Watch Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey crack up in ‘The Last of Us’ blooper


Need an antidote to that lingering The Last of Us heartbreak?

Well, splendid news — Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey have shared some behind-the-scenes shots and a blooper from the finale of the HBO series, and they’re every bit as fun and adorable as you’d hope.


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Ramsey, who plays Ellie (and is ever a good source of behind-the-scenes content from the show, shared a handful of photos on Twitter, including one particularly sassy number.

Pascal, meanwhile, who plays Joel, shared some of the same images in an Instagram post(Opens in a new tab) — but also included a blooper from the very last scene.

The moment takes place during that speech Joel gives Ellie about the importance of going on (the one that precedes her questioning the truth of his story about what happened with the the Fireflies in Salt Lake City). It’s not completely clear what happens, but Pascal seems to stumble over his lines slightly, and the pair go from serious to cracking up laughing in a matter of seconds.

It’s a lovely moment that also proves two things we already knew: 1) They’re both awesome actors, and 2) they get on like a house on fire.

The Last of Us is now streaming on HBO Max.(opens in a new tab)

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