Releasing it feels like an eternity ago now, however The last of us It remains one of the most successful series of the year. It makes sense, then, that fans are eagerly awaiting the film’s sequel. However, due in part to strikes in Hollywood, they still had to be patient. In a recent interview, showrunner Craig Mazin gave some updates on the second season of the show The last of us predicate.
The first season of The last of us It won no less than 24 Emmy nominations and thus can be considered a huge success. So the arrival of Season 2 comes as no surprise. This season will mainly focus on the game’s story The last of us part two. The sequel to the popular HBO series will be in 2025 at the earliest. There is still a lot of work to be done before the recordings can actually begin.
Perhaps the most important thing in this area is the casting. Earlier, the makers confirmed that Bella Ramsey would continue to play Ellie, despite the time jump. Pedro Pascal also returns as Joel, as does Gabriel Luna as his brother Tommy.
However, there are also a lot of new characters in the second season, which takes place five years later. These names include Dina, Jessie, and Liv, which are well-known names from the game. But the most important newcomer will undoubtedly be Abigail “Abby” Anderson. Fans of the franchise know that casting isn’t easy because Abby has a very specific muscular look.
However, its makers seem to have found it. Maybe, says Craig Mazin. Hollywood Reporter. “The raid slowed us down because we were busy. Casting Abby was the first thing we wanted to arrange. Our team has had a lot of criticism in the past and probably will in the future. But I think we got it right last time and viewers seem to think that in the end.
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