‘The Last of Us’ is not the only movie with a robot in it
Last week, the news that Sony’s “The Last Of Us” is heading for the big screen was met with a massive wave of excitement, and now we’ve got the trailer for the movie as well.
In the trailer, a woman with a suit and tie is seen being dragged away by a pair of robotic arms.
It’s a bit jarring to see the suit-wearing character in the trailer with her suit still on, and the robots are clearly not looking at her.
The only person who looks up from their robotic monitors is a girl who appears to be in her mid-twenties.
The trailer begins with the character in her suit standing over a pile of corpses and then turning towards the camera, looking for a person.
The woman is carrying a tool belt which appears to have a pair the robotic arms are attached to.
The girl then looks back to the camera.
This is where things get tricky.
The trailer shows a person being dragged along by a robot arm that looks very much like the kind of robot that you would find in “The Avengers.”
The robotic arms appear to be the same size and shape as the suits, and they look very much similar to the robot arms that are used in “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “The Matrix” and “Battlestar Galactica.”
It’s possible that the robot arm is the same one that was used in the film, and that the trailer was filmed in New York City, where it will be used to bring a film to theaters in the United States.
However, there’s no way that the robotic arm that was in the “The Return of the Living Dead” trailer was the same robot arm used in this one.
The “The Riddler” and the “Divergent” trailers also feature robotic arms in their trailers, and both of them are humanoid robots with very different body types.
The “Last of Us” trailer is not as clear as the trailer from “The Walking Dead,” which shows a robot wearing a suit with a person in it, but there’s still a robot with a humanoid face.
The two trailers do share a few similarities.
They both feature a robotic arm holding a tool in the opening scene, and there’s a robotic face that is used in both trailers.
It seems unlikely that a humanoid robot is the “Last” in either trailer, and it’s hard to imagine the two trailers being a collaboration between two filmmakers.
This trailer also does not have a lot of footage in it.
While it does show a human being being being dragged into a pit, it doesn’t have any footage of the character being pulled or dragged into the pit.
The last trailer did feature a human character being dragged out of a pit by a giant robot.
The trailers from “Bend It Like Beckham” and Disney’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” are also shown, but the scenes in “Bending It Like” are much less dramatic and the scenes are set during the credits.
There’s still no word on when or where the movie will be released.