The Last of Us | Series creator promises jaw-dropping scene that was deleted from the game
While participating in the BBC's Must Watch program, Craig Mazin brought more details of his approach to the series The Last of Us. The screenwriter is very excited, despite the disappointment that the whole COVID-19 situation has delayed production.
'' If you have already played, the intention is for that person to watch the series and say, 'It didn't violate anything I liked about the game. Instead, it brought me different things that I didn't know yet, and that were very welcome to this universe. '' '
Mazin also confirmed that we will have an important scene in the series and that it ended up being deleted by Neil Druckmann in the development of the original game.
The game's creator, screenwriter and creative director, Neil Druckmann, is involved in the production and will work alongside Craig Mazin, creator of the limited series Chernobyl. The project is a co-production of HBO with Sony Pictures Television and will be PlayStation Productions' first television series.
Originally released in 2013, The Last of Us was critically acclaimed for its fascinating post-apocalyptic story, centered on the relationship between Joel, a smuggler in this new world, and Ellie, a teenager who could be the key to a cure for the deadly pandemic. .
Joel is hired to smuggle the 14-year-old girl from an oppressive quarantine zone. What starts as a small job soon becomes a brutal and moving journey, as they both need to cross the United States and depend on each other to survive.
The HBO series will cover the events of the original game, which was written by Druckmann, with the possibility of additional content based on the game's sequel, The Last of Us: Part II.
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