More boys news to come!
This week the first image from the third season of The Boys series, currently in development by Amazon Prime Video, was released. Now actor Karl Urban, who plays Billy Bruto on the hit Amazon series, has shared a new photo on his Instagram account, showing off his character’s look in the new season.
Previously, the actor spoke about what he knew about the show’s third season, claiming to have read about half of the scripts (via comic book). According to Urban, he had an idea of what was going to happen, but he knew nothing about the latter part of the season, which he had not discussed with showrunner Eric Kripke. For those who don’t remember, Billy Bruto will start leading The Boys as a group working directly for the CIA, at least initially.
You can check out Billy’s look below:
In the caption, the actor wrote:
Shooting of season 3 of @theboystv. It’s great to be back! A big thank you to everyone at @amazonprimevideo, @sptv, @theboystv production and our team who all work hard and take every precaution necessary to ensure our continued health and safety. Stay tuned.
We have some really cool stuff ready for you!
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The Boys has become one of Amazon Prime Video’s biggest hits, and fans have been waiting for the news of the third season for some time. It looks like they won’t have to wait much longer for more news, as Karl Urban’s photo caption suggests more are coming, possibly soon.
In addition to the new season, a spin-off of the series is in development. It was said that the derivative would be “an irreverent series, for adults that explores the lives of hormonal and competitive super-hormones as they put their physical, sexual and moral limits to the test, competing for the best contracts in the fields. best cities “. Kripke also confirmed that the new series has elements inspired by the original comics, specifically the G-Men, which is a form of X-Men in The Boys universe.
So what did you think of the look? Want to know more about the universe of The Boys? Be sure to comment!
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