Author: Puneet Saxena

Puneet Saxena is an Entertainment Writer and Editor at The Carouser Magazine covering topics related to Celebrities and Entertainment Industry. Puneet is a Sports Enthusiast and loves to play cricket and work out in the gym. Puneet is also an Avid Moviegoer and loves spending time watching TV Series. Some of his favorite TV Series are “Game of Thrones,” “Stranger Things,” “The Simpsons,” “Sherlock,” and “Breaking Bad.” He is a graduate of Delhi University and enjoys writing everything related to Celebrities.

Even though HBO’s version of The Last of Us is just getting started, fans are already excited about where the video game series could go after The Last of Us Part 2 comes out in 2018. Neil Druckmann, the creative director of the game series and co-creator of the HBO show, talked to the press about Part 3 and how it might not happen at all. Druckmann Told Buzzfeed that Naughty Dog hasn’t decided what’s next for the mainline The Last of Us series yet and that the company doesn’t feel pressured to decide either. Druckmann said, “We’re very lucky…

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Warning: Spoilers Ahead! The Last of Us, an HBO show, is based on a Popular Video Game with the same name. People who have played the game have an idea of what will happen next, but people who haven’t played the game will have to make their own guesses. In the newest hit series, Joel and Ellie try to survive in a world overrun by zombie-like people who have been turned into zombies by a global pandemic. Even though there have only been two episodes so far, the show is off to a great start. Some people have said in…

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It took more than two years for Netflix to release season 2 of Black Summer, and we still don’t know what will happen with season 3 of the Z Nation prequel. We’d like to see a third season of Black Summer on Netflix, but there isn’t much news and the ratings aren’t good, so it’s likely that there won’t be one. Karl Schaefer and John Hyams made the horror show Black Summer for Netflix. It is the prequel to the amazing and crazy zombie show Z-Nation. Black Summer got a lot better in its second season than it did in…

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We’ve only seen two episodes of HBO’s version of The Last of Us so far, but as the season goes on, it will become clear that the show has less action than the video game. Several things make sense about this. The big one is that video games make you move around. Players make the action happen, and they’d much rather fight a zombie than walk down a street. On the other hand, watching TV is a passive experience because viewers let the story unfold as they watch. In this case, the characters and the story become more important. There’s…

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The Last of Us is the latest video game to be turned into a TV show, in case you didn’t already know. The only thing that’s strange? It stays pretty close to the original story. But even though most of it is the same—we’re talking frame by frame—there are still some differences because the story has moved to a new medium and become its own thing. Fans of the game might be surprised by some of the changes. Some things might not seem that important at all. No matter how much you know about The Last of Us or how…

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WARNING: Spoilers Ahead! Naughty Dog’s magnum opus The Last of Us has been one of the most anticipated shows of the year, and the first two episodes have not disappointed me. The second episode of The Last of Us lived up to fans’ hopes, just like the first episode. The creators of the live-action HBO Show were able to capture the mood of the 2013 game of the year. But apart from all the things that make the live-action version work, Tess’s death in the most recent episode has set the internet on fire. Fans Are Disgusted At Tess’s Horrific…

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The Last of Us on HBO is still a very accurate adaptation of The Last of Us Part I, and it’s a great show for both old and new fans. Last week, in Episode 1, we talked about some of our favourite Easter eggs. We’ll look at the Easter eggs in Episode 2 and point out some fun details you might have missed. Let’s jump in and talk about “Infected,” the second episode of The Last of Us. Word For Word, Bar For Bar This episode of The Last of Us was directed by co-creator Neil Druckmann, so there will…

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WARNING: Spoilers Ahead! This article is for people who have seen The Last of Us’s first two episodes. Please don’t read it if you haven’t already. And please don’t talk about the games, so we can enjoy the TV show… “Cordyceps Can’t Survive in Humans.” After what happened last week in Texas before the virus and in Boston 20 years later, we’re now in Indonesia in 2003 at the beginning of the outbreak. A mycologist from the University of Indonesia named Prof. Ibu Ratna (Christine Hakim) was picked up by the military while she was eating lunch and taken to…

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Netflix has confirmed that there will be a second season of The Empress, but we still don’t know when it will come out. The popular series took us back to 1854 when a rebellious princess married Emperor Franz Joseph and became Empress of Austria. At the Viennese court, she became involved in politics. The ups and downs (mostly downs) of the young “Sisi” (or “Sissi,” depending on who you ask life)’s in the heart of the Habsburg empire has been a popular topic in Austrian and German history for a long time. What do you know? It has been a…

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WARNING: Spoilers Ahead! The Last of Us: Episode 2 begins with another chilly open that demonstrates Neil Druckmann’s determination to expand this universe beyond the scope of his initial game. Even though it’s not necessary for Joel and Ellie’s journey, it has interesting information that helps explain how the fungus works to newcomers and gives interesting new context to people who already know about it. When we are thrown back in time to Jarkarta in 2003, we see the start of the pandemic that will soon spread around the world. This is a very scary scene in which Professor Ratna…

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