A few months ago it was confirmed that one of the most successful television series creators was going to join forces with, precisely, one of the most awarded and recognized games in history. The union between HBO and The Last of Us implies that the original adventure was going to move from our consoles to the HBO platform, with the aim of producing a series at the level of the best known on HBO and that would do justice to one of the most loved and special games of recent years.

Over the last few weeks, several key pieces have been confirmed in the cast of The Last of Us series on HBO, including Pedro Pascal (Din Djarin in The Mandalorian and Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones) in the role of Joel and Bella Ramsey (Lyanna Mormont in Game of Thrones) as Ellie. It was also confirmed that Nico Parker (Thandie Newton’s daughter, Maeve in Westworld) would play Sarah, Joel’s daughter in The Last of Us.

These are the new signings of the The Last of Us series on HBO

Today they have been confirmed up to 3 new members in the cast. The first one is Jeffrey Pierce, who voices Tommy in the game, but will play a rebel in the series in the quarantine zone, since Tommy in the series will be played by Gabriel Luna. The other two new cast members are Murray Bartlett and Con O’Neill, who will play Frank and Bill, two survivors that you will remember from the first bars of the game.

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As you can see, The Last of Us series on HBO is being nurtured by good actors, while some scenes are already beginning to be shot. The part of the direction of the series falls on the own Neil Druckmann, that next to Craig mazin (Chernobyl), are writing the script and will oversee the production.

The Last of Us series on HBO confirms new signings

▪ Release date: 06/14/2013