Jeffrey Pierce, the voice actor who played Tommy Miller in The Last of Us video games is taking the jump over to the HBO Max live-action series in an alternate role. Aside from giving voice and motion capture to different games, for example, the Call of Duty franchise, Pierce additionally has a long list of television credits showing up in shows like Castle Rock, God Friended Me, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. In the Last of Us games, Pierce plays the more youthful brother to the game’s protagonist Joel.
The Last of Us is as of now shooting in Canada with The Mandalorian’s Pedro Pascal and Game of Thrones’ Bella Ramsay as lead characters Joel and Ellie. While Tommy’s role is being played by Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s. Gabriel Luna, Deadline reports that Pierce will join the cast in a repetitive role as Perry, an agitator in a quarantine zone. Joining Pierce in the new series are likewise two other video game castmates, Nico Parker and Merle Dandridge.
While live-action video game adaptations are a famously troublesome nut for studios to open, the sheer volume of narrative content accessible from the games ought to give HBO Max a lot of material to work with. Combined with the way that The Last of Us maker Neil Druckmann is likewise straightforwardly engaged with the show’s turn of events, enthusiasts of the game have a long list of motivations to be sure the show will be a triumph. The decision to fuse a similar ability which aided make the first games so effective just assists with building up that certainty. While there is no official release date arranged, fans are anticipating that the series should hit HBO at some point late in 2022.
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