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After two different consecutive casting bulletins, Max and Naughty Canine have revealed that Isabela Merced will play Ellie’s girlfriend Dina in The Final of Us’ second season, which is ready to premiere on the streaming service in 2025. Sorry to anybody who wished it to be that lady we noticed gazing Ellie in that one scene in season one.
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Like Abby and Jesse earlier than, the announcement rolled out first on Max’s social channels confirming Merced is becoming a member of the solid on January 11, adopted by a second put up from The Final of Us developer Naughty Canine stating that she’s enjoying Dina.
A few of Merced’s notable appearing credit embrace enjoying Dora within the live-action Dora the Explorer movie Dora and the Misplaced Metropolis of Gold, and Izabella in Transformers: The Final Knight. Later this yr, she’ll seem in Madame Net as Anya Corazon, and subsequent yr she’ll play Hawkgirl in Superman: Legacy. She’s not too long ago accomplished plenty of franchise work—so she’ll be considerably comfy on the planet of TLOU.
Through the first season, followers thought Dina had already made an look within the present after a younger lady who form of regarded like her was proven gazing Ellie when she and Joel first arrived within the Jackson group. Whether or not it was meant to be her or not, the actor within the scene, Paolina van Kleef, will not be enjoying Dina in season two.
In the event you’ve by no means performed the video games, Dina is well one of many standout characters in The Final of Us Half II. She’s Ellie’s girlfriend, one of the crucial dependable sources of comedian reduction, and embodies a few of the sport’s bigger themes within the eleventh hour. There are nonetheless plenty of characters in The Final of Us Half II who’ve but to have actors confirmed for the difference—however all we actually need is for Max to announce that sport actor Ian Alexander will step into the function of Lev once more, this time for the TV sequence. Thanks.