Nick Offerman to Play Bill in HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’

Nick Offerman to play Bill in HBO’s 2013 hit video game adaptation Our Last One.

HBO before announced that the actor will join the cast of the upcoming HBO series, but updates from Diversity confirmed that he will play Bill, a man who lives alone in a small town, who falls into a trap of traps to keep away from infected and hostile visitors. Bill appears in the original game when Joel and Ellie visit his town in the hopes that he can help them find a car that can take them to Colorado, where they believe they can use their abilities. Ellie’s immune system to create a cure for the plague, Cordyceps.

Con O’Neill was originally set to play Bill in Our Last One, but the actor had to withdraw due to scheduling conflicts.

Additionally, Murray Bartlett will play Bill’s partner, Frank. The game never explains it publicly to the player but suggests that Bill is gay and had an affair with Frank during their time together.

Be warned, spoilers for Our Last One video games followed.

In the game, Frank gets infected and commits suicide. Frank never appears alive in the game, so casting Bartlett indicates that the new series could include flashbacks or even possibly that Frank was still alive at the time Joel and Ellie met Bill in the game. movie series.

Offerman and Bartlett will star alongside Pedro Pascal as Joel, Bella Ramsey as Ellie, Gabriel Luna as Tommy and Anna Torv as Tess. Details on the release date are still vague, with Our Last One will launch at some point in 2022. Nick Offerman to Play Bill in HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’


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