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The Last of Us: HBO Max has Ended the Season 1 Finale with More Controversies

HBO is ready to release the final two episodes of the most awaited The Last of Us. The show is going to complete what has already been like an eventful season. The show has got pretty much big numbers of views in the past, that’s the reason the show has been renewed for the second season.

If The Last of Us becomes anything at the end of the game, then there will be no regret left in the heart of the fans, but if it continues from the ending then it may leave the opposite effect. Bella Ramsey plays the live-action Ellie had done an interview with Vogue as she has been teased about the exhausting filming like the penultimate episode of the season and how the finale was filled with controversies. 

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“It was… exhausting, but those were some of my favorite days on set. That sounds really masochistic, but it’s the scenes that break me that I love the most, in a way,” Ramsey reveals before teasing the controversial finale. “It’s going to divide people massively – massively. 

The Emmy-winning creator Craig Mazzin produced The Last of Us along with Druckman, the maker behind the hit video game take ever spoken.  In an Interview, Mazin told, “It’s an open-and-shut case: this is the greatest story that has ever been told in video games,” he also added,” Joel and Ellie didn’t shoot anything out of their eyeballs. They were just people. And that, in and of itself, is remarkably rare in games. The fact that they kept it so grounded, and really made you feel – I had never experienced anything like it, and I’ve been playing video games since 1977.” 

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On collaborating with Pascal and Ramsey include Gabriel Lina as Tommy, Amma Torv as Tess, Nico Parker as Sarah, Murray Bartlett as Frank, Nick Offerman as Bill, Melanie Lynskey as Kathleen, Storm Reid as Riley, Merle Dandridge as Marklene, Jeffrey Pierce as Perry, Lamar Johnson as Henry, Kevonn Woodard as Sam, Graham Greene as Marlon, and Elaine Miles as Florence. The original stars of the game Ashley Johnson and Trotty Baker played the part of Ellie and Joel in both video games. 

The first seven episodes of The Last of Us are now streaming on HBO Max, the first season of the series was last long more than nine episodes in total along with several new episodes are rolling out on weekly basis. 

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