Last of Us TV show casts Pedro Pascal, Game of Thrones’ Bella Ramsey

HBO has actually discovered its Joel and Ellie for the upcoming tv series based upon Naughty Pet’s The Last of United States. Pedro Pascal, star of Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian, and Bella Ramsey, best understood for her function as Lyanna Mormont on Video Game of Thrones, will co-star in The Last of United States as Joel and Ellie, respectively. The Hollywood Press reporter and Due date initially reported the news.

The Last of United States co-creator Neil Druckmann and designer Naughty Pet later on validated the casting of Joel and Ellie on social networks.

Pascal, 45, is understood for his functions as Oberyn Martell on Video Game of Thrones and Din Djarin on The Mandalorian. Ramsey, 17, has actually likewise appeared in HBO’s His Dark Products and voices the titular character of Netflix’s animated series Hilda.

HBO has actually not revealed a release date for The Last of United States.

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Bella Ramsey as Lyanna Mormont in Video Game of Thrones
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The Last of United States is being adjusted for tv by Craig Mazin, who formerly worked with HBO on the well-known 2019 miniseries Chernobyl. Mazin is composing and co-executive producing the series with Druckmann, co-director and author of both The Last of United States and The Last of United States Part 2. Naughty Pet president Evan Wells will likewise work as an executive manufacturer, together with veteran HBO manufacturer Carolyn Strauss. Gustavo Santaolalla, who made up and carried out the initial rating for both video games in The Last of United States franchise, will score the series.

The TELEVISION series will be the very first from Sony Interactive Home entertainment’s movie and TELEVISION group, PlayStation Productions, which is co-producing the series with Sony Pictures Tv.

Update: This story has actually been upgraded with information about the casting of Joel in The Last of United States.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.