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Here’s What Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Revealed About His Appearance In The Last Of Us TV Show

On Thursday, HBO and game developer Naughty Dog announced a television adaptation of the PS3 / PS4 classic The Last of Us. With Chernobyl producer Craig Mazin and TLOU co-creator Neil Druckman joining both producers and writers, it’s safe to say the series is in good hands. But as soon as this news came out, fans immediately began to wonder who would play the role of the main characters, as it is slated to follow the story of the first game.

While many were divided on who should be cast in the role of Ellie, in 2013, the game was assigned to a teenage girl escorting across the country; there were two clear favorites who could play the role of the abusive smuggler Joel. Were. An early favorite appeared as Hugh Jackman, but he’s already played a very familiar role in 2017’s Logan.


The Last of Us' Fans Want 'Thrones' Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau to Play Joel  in HBO Show | Complex
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The cast of the Last of Us: all characters confirmed so far

For the characters involved, Joel will be in attendance, while Ellie was confirmed by Drakeman in a tweet posted on March 8, International Women’s Day.

Tess, Marlene, Maria and a new character with four characters, which could be great The Last of Us for 2  ABB, member of WLF. Things are also slowly coming together behind the camera. The Last of Us is the first director of the HBO series: Breaking Bad, Johann Renk of Chernobyl and the fame of music videos. He spoke about the movie, stating that he had signed up for the pilot only because he hadn’t been given a spot on his schedule for the “ongoing” television series.

There is a defined musician with a cast of characters and actors. Gustavo Santiola will score the HBO series, as he did in the first two games.

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