The much-anticipated The Last of Us series on HBO Max just got a short teaser on what to expect when it comes out next year and while it is enough for the fans clamoring to have a first look, the director of the show, Neil Druckmann, said that there's more to it.
Over the weekend, HBO Max released a video of what to expect on the streaming platform and one of the clips includes the upcoming series based on the beloved game, The Last of Us, giving a first look at Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as Ellie.
After the short clip was revealed, the director of The Last of Us, Neil Druckmann, teased the fans on Twitter that what HBO Max released was just the tip of the iceberg, "You ain't seen nothing yet."
The writer and producer of The Last of Us, Craig Mazin, also took his excitement to Twitter for the highly anticipated series saying, "I can’t wait to show you all what we’ve brought to life."
The Last of Us will follow Joel, portrayed by Pedro Pascal, a smuggler who would have to escort Ellie, played by Bella Ramsey, through a post-apocalyptic United States plagued with the infected and human hunters. Also in the cast are Lamar Johnson as Henry and Keivon Woodard as Sam.
Gabriel Luna is also set to take on a new role in The Last of Us where he would play Tommy, a former soldier and the younger brother of Joel. Along with Luna are Ashley Johnson, Nick Offerman, and Troy Baker who both have unannounced roles. There would also be Graham Greene who would portray Marlon and Elaine Miles as Florence.
HBO's The Last of Us is expected to be released in early 2023.