The Last of Us video games are full of moments which have caught with followers for years. While we don’t know what number of of these iconic scenes will make it into HBO’s upcoming live-action adaptation, we now know the present will embody a fairly devoted recreation of one of The Last of Us’ most memorable motion sequences.
In latest weeks and months, followers have been sharing photographs and movies from the set of HBO’s The Last of Us collection. As manufacturing of that collection ramps up, the set leaks have gotten increasingly more elaborate. Recently, a well-liked Twitter account that compiles some of these set leaks posted a behind-the-scenes video of a latest filming session that seemingly confirms that the upcoming present will try to copy a traditional Last of Us second as intently as attainable.
Judging by the clip, the live-action adaptation will faithfully function The Last of Us’ well-known ambush sequence that sees Joel and Ellie driving round in a truck earlier than being approached by a seemingly injured man. Just like within the sport, that man seems to be a bandit making an attempt to rob them (attempt to be shocked). So, Joel drives ahead, dodges bricks and bullets, and ultimately crashes into a retailer earlier than partaking in a firefight. The Twitter submit even exhibits one other car with a digital camera mounted on high driving in entrance of Joel’s truck, which means that when this episode airs, this scene will primarily function a number of clips of Joel’s truck from the entrance.
Even although that scene seems to be largely devoted to the sport, it isn’t 100% correct. For occasion, within the live-action adaptation, the bandit dives out of the way in which of Joel’s truck, however within the sport, Joel runs into him with deadly outcomes. Also, I can’t assist however ignore the state of the car within the clip. In the sport, Joel’s truck is rusted and ill-kept, however within the present, it appears to be like pretty pristine. This obvious oversight is odd given the variation’s consideration to element in relation to Ellie and her garments. Maybe the consequences staff is planning on including a little post-production grime to key sequences?