According to whether you believe the source, or not, Pedro has either been cast or is in consideration for the lead role of Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards in the Marvel Fantastic Four Marvel reboot. Again, right now this is just rumor. When there is actually news of his casting PEDRO PASCAL ONLINE will report it. Until that time we are going to remain neutral.
We have a THE LAST OF US seaseon two update. According to many sources the start of filming will begin on January 7, 2024 in Vancouver, British Columbia. After the 118 day SAG/AFTRA Strike this is such good news. The bad news is we won’t be getting anything until 2025. My guess is around the same time as season one aired. HBO likes to do that. So we’ll have Bella and Pedro back on our screens then.
The Last of Us: Production List Has Season 2 Filming in January 2024
It appears Neil Druckmann & Craig Mazin’s Pedro Pascal/Bella Ramsey-starring The Last of Us Season 2 will be filming Season 2 in early 2024.
Earlier this month, HBO & Max CEO and Chairman Casey Bloys announced that production on the second season of Neil Druckmann & Craig Mazin’s Pedro Pascal (Joel) & Bella Ramsey (Bella)-starring The Last of Us would begin in early 2024. Since that time, a major event happened that made that time frame much more of a reality. Yup, SAG-AFTRA is poised to ratify a new deal this week – with the 118-day strike officially coming to an end last week. Now, we have an updated production list that went live this week that lists a film shoot for the second season in Vancouver, BC, Canada, beginning on January 7, 2024.
Here’s a look at the production listing – followed by a look back at what we know about the season and the series’ future so far:
The Last of Us: Craig Mazin of Season 2 & Beyond
In an interview with Variety from earlier in the summer, Mazin discussed how a 2025 debut for the second season was still workable (but less & less so the longer the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes continue), confirmed that Season 3 will happen (as long as the viewers keep watching), and addressed the possibility of familiar faces returning in flashbacks (and why they have no plans to mess with that “beautiful” episode).
“The Last of Us” Could Still Make Its 2025 Delivery Date – For Now: “We had a little more flexibility, I think, than normally just because we had to wait a little bit longer any way to line up production with the weather. A lot of what we do is outside, and so we had a schedule that weirdly hasn’t been immediately impacted. But we’re getting pretty close; we can’t keep our original start dates forever, obviously. If these strikes go much longer, we inevitably will have to push, and that hurts us, and it hurts the audience, and it hurts HBO. We all, everybody wants to get back to work; I think everybody that’s actually doing the work, including the network people who are with us on the ground, I think everybody just wants to get this solved. So fingers crossed.”
“The Last of Us” Season 3 Will Happen As Long As Viewers Keep Watching: “It’s going to be more than one season. There’s more story, so this show will not end with Season 2 unless people don’t watch it, and we’ll get canceled. Barring that, we will be doing some things exactly the way they were in the game. We’re going to do other things that are in the game, and we’re gonna do some things that are in the game, but we’re gonna do them differently in our own method. No matter if you have played the game or not. You will be surprised as the season unfolds. We have some interesting twists and turns.”
Could Melanie Lynskey, Storm Reid & Others Return via Flashbacks? “There’s always a chance for everything. With us, you never know, and we obviously don’t confine ourselves by timelines. People who are dead sometimes reappear, and sometimes we meet people that we didn’t even know, and then we find out that they are somebody.”
Mazin on Why There Won’t Be Another Bill (Nick Offerman) & Frank (Murray Bartlett) Episode: “What you won’t see is, for instance, another very special episode with Bill and Frank; we aren’t going to milk it. When we do something that we think is beautiful, we let it be as it is and find other beautiful things to do.”
SOURCE: BLEEDING COOL NEWS
This set of images is of Pedro in New York City where he was seen outside of the studios where SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE is filmed.
Pedro made a return visit to SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE where he supported guest host Bad Bunny. Enjoy.
I have about 50 new images of Pedro on the picket line in support of the SAG/AFTRA strike from September.
Some images of Pedro on the picket line supporting his fellow SAG/AFTRA strikers. The WGA (Writer’s Guild of America) have already ratified their terms with the industry with the actors still in negotiations. We here at PEDRO PASCAL ONLINE support them.
Well, we’re at THAT episode. The one where Pedro said during the filming in Croatia it was so very hot. He said too he’s not a good sleeper, so when lying there on the ground with all the cold, wet prosthetics draping over his face, he got some of the best sleep he’s ever gotten. Too funny Pedro. I have to give honourable mention to Indira Varma (Ellaria Sand) for her utterly chilling response to Oberyn’s death.
Here Oberyn offers to be Tyrion’s (Peter Dinklage) combatant in a trial-by-combat with Gregor Clegane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson), also known as The Moutain.
Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) goes on trial and Oberyn serves as a judge.
The coronation of Tommen Lannister (Dean Charles Chapman) sets the stage for Tyrion’s (Peter Dinklage) trial where Oberyn sits in on as a judge. Pedro looking pretty impressive up there on that dias.