The Last of Us: Bella Ramsey Shares Adorable Pedro Pascal Set Photos

Credit: Liane Hentscher/HBO

Credit: Liane Hentscher/HBO

The Last of Us might be set in the dark and dreary post-apocalypse but that hasn't stopped the cast and crew from having fun on the set. Bella Ramsey has just shared some awesome photos featuring Pedro Pascal enjoying himself behind the scenes of the HBO series.

Bella Ramsey recently took to her official Instagram account and shared 10 new images that were taken while she and the cast and crew were working on The Last of Us Episodes 5 and 6. The pictures offer a cool glimpse at what it's like on the set and it confirms that Pedro Pascal always finds time to have fun even when the scenes appear sad and gloomy.

We're loving the new set photos from The Last of Us since it confirms that the cast has a great time working on the show despite the dark and dangerous setting. With that in mind, we're looking forward to more pictures taken from behind the scenes of the series.

Although Bella Ramsey and Pedro Pascal were having fun working on Episodes 5 and 6, things aren't looking too good for Joel and Ellie in the latest episode. In The Last of Us Episode 7, Joel is still seriously injured and Ellie is desperate to find a way to help him. While looking for medicine, she takes time to reminisce about her best friend Riley.

The episode also confirms that Riley became a Firefly and was about to leave Boston when she took Ellie to an abandoned mall. Although the two have a great time, their fun leads to tragedy when they are both attacked by an Infected who bites the girls. Riley then suggests that they should wait things out until the infection takes but knowing that Ellie is immune, things could get truly tragic next week.

The Last of Us Episode 7 is titled Left Behind and is now streaming on HBO Max.

Related: The Last of Us Episode 7 Highlights Ellie and Riley's Sweet and Tragic Story

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