|This article is about the film adaptation of the game. For the other pages that may have a similar name, see The Last of Us (disambiguation).|
The Last of Us is an upcoming live-action adventure film adaptation of the video game of the same name. It will be principally produced by .
On March 6, 2014, it was announced that a film of The Last of Us will be made and distributed by Naughty Dog co-presidents Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra, game director Bruce Straley, creative director and writer Neil Druckmann, and American film director Sam Raimi will produce the film. Druckmann, who will write the film and its script, confirmed that the film will be based on the video game's storyline on March 13, 2014..
After very little occurred for over two years, on April 4, 2016, game director Neil Druckmann said in an interview with IGN that the development for the film hasn't progressed in over a year. He explained, "I know I said in an interview a while back we had a table read, got the script to a good place and it kind of entered  In November of the same year, Raimi stated that development of the film was at a standstill, meaning the film likely won't be released until at least late 2018.like these things tend to do. There hasn't been any work done on it in over a year and a half."
By February, 2018, Druckmann personally admitted he had decided against making a film adaptation of the game, feeling it would be wrong for anyone to replace the original actors for the roles. Regardless, the film still remains in development despite Druckmann's change of heart.
- ↑ The Last of Us Movie Domains Registered by Sony
- ↑ Druckmann Confirms The Last of Us Movie is Game Adaptation
- ↑ GameSpot - Last of Us Movie stalls
- ↑ IGN - Druckmann interview
- ↑ IGN - Producer Sam Raimi says The Last of Us movie stuck at a 'standstill'
- ↑ Den of Geek - Why the movie stalled
- ↑ SDCC 2014: Game of Thrones' Arya Stark in Talks to Star in The Last of Us Movie
- ↑ The Last of Us game director no longer keen on movie plans