right for you? Give us your opinion in the comments below.