The Last of Us Episode 4: The Trip That Troubled Joel and Ellie
The trailer for episode 4 of The Last of Us is out. HBO dropped a preview for next week’s post-apocalyptic episode based on the PlayStation video game of the same name, revealing a new character in the form of Kathleen, a ruthless leader of a revolutionary movement in Kansas City. Melanie Lynskey, best known for her role in Yellowjackets, will play the role – signaling big trouble for our survivors duo Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey). Titled “Take My Hand,” the episode will be directed by Jeremy Webb (The Umbrella Academy) and is said to be just 50 minutes long — significantly shorter than episode 3’s 75 minutes. Episode 4 of The Last of Us will premiere February 6 at 8:30 a.m. IST / February 5 at 9 p.m. ET on Disney+ Hotstar and HBO Max respectively.
Trailer for Our Last episode 4 begins by introducing Ellie’s (ramsey) new pet peeve – disgusted with the smell of coffee, as the couple rests in the woods. “It smells like burnt poop,” she tells Joel (pascal), who didn’t mind her remarks, immediately took a large sip from the pitcher. Though not explicitly mentioned, to Ellie’s trust, the coffee must have been filtered with a smelly rag or his sock – since they’ve been traveling for a while. Episode 3 introduced Bill, our unexpected oily-haired ally (Nick Offerman), who had an unexpected love story with his partner Frank (Murray Bartlett) in the TV series.
Our Last The episode 4 trailer puts Joel and Ellie on the road, as they continue their journey to Wyoming. Ellie, who is not used to being in a car, tries to help navigate the map, causing the duo to stop in a hostile territory. “This is my second day in an f-king car, man. Stop,” she said, noticing an injured survivor begging them for help. Believing he might have been bitten and infected, Joel continued driving and crashed into some debris. “This has gone too far. It has to stop,” a hidden hostage tells new character Kathleen (lynskey), who is seen holding a gun to his head. “Where is he?” she asked with tears in her eyes, probably referring to Joel. Then the episode 4 trailer of The Last of Us was cut to show some action sequences of our duo stealthily making their way through the ruined town and engaging in combat with the last citizens. still alive.
“We’ll get through this,” Joel assures Ellie at the end of the Last of Us episode 4 trailer, before hitting the road. Back with new character Kathleen, continue TwitterWriter Neil Druckmann praised her performance in the series. “GOD! You’ve crushed your episodes! I hope people see your character!”, he sayconfirmed that Lynskey will appear in multiple episodes.
Last week, HBO renew The Last of Us series for a second seasonDruckmann added that it will explore the events of the award-winning video game sequel, The Last of Us Part II. Craig MazinThe showrunner and director of episode 1 of The Last of Us also hinted that the sequel will likely end in two parts, claiming that the story is “worth more than a TV season”.
New episodes of The Last of Us stream every Monday Famous Disney+ starat 8:30am IST in India and Sunday at 9pm ET on HBO Max anywhere available. Season 1 consists of nine episodes.