Inez Curro is the perfect casting option for Ellie in The Last of Us movie

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We fell in love with her as Ivy Green in the Stan original series The Commons, but this rising Australian star might have a career as a Hollywood A-lister and is perfect for the role of Ellie.

One of the best thing about the Stan Original series The Commons is young and upcoming starlet, Inez Curro. Not only is the young star a very talented actress, but super creative song writer with an amazing voice…and she reminds me a lot of Ellie from The Last of Us.

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When Inez Curro is not winning over hearts as Ivy Green in the Stan Original series The Commons she is just doing ordinary teen things like hanging with friends, posting on social media, and sometime’s even playing a tune or two on her acoustic guitar.

Although she has been busy filming and promoting her new show, Inez posted several videos of herself performing some songs onto her Instagram account. One of the songs is a cover of Home by Phil Philips.

After watching the video I was dead-set convinced that Inez Curro would be the perfect casting option for Ellie in the upcoming The Last of Us movie.

Inez Curro plays Billie Ellish on guitar in a bathtub

Even her role as Ivy Green in the Stan Original series The Commons reminded me of Ellie. She’s a cynical, yet cheeky, teenager girl living in a dystopian — somewhat post apocalyptic — world… much like Ellie.

Inez Curro, The Commons, The Last of Us
Inez Curro acts, sings and plays guitar.

We already put together a list of the best prospects for the the roles of Joel and Ellie in The Last of Us movie, but after seeing Aussie actress Inez Curro as Ivy Green in the Stan Original series The Commons, I’m now 100% sold and believe she should be on top of that list.

If you are not convinced yet go and watch her performance in The Commons on Stan, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial and binge watch the entire series.

What are your thoughts? Think she fits the role of Ellie in The Last of Us movie or do you have someone else in mind? Let us know in the comments below.

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