But who will play the giraffe?
The last of us The television series, which comes to HBO based on the acclaimed PlayStation video game series, has put a giant piece of the casting puzzle in place. For him Hollywood Reporter, Ellie, the young female co-star of the series, will be played by Bella Ramsey. She was voiced and captured in motion by Ashley johnson in the video game series.
Ramsey is best known as Lyanna Mormont on the hit HBO fantasy series. game of Thrones. Lyanna Mormont is fierce, intelligent, loyal, and ready for battle; qualities inhabited by Ellie’s character as well. The world of The last of us takes place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland of zombie mushrooms where the ferocity of the creatures is only matched by that of humanity. So Ramsey’s experiences fighting the White Walkers, not to mention the other 800 viciously evil people in the world of Have, it will be useful for this role.
The version of Ellie that we will see in the series will be 14 years old, while Ramsey herself is currently 17. It will be curious to see which version of Ellie Ramsey she will play: the most innocent, which needs to be taught. Ellie from the first game, or the battle-scarred, blood-seeking Ellie from the second game. Or will we see how this arc unfolds throughout the series? It is unknown who will be teaming up with Ramsey to play Joel, the series’ older male co-star who coaches Ellie through these difficult circumstances, voiced and captured in motion by Troy baker in video games. Why not bring back Sean Bean and make it true Have meeting?
The last of us will be adapted to television by Chernobylit is Craig mazin, who serves as an executive producer alongside the creative director of the original game Neil Druckmann. The pilot episode will be directed by Kantemir Balagov, who directed the success of Cannes 2019 Tutor. Other producers include Carolyn strauss (hey, she’s a producer at Have!), Evan wells (Naughty Dog, the developer of the video game franchise) and Asad Qizilbash Y Carter Swan (PlayStation Productions). In all likelihood, it will be very, very bleak.
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