The Last Of Us' Bella Ramsey To Those Who Hated Episode 3: 'Get Used To It'

HBO’s The Last of Us star Bella Ramsey has spoken up concerning the criticism and hostility surrounding the collection’ “gay storylines,” saying those that do not watch are lacking out.

In a latest GQ Magazine interview, Ramsey mirrored on the aired episodes of the collection, referring to Episode 3, which featured Bill and Frank’s love story, saying that they had been, “on the verge of tears throughout it, and cried at the bit in the montage when they got married.” The actor additionally talked about the way forward for the collection and what enjoying an older Ellie, derived from The Last of Us Part 2, could be like, in addition to the potential of exploring the romantic relationship between Ellie and Dina.

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Ramsey went on to debate the hostility in direction of the queer tales within the show–as Episode 3 was review-bombed quickly after it aired regardless of important success–and was requested whether or not there was any apprehension with regards to Ellie’s future storyline from the second recreation, to which they stated, “I’m not particularly anxious about it.”

“I know people will think what they want to think. But they’re gonna have to get used to it. If you don’t want to watch the show because it has gay storylines, because it has a trans character, that’s on you, and you’re missing out.

“It isn’t gonna make me afraid,” Ramsey added. “I feel that comes from a spot of defiance.”

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