Pedro Pascal just kicked Last of Us Fans while they are down.
HBO Max brought the foretold post-apocalyptic video game to life. game of thrones Alum Bella RamseyAlthough it only aired on January 15th, the first episode stayed true to the original scene and featured Pedro’s character Joel Miller, his brother Tommy (Gabriel Luna) and daughter Sarah (Nico Parker) as the zombie pandemic unfolds.
In commemoration of the release, of mandalorian The star shared a bittersweet Polaroid photo on Instagram. He frowned and posed as his on-screen daughter kissed him on the cheek. nicoparker @thelastofus ep 1 now streaming on @hbomax.”
*Episode 1 spoiler*
Many who know the devastating implications of the first episode Last of Us Fans responded to the Instagram post in complete confusion. “You two broke my heart 😭💔,” wrote one in the comments. “Too soon,” another added. “Very good!” .
Moreover, the actress Nico Parker shared her own reaction to the photo she took with Pedro. “I love you so much❤️” she said.
ICYMI: The season 1 premiere included the tragic death of Nico’s Sarah. The HBO Max adaptation followed so closely that the moment felt all the more raw. dumbo Actress in the first episode to embody sincere attachment with the viewer. It all inevitably came crashing down when Pedro’s character hugged her daughter, lied about dying, and refused to let go.Brutal, we know.
The series now hints that Joel is Bella’s character Ellie as the only hope to end the plague from a military-grade quarantine zone. , embark on a ‘brutal and heartbreaking journey’ as they must rely on each other for survival.
There are many more Last of Us return every time Sundays at 9:00 PM ET — Assigned periodically for new episodes exclusive to HBO Max. But it’s never too late to jump on the bandwagon before the hype builds. If you’re not already a member, sign up for a subscription starting at $9.99 per month or $69.99 for the first year, then visit HBO Max’s official series page on his website or download it in the HBO Max app.
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