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The Last Of Us TV Series Casts Gabriel Luna As Joel’s Younger Brother

The Last Of Us TV Series Casts Gabriel Luna As Joel’s Younger Brother

There are several video gaming adjustments in the works, consisting of a program based upon a hit franchise from Naughty Dog. While we are still a fair bit far from a trailer, we do have another face that is signing up with the fray. HBO’s The Last of Us TELEVISION series has actually exposed another brand-new cast member, this time with Gabriel Luna playing the function of Joel’s more youthful sibling. 

As reported by VarietyLuna is the most recent cast member to be signing up with the HBO adjustment as Tommy together with Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) as Joel and Bella Ramsey (Game of Thrones) as Ellie. Tommy is a previous soldier that is a brilliant ray of sunlight in an otherwise bleak world, and truthfully? He’s an excellent fit, specifically with Pascal as the protagonist. 

Luna has a remarkable lineup of functions under his belt currently, having actually played Gabriel/REV-9 in Terminator: Dark Fate, Robbie Reyes in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Eddie Lunez in Rosewood. 

In a brand-new previous report from CBC Canada, the Director’s Guild has actually validated the place and the time after months of reports that this is where the program was headed. The Guild presently states that the HBO take is set to start recording on July 5, 2021, in Calgary, with an anticipated wrap-up slated for June 8, 2022. 

The upcoming TELEVISION series is under the umbrella of Sony Pictures Television, Word Games, The Mighty Mint, and Naughty Dog. The HBO adjustment is indicated to be a clean slate for the franchise following The Last of Us Part II’s release. The video games themselves artfully linked battle and narrative cutscenes, so setting this franchise adjusted in TELEVISION format isn’t actually a big stretch. While the follow up was met a really blended reception, the very first video game is quite generally liked. With reports that Sony is remaking The Last of Us for the PlayStation 5, it will be intriguing to see a fresh lens on a universe that was an essential part of the last 2 generations. 

What do you think of the most recent casting choice relating to the upcoming The Last of Us TELEVISION series from HBO? How are you feeling about the franchise as an entire with a lot news focused around it in the previous year? Sound off with your ideas in the remark area listed below and inform us what you believe. Do it for Ellie. 


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