Bella Ramsey
Composers Gustavo Santaolalla and David Fleming discuss adapting the video games' scores for the series.
Cinematographer Ksenia Sereda explains how the camera tells us more than we want to know as it captures Ellie's journey from a neon mall to a snow-covered cult compound.
Another flashback episode, this time centered on Ellie, shows how this world makes a double-edged sword out of happiness.
Ramsey and co-star Pedro Pascal bonded over discussing the "whole spectrum" of gender and sexuality on set.
Production designer John Paino discusses constructing the ruins — and the ruination — of Kansas City for the HBO series.
"The character that I play in this show, 'The Last of Us,' Ellie, curses every two seconds," the "Game of Thrones" alum said.
"I don’t have any interest in a spinning-plates-go-on-forever show. When it becomes a perpetual motion machine," showrunner Craig Mazin added, "it just can’t help but get kind of...stupid."
"They're like, 'Oh my God, he can't even have the same beard as Joel in the game,'" showrunner Craig Mazin said of diehard videogame fans.
The video game adaptation premieres on HBO January 15.
Bella Ramsey, Melanie Lynskey, Nick Offerman, and Murray Bartlett also star in Craig Mazin's HBO adaptation of the popular video game series.
Production designer Kave Quinn tells IndieWire about illuminating the medieval world of Lena Dunham's Karen Cushman adaptation.
Written and directed by Dunham, the coming-of-age period piece stars Bella Ramsey, Joe Alwyn, Andrew Scott, and Russell Brand.
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