The Hollywood strike delays “The last of us” | Pleasure

The Hollywood strike delays “The last of us” |  Pleasure

The dystopian series “The last of us” took the Swedish audience by storm when it premiered in January. Just two months later, Warner Bros. announced Discovery that the series broke records in Sweden and in Europe as the most watched series ever on the streaming service HBO Max.

Therefore, no one was surprised when Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, the creators behind the series, announced that there will be a second season of the series.

But the ongoing strike in Hollywood risks delaying the season.

The script for the first episode is complete, but filming cannot begin until the strike is over.

– It is almost certain that we will not be able to start filming when we had hoped, which is upsetting. We’re all eager to get started, says co-creator Craig Mazin to Entertainment Weekly.

This is “The last of us”

“The last of us” was the big talking point in the first half of 2023. The story, which is based on the video game of the same name, follows the two main characters Joel and the teenage girl Ellie. The character Joel is played by the Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, who, among other things, appeared in the series The Mandalorian, Game of Thrones and Narcos.

The character Ellie is played by British actress Bella Ramsey who is also known from the HBO series Game of Thrones where she plays 10-year-old Lyanna Mormont.

The series takes place in the state of Texas in the United States and takes place 20 years into a pandemic where people are infected by a type of fungal infection that turns them into zombies.

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