Tess allegedly locked her infected son in a basement until he turned into a clicker in scrapped scenes from The Last of Us.
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The creators Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann revealed scary ideas for the second episode of The Last of Us. Speaking on the official podcast of HBO Maxexplained that the past of Tess (Anna Torv) would be detailed.
The discarded scenes, according to Neil, were idealized, but never filmed. Among them was the death of the character’s husband. mazin stated, “She had a husband and a son. They were infected and she needed to kill them. She killed her husband but couldn’t do the same to her son.”
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“She couldn’t kill him… So she locked him in the basement, where he still lives as a clicker,” he continued about the macabre idea for the past of Tess. Druckmann he pointed out that there would be a shot showing the basement door, from which the sounds of the clicker would come.
“Later, Tess would tell the story about how she failed to kill her son. It ended up not fitting, but it was fun to think about,” Druckmann reflected. The additional context would bring even more weight to the character’s death, in addition to explaining inclination to believe in Ellie and seeking a cure or vaccine for cordyceps infections.
episodes of The Last of Us are available weekly on HBO and HBO Max, on Sundays at 11 pm.
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