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The Birth of Ellie: ‘The Last of Us’ Used 12-Day-Old Twins and a 30-Pound Pregnant Belly in Finale’s Opening Scene
Jordan Moreau SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of “The Last of Us,” now streaming on HBO Max. The world of “The Last of Us” just got its first major clue as to how Ellie, played by Bella Ramsey in HBO’s hit adaptation, became immune to the deadly cordyceps fungus. And, in a poetic, full-circle moment, the finale brought back actor Ashley Johnson, who originally starred as Ellie in “The Last of Us” video game, to play Ellie’s mother, Anna. The Season 1 finale opened with a flashback to Ellie’s birth — which had never been seen in the 2013 video game nor its 2021 sequel. Before Sunday night’s episode, there were no confirmed details about how Ellie became immune to cordyceps, and Anna had never appeared onscreen. In the episode’s surprise opening sequence, the season finale revealed that Anna was bitten by an infected person moments before giving birth to Ellie. Anna kills the assailant before cutting the umbilical cord, but those moments of connection may have created within Ellie a “chemical messenger” that “makes normal cordyeps think she’s cordyceps,” as Marlene (Merle Dandridge) later explains in the episode. (Dandridge is the only actor in “The Last of Us” who plays the same character that she did in the game.)
'The Last of Us' Season 1 Finale: Bella Ramsey on Joel's Lie and What's to Come in Season 2 (Exclusive)
is all about the relationship between Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey), which made Sunday's season 1 finale all the more heartbreaking.In surprisingly fashion, however, the heartbreak this time around didn't come from the death of a beloved character — RIP Tess, Bill, Frank, Henry, Sam, Riley and all our other faves -- but from a lie.Having realized that the Fireflies plan for Ellie — which involved operating on her brain to analyze her cordyceps for a possible cure — would kill her, Joel went on a rampage, killing guards, doctors and finally Marlene (Merle Dandrige) as he broke a still-unconscious Ellie out of the hospital.When she came to, however, Joel omitted all of his own violence from the story, telling Ellie that the hospital was attacked by raiders but that the Firefly doctors had determined she wasn't the cure and she was free to leave.«I don't think Ellie does believe him, at her core,» Ramsey told ET's Ash Crossan during an interview for an ET and Comicbook crossover podcast. «I don't think she does, but she has to force herself to believe him enough, because the thought of it not being true is too painful.»At the episode's end, a still-skeptical Ellie even asks Joel to swear that what he told her was true — and he does.«I think that she forces herself to to believe him and buys into her own delusion because she has to for her own sanity,» the actress added. «But I think deep down she's always had a feeling.»If the truth comes to light in season 2, it's likely to cause a massive rift between the two, especially, Ramsey said, because Ellie would have «definitely» been willing to sacrifice herself for the cure.«That's her purpose, that's the reason she's alive,» she explained.
Get Used To Gay Storylines In The Last Of Us, Says Bella Ramsey
Five episodes in and the HBO series The Last Of Us has already become one of the most talked about shows of 2023.  The third episode of the series, which featured a gay storyline with Murray Bartlett and Nick Offerman playing a gay couple, won critical acclaim.Murray Bartlett (right) and Nick Offerman play a gay couple in the HBO series ‘The Last of Us’.Ramsey plays the role of teenager Ellie in the series, who is travelling with Joel, played by Pedro Pascal, across America, after a mutated Cordyceps fungus outbreak. The Last of Us is based on a very successful video game and in Part II of the original game, Ellie falls in love with another woman Dina and also introduces a trans character Lev. Ramsey, who is non-binary, told British GQ in an interview that she was not concerned with the reaction of homophobes. Ramsey revealed that she had worn a chest binder for most of the shooting of Season 1 and had “honest” conversations around gender and sexuality with Pascal, who has a trans sister. “And they weren’t always deep: they could be funny and humorous, the whole spectrum. We were just very honest and open with each other,” Ramsey told GQ. Blair Durkee, the associate director of gaming for GLAAD, told that for “many LGBTQ people, to see characters like yourself represented in the games you play can be critical.