The Last Of Us Scene Revealed That Will Shock Audiences
The third episode of The Last of Us moved most viewers with the tragic love story of Bill (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett), but the showrunner of the series, Craig Mazin, has already warned that at least one more moment is coming heartbreaking.
In an interview with TV Line , the showrunner was asked if Joel’s past would be further explored, as well as Bill and Frank’s. “I don’t think we’re going to go back that deep, but Joel’s (Pedro Pascal) past is what informs his future,” Mazin said. “There’s one particular moment that just hits me hard.”
The death of Sarah (Nico Parker), murdered by one of the FEDRA agents when he was scared because he thought she was infected. Joel kills the agent with punches after losing his daughter. According to Craig Mazin, this character’s emotional baggage will result in an emotional moment in the coming episodes.
“Pedro Pascal’s portrayal of Joel has so much soul and humanity and vulnerability, especially when Joel is alone. Do you know what I mean? He has to be a tough guy around everybody, but when he’s alone, that’s when you see his soul.”
The Last of Us
The series takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, where a fungus has transformed much of humanity into irrational aggressive beings and a totalitarian organization commands what’s left of society. Smuggler Joel needs to get Elle (Bella Ramsey), a 14-year-old teenager, out of the quarantine zone, as a rebel group believes she may be the only chance to find a cure.
Episodes are released weekly, Sunday, at 10 pm on HBO Max.