This post-apocalyptic thriller makes waiting for More The Last of Us less painful


A legendary story to watch.

At the time of writing, HBO’s most popular films are Batman, Black Adam and Elvis, but these titular heroes could soon be in danger of losing their top spots as a new tough guy is in town. acc Flix PatrolI Am Legend, starring Will Smith, has climbed six spots today and is already seventh on the most watched list.

I Am Legend is an adaptation of Richard Matheson’s 1954 book of the same name and tells the story of US Army virologist Robert Neville (Will Smith). Neville is the only man left in New York after a virus originally created to cure cancer turned humans into creepy nocturnal mutants.

It seems likely that The Last of Us’ HBO premiere sparked interest in the film, with viewers looking for other post-apocalyptic films while awaiting the next installment of the video game adaptation. If that’s the case, The Last of Us and by extension I Am Legend could have infected the whole world as Will Smith’s vehicle is one of the most watched in Brazil, Israel and Cambodia.

This post-apocalyptic film was a smashing box office success, becoming the seventh highest-grossing film of 2007 and grossing $585 million worldwide. It has a 68% rating from both critics and audiences Rotten tomatoespraising Will Smith’s achievement as a movie star while holding the film alone.

Directed by Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), the film stars Will Smith (Bad Boys for Life), Alive Braga (Elysium), Charlie Tahan (Ozark) and Salli Richardson-Whitfield (Eureka).

You can watch I Am Legend on HBO. This post-apocalyptic thriller makes waiting for More The Last of Us less painful

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