MOVIE NEWS – The HBO television version of Naughty Dog’s groundbreaking game, The Last of Us will expand on the story, with respect, adding a new scene that the makers say will take our breath away.
Craig Mazin, writer and producer of the HBO adaptation of The Last of Us, has assured in a recent interview that the television series will have among its footage a moment of great impact that, in the video game was never seen.
“It will leave you with your mouth open,” said the creator of Chernobyl in a talk with Must Watch, a British BBC program, now echoed by Comic Book. “Of course, we have to do it. No one will be able to prevent me from doing it. They would have to shoot me [to stop me],” added the screenwriter without offering details about the protagonists and the context of this mysterious scene from the Naughty Dog title.
Possibly the HBO adaptation of the Naughty Dog video game contains more previously unreleased material from the video game as well as other material for the occasion. Craig Mazin, however, in that same interview, commented that they were working with Neil Druckmann to expand the story, filling in any possible gaps. “The changes we are making are designed to expand it, fill gaps. It is not about undoing anything, but about improving it,” said the director of Superhero Movie.
The adaptation continues in the pre-production phase.
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