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The Last of Us, the trailer of the TV series with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey reveals disturbing monsters on the way

The Last of Us, the trailer of the TV series with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey reveals disturbing monsters on the way

The Last of Us, the meaning of the ending song of the first episode

What is the meaning of the song in the credits of the first episode of The Last of Us ? The highly anticipated series HBO made its debut exclusively on Sky and streamed only on NOW. From January 16, 2023absolutely simultaneously with the airing in the United States, lo show with protagonist Peter Pascal e Bella Ramsey will accompany us for nine weeks.

“The world as we know it is about to change tremendously fast. A man and a girl walk together towards the most coveted destination”.

ATTENTION: the following article contains spoilers from the first episode of The Last of Us. So if you are not up to date with the episodes we advise you not to continue reading. Also, there are video game details that could be spoilers for upcoming episodes.

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The showrunners of the series Neil Druckman e Craig Mazin have made some changes to the series, thus leading to differences from the game of The Last of Us. For starters they changed the way the virus is spread Cordycepsintroduced new characters and added playing time to others.

Never Let Me Down Again

Why is the soundtrack an integral part of the story? In the first episode Ellie includes the communication code used by Joel to communicate with Bill e Frank.

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If a 1960s song is playing on the radio it means “nothing new”, 1970s “new merchandise” and 1980s “bad news”. In the scene where Joel wakes up in front of Elliethe girl tells him that the radio has played Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, song of the Wham from 1984. Reason why Joel he reacts worried.

Finally, in the credits of the first episode of The Last of Us resounds the song of the Depeche Mode Never Let Me Down Again, 80s song suggesting that Bill e Frank they have problems out of quarantine. in games, Joel meet Bill while traveling with Ellielooking for a car to reach the Luci. Bill – also in the video game – is an old friend who owes a favor to Joelit is found at Jackson e Frank he died by suicide.

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Craig Mazin, director of the first episode, explained why he chose the song of Depeche Mode in an interview given to The Hollywood Reporter. “My wife has an encyclopedic knowledge of 80s music and I said, ‘Okay, Melissa, I need this.’ I needed a song that I know but haven’t listened to in a long time. One that hasn’t been used to exhaustion. And I needed it to hint at something without revealing everything. I wanted it to start in a particular way, to be able to show the radio turning on. She said: ‘Never let me down again’. And I just answered her: ‘Oh, my God’”.

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