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The Last of Us HBO Series: First Image Revealed of Pedro Pascal’s Joel and Bella Ramsey’s Ellie

In celebration of The Last of Us Day 2021, the primary picture from The Last of Us HBO sequence has been revealed and it exhibits Pedro Pascal’s Joel and Bella Ramsey’s Ellie within the post-apocalyptic world made well-known within the PlayStation unique of the identical title.

While we do not get to see their faces, the picture provides followers of The Last of Us and newcomers an thought of how these characters can be tailored for this live-action sequence.

The picture additionally exhibits greater than it’s possible you’ll at first discover, as Joel and Ellie’s outfits and backpacks are very genuine to the sport, exhibiting the care the staff behind the present, which incorporates The Last of Us director Neil Druckmann, are placing into it.

We additionally see a downed airplane within the distance, however it’s unclear if that can be half of the plot of the primary season or simply one thing within the background to indicate the horrors this world accommodates. There was no scene with an airplane within the first The Last of Us, so this can be a brand new story we can be exploring for these characters.

It has beforehand been confirmed that this primary season will adapt 2013’s The Last of Us, however that it will “deviate greatly” in some of its episodes. Even although we do not know a lot of precisely how this story can be informed, we’ve discovered who can be taking part in Tess, Marlene, Tommy, Sarah, and extra. Interestingly sufficient, Jeffrey Pierce, the voice behind Tommy in The Last of Us, will be appearing in this show, but not as Tommy.

The Last of Us’ author and producer Craig Mazin has also confirmed that the first season will consist of 10 episodes. These episodes will not come low cost, as it’s been reported that each one will cost more than $10 million to produce.

For extra on The Last of Us, check out a designer revealing why one of Part 2’s key chases was so challenging and the reports that a remake of the original game is in the works.

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Adam Bankhurst is a information author for IGN. You can comply with him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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