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Upcoming ‘The Last Of Us’ HBO TV Series To Reportedly Star Nick Offerman

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Murray Bartlett has let it slip that Nick Offerman from Parks & Rec will be joining the cast of the upcoming The Last Of Us TV Series on HBO.

In an interview with The Guardian, Australian actor Murray Bartlett has let it slip that Nick Offerman, the Parks & Rec star might be a part of the upcoming HBO TV series based on Naughty Dog’s action adventure title, The Last Of Us. In the interview, Bartlett was talking about the various roles that he has worked on in the past few years.

Talking about The Last Of Us, Bartlett reveals that, “It’s co-created by Craig Mazin, who did Chernobyl”. He further adds that, “The scripts he’s written blew my head off. It’s an epic show, but beautifully human and intimate. We filmed it in Calgary. A lot of my scenes are with Nick Offerman. Playing off him was awesome”.

HBO Is Adapting Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us As A TV Series

While HBO has not yet officially announced Nick Offerman’s casting in the show. It is up to the speculation of the fans as to which character from The Last Of Us he will be reprising. It is also interesting to note here that while the plot for the TV series will be largely following that of the original game by Naughty Dog, however, some new characters will be introduced to adapt the story to TV, better.

Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey of Game of Thrones fame will be playing Joel and Ellie in the TV Series adaptation of Naughty Dog’s action adventure The Last Of Us. They will be joined by Murray Bartlett, Anna Torv and others. You can check the entire cast for the TV series here. And now, according to Murray Bartlett, Nick Offerman too will be joining the cast.

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Source: The Guardian

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