The Last of Us TV adaptation showrunner Craig Mazin talks about fears about the upcoming series.
in the latest episode of scriptnotes podcast, which Mazin hosts with fellow writer John August, the former host talks about his personal concerns about adapting The Last of We for TV. You can watch Mazin’s full quote below, conveniently chronicled by members of The Last of Us subreddit, where Mazin talks about “anger and fear of judgment” from the Internet at large.
However, Mazin makes it clear that he has resolved to “take care” of the show, because if he can make it happen, he believes people will love it. “So you must do what you’re afraid of. You can’t let the Internet win you over,” concludes the showrunner and writer of his upcoming adaptation.
The Last of Us TV Show is currently in production in Canada. Less than two weeks ago in September, HBO finally released a look at Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsay as Joel and Ellie, respectively, with a picture of the two characters turning to the camera, looking down at a crashed plane. Happened. Nearby hill.
The series is actually still recruiting a cast, even in the midst of ongoing production. Just yesterday, on October 6, it was revealed that Friday Night Lights actor Brad Leland had been cast in a mysterious new role, only to be called “Mr. Adler”. Little is known about Leland’s character right now, but it’s clear that HBO is expanding the show’s scope.
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