The Last of Us trailer gives a new look at HBO’s spooky upcoming series
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Go West, young fan. In the official trailer, HBO gives another look at its live-action adaptation of the acclaimed video game.
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Coming to you this January. Lucky you.
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Last of Us fans have another chance to whet their appetites for HBO’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the acclaimed video game. The official trailer for the series appeared on Twitter on Saturday. The new HBO original will premiere January 15 on Cable Channel and HBO Max.
That follower follows a teaser released in September and offers new insights into a world where a chillingly realistic fungal infection of the brain has turned much of the population into aggressive, cannibalistic mutants.
The series follows survivors Joel and 14-year-old Ellie (Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey) as they journey across post-apocalyptic America two decades after the fall of modern civilization.
Developer Naughty Dog’s original PlayStation video game landed on PS3 in 2013 (and recently received a PS5 remake), with a sequel coming to PS4 in 2020.
CNET’s Attila Tomaschek and Sean Keane contributed to this report.
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