London, Jun 2 (EFE).- In a world that lauds superheroes, The Boys has come along to turn the myth on its head, changing the view of these immortal beings by portraying them as villains.
The Amazon Prime show returns to our screens with a third season that delves further into the relationships of its characters while upholding its central maxim: to kill superheroes.
Ahead of its launch, the series’ stars sat down with Efe at a London hotel to offer a glimpse of what is to come.
“Everything in season three has been dialed up,” Keith Urban, who plays Butcher, tells Efe.
“Most importantly what’s been dialed up is the heart and interaction between the characters. If you enjoy spending time with these characters, then you’re really going to love season three, because it is such a much more rich and rewarding experience.”
After the events of season two, New York appears to have entered a period of calm. But it does not take long for this illusion to come tumbling down.
“Season three finds everybody happy, except for Homelander and Butcher, they’re not very happy, they want to get the fight on. The continuity for Butcher is the fact that he is on the path for revenge, not justice,” he adds.
Timer Kapon, who plays Frenchie, agrees with Urban on the new season.
“They nailed it again, I don’t know how they do it,” he says, adding that he himself felt more and more identified with his character in the show.
Season three of The Boys launches on Amazon Prime on June 3 with the first three episodes available to watch followed by one episode launch each week.EFE