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The Last of Us has been the speak of the city for weeks now, and with the extremely anticipated online game adaptation enjoying its playing cards proper by letting hungry followers marinate for every week between episodes, we don’t think about it will likely be leaving the general public’s consciousness any time quickly.
Indeed, for what agony there could also be in ready every week between episodes of HBO Max’s present powerhouse tv collection, it solely makes the eventual premiere that rather more satisfying, and if one Gabriel Luna is to be believed, the fast-approaching third episode of the collection goes to slam into us significantly onerous.
Luna, who performs Joel’s brother Tommy within the collection, teased that nothing can put together us viewers for no matter episode three, titled “Long Long Time” has in retailer for us, retweeting a teaser from Nick Offerman within the course of.
Offerman is about to painting Bill, a survivor who cautiously allies himself with Joel and Ellie within the unique recreation, and who will most likely take up the same position within the present. More intriguingly, although, is that Bill’s upcoming look, as indicated by the hooked up photographs in Offerman’s tweet, may additionally be teasing the looks of Frank.
Frank, Bill’s companion, solely appeared as a lifeless physique within the unique recreation, however the tv adaptation selected to maintain him alive this time round, with Murray Bartlett set to convey the character to live-action life. This will supply us a sharper glimpse into Bill and Frank’s relationship than the sport did, though it’s unclear if that is the anchor for Luna’s beliefs that audiences aren’t emotionally ready for the subsequent episode.
One factor that’s abundantly clear, nevertheless, is that completely all people disagrees with Luna on that entrance.
However The Last of Us manages to shatter what few reserves of emotional stability we’ll proceed to construct for the sake of this present, at no level ought to one ever name this fandom’s devotion to their materials into query. Come Hell or excessive Cordyceps, followers of The Last of Us are prepared for something.
The Last of Us is now streaming on HBO Max, with new episodes releasing each Sunday till the season’s conclusion on March 12.