Pedro Pascal has been branded a “hot babysitter” over The Last of Us and Mandalorian Roles

Pedro Pascal’s star is on the rise. The actor currently plays Joel in the HBO adaptation of the critically acclaimed video game series The last of usand can also be seen reprising the title role in the newly released trailer for The Mandalorian Season 3. It’s fair to say that he’s been impressing fans with his work, to the point where he’s even been dubbed a “hot babysitter” thanks to his character’s travels with Ellie and Grogu, respectively.

Fans are reacting to Pedro Pascal’s takeover with TV series The Last of Us and The Mandalorian season 3 trailer.

Much of the reaction to Pascal’s most recent roles has noted that he has a knack for picking up roles where he becomes a protective character over a vulnerable character. This has led to the actor being praised by a certain Twitter user for “succeeding in his hot babysitting era.”

Twitter has been inundated with positive reactions to Pascal, both for his new role in The Last of Us and his ongoing role in the Star Wars series The Mandalorian. Fans are excited to get the chance to see the actor in action over the next few months, with one in particular saying the star will have audiences in a ‘stranglehold’.

While some eyebrows were raised when the first casting announcement for The Last of Us was released, it’s clear those in charge made the right decision. The HBO series has received critical acclaim since its release, earning a near-perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes and a rare 10/10 in our own review of the season’s opening episode.

The Last of Us continues on Sundays on HBO and is available to stream on HBO Max. Season 3 of The Mandalorian premieres March 1, 2023 and will stream exclusively on Disney Plus. Pedro Pascal has been branded a “hot babysitter” over The Last of Us and Mandalorian Roles

Emma Bowman

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