“The Last of Us”: the filming of the HBO series is coming to an end



On his Twitter profile, Craig Mazin, the showrunner of ‘The Last of Us’, announced that the recordings for the game adaptation have already been completed.

In the message he only wrote:

“Registrations closed.”


It’s a wrap!!!!!!!

— Craig Mazin (@clmazin) June 11, 2023

Previously, PlayStation Productions released the first official image from the series featuring Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) hiding from the infected, known as clickers.


In an interview with Holod, director Kantemir Balagov, who directed the pilot episode of ‘The Last of Us’ adaptation, revealed that the production will be released “early next year“.

Although the official date has not been announced, the first prediction is already great news for fans.

The cast will also include Nick Offerman, Anna Torv, Merle Dandridge, Nico Parker, Jeffrey Pierce, Con O’Neill, Murray Bartlett, Natasha Mumba and Storm Reid.

Peter Hoar (‘Daredevil‘), Kantemir Balagov (‘A Tall Woman’), Ali Abbasi (‘Sheiley’), Jasmila Zbanic (‘Quo Vadis, Aida’), Craig Mazin (‘Chernobyl’), Neil Druckmann (creator of game), Liza Johnson (“Barry”) and Jeremy Webb (“The Umbrella Academy“) are part of the director’s team.

The plot takes place twenty years after the destruction of modern civilization. Brutal survivor Joel is hired to rescue 14-year-old Ellie from an oppressive quarantine zone. What begins as a small job quickly becomes a brutal and painful journey as the two must cross the United States and depend on each other to survive.

The series was created by Craig Mazin (“Chernobyl“), who is also the adaptation’s writer and executive producer alongside Druckmann.

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