Deadline studies that HBO's The Final of Us adaptation will see Jeffrey Pierce, who performed an important half within the authentic video games, return to the post-apocalyptic world in a brand new function on the small display. Murray Bartlett (The White Lotus) and Con O’Neill (Chernobyl) additionally be part of the collection in roles pulled straight from the supply materials.
After voicing Joel's brother Tommy within the online game collection, Pierce is recruited as soon as once more to the darkish and twisted world of The Final of Us, this time to play a brand new character within the live-action adaptation. The actor will recur within the HBO collection as a insurgent in a quarantine zone, with no additional particulars given. In the meantime, Terminator: Darkish Destiny star Gabriel Luna will likely be filling within the function of Joel’s brother, Tommy.
Moreover, O’Neill and Bartlett will visitor star as fan-favorites Invoice and Frank, respectively. They'll be taking part in two post-pandemic survivalists residing alone in their very own remoted city. Within the authentic sport, Joel and Ellie encountered Invoice in one of many extra memorable and heartbreaking sequences of their seasons-long journey.
Recreation of Thrones veterans Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey will star within the highly-anticipated challenge. Along with Pierce, Neil Druckmann returns from behind-the-scenes of the unique sport to co-write the HBO collection. Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin serves as showrunner whereas Beanpole director Kantemir Balagov is ready to helm the pilot. Filmmakers Jasmila Žbanić and Ali Abbasi are connected to helm episodes of the highly-anticipated adaptation. The supporting forged additionally contains Merle Dandridge as Marlene (reprising her function from the unique sport) and Nico Parker as Joel's daughter, Sarah.
A launch date for The Final of Us stays unsure as HBO commences a year-long manufacturing beginning this summer time.
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