HBO has reportedly earmarked “eight-figures” per episode of its The Last of Us TV show, which will be shooting for 12 months in Alberta, Canada.
Confirmation comes via an interview with IATSE 212 – a Canadian artists union – president, Damian Petti.
“The Last of Us which commences photography this week is indeed a monster,” Petti told CTV News. “It has five art directors and employs an army of hundreds of technicians. It has had six months of prep and shoots (in Alberta) for 12 months.”
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