She played Lyanna Mormont in some show called Game of Thrones.
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Game of Thrones fans may be happy to hear that one of the show's stars, Bella Ramsey, will soon be in another major show. That show is none other than the TV adaptation of The Last of Us for HBO. She will play as Ellie, a 14-year old orphan who just happens to hold the key to humanity's survival in a post-apocalyptic world.

Look, if you played the game you know what the deal is with the TV show already. If not, I'll include the Hollywood Reporter's synopsis of the show premise below.

The new report comes from the Hollywood Reporter. In this same report, they do shoot down another rumor that surfaced today. That rumor suggested that True Detective star Mahershala Ali was under consideration for the role of Joel in the HBO adaptation of The Last of Us. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he was being considered but a "deal never came to fruition."

The Last of Us TV show is being co-produced between PlayStation Productions, Word Games, The Mighty Mint, and Naughty Dog, along with HBO. Craig Mazin, who created HBO's hit series Chernobyl, is writing the script and executive producing The Last of Us alongside Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann. An HBO show based off of the popular series was given the greenlight back in March 2020.

The story set 20 years after modern civilization has been destroyed and centers on the relationship between Joel, a smuggler in this new world, and Ellie, a teenager who may be key to a cure for a deadly pandemic. Joel, a hardened survivor, is hired to smuggle the 14-year-old girl out of an oppressive quarantine zone. What starts as a small job soon becomes a brutal, heartbreaking journey as they traverse the U.S. and depend on each other for survival.

Ramsey will play Ellie, a 14-year-old orphan who has never known anything but a ravaged planet who struggles to balance her instinct for anger and defiance with her need for connection and belonging … as well as the newfound reality that she may be the key to saving the world.