The Last of Us TV movie premiere praised by Star Wars director Rian Johnson

Star Wars and Knives Out director Rian Johnson praised HBO’s live-action adaptation the last of us. naughty dog the last of us It is widely regarded as one of the best video games of the last decade thanks to the extent to which it combines both a video game medium and the storytelling of a true-to-life movie or television. It has cruel and brutal gameplay that matches the multi-layered character density, gritty world, and emotional story that pulls no punches. Sony has been trying to turn the series into a live action movie for a long time, but eventually settled on a HBO TV series with ChernobylCraig Mazen and series co-creator Neil Druckman.

Earlier this week as part of The Last of Us Day, PlayStation and HBO released the first full-length trailer for the live-action adaptation of the last of us. The trailer highlighted the most important moments from the first game and teased some new moments and characters that were built specifically for this adaptation. The trailer received great acclaim from fans and Star Wars: The Last Jedi And the Take out the knives Director Rian Johnson was part of the audio thriller. Johnson took to Twitter to share his thoughts, noting that he thinks they sound “enormous.” Given the Johnson Awards for films like last seriousAnd the loperAnd the Take out the knivesAnd what’s more, it’s definitely a testament to the quality of the upcoming TV series on HBO.

Only time will tell how the show actually implements its vision. Video game mods are getting a lot better these days, but there is always a chance that they will fail. The inclusion of Neil Druckmann on the show gives fans some confidence as he’s responsible for helping create the storyline for both games. As of now, the show seems to be hitting all the right notes and could be one of the best game mods to date.

the last of us It will air on HBO in 2023. What do you think of the show’s trailer? Let me know in the comments or hit me up TwitterCade_Onder.


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