Homelander/Soldier Boy Meets "Doesn't Go Well" For Who?

Homelander/Soldier Boy Meets "Doesn't Go Well" For Who?

Look, if we''re being honest? When it comes to Amazon & Showrunner Eric Kripke''s third season of, all of the attention right now is laser-focused on this week''s infamous episode, "Herogasm," (more on that here). However, this week''s episode, "Herogasm," is the inevitable confrontation between Jensen Ackles'' Soldier Boy and Antony Starr''s two supes "rockstars," according to Kripke and

"It''s definitely a real problem when two great whites are swimming in a very small sea together. It''s so much fun just playing around with that," Starr said. "His alpha instincts and Homelander''s alpha instincts definitely lead to some fireworks."

"This show''s "Primal" Nature" demonstrates how primal it is in one way. Everyone''s attempting to climb the ladder at the next level, but everybody''s trying to be ascendant. It''s very animalistic in that sense. Soldier Boy is also an apex predator."

"It Doesn''t Look Good," Kripke said of the Homelander/Soldier Boy meeting. "For Who?"[Soldier Boy & Homelander meeting], "It doesn''t go well." "It''s only fame and celebrity, man." "It''s just fame and celebrity, man. Soldier Boy was Homelander before Homelander. He was the most powerful superhero in the world but eventually fades into obscurity."

Okay, a quick thought. Just because Kripke says that Homelander and Soldier Boy''s meeting "doesn''t go well" does not mean that either of them gets bad news. What if there''s a twist that sees things becoming even worse for our "heroes"? Stay tuned! "Doesn''t go well," says a researcher.

WARNING: This Episode Discusses a Massive Supe Orgy, Airborne Penetration, Dildo-Based Maiming, Extra Strength Lube, Icicle Phalluses, and Cursing. It Isn''t Suitable for Any Audience

Okay, now that Amazon''s S03E06 "Herogasm" (or, at least, what they might show) has received an official warning from the show out of the way.

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Kripke and Jack Quaid (Hughie) discuss how close the episode matches the comics, how intense the filming was on everyone on the set, and the one "Herogasm" moment that couldn''t be cut.

While Kripke is a fan of the Homelander/Soldier Boy Sex Scene in the Comics, it won''t work Here: "I love that scene and it''s hilarious, but for a dozen reasons, all of which will be revealed when you see the season, it ultimately didn''t track. "We talked about it. It conflicted with a number of other things we were trying to build with Soldier Boy, but that one had to go. "I would like to see Soldier Boy and Homelander

"It''s amazing how a person interacts with" Quaid believes "Herogasm" is true to comics, and Goes Places "You Wouldn''t Necessarily Expect It to Go": "I read all of comic books when I was cast as Hughie, and "Herogasm" was one of those topics where I was like, "Oh, we need to do this or some version of this," according to Quaid. I think it''s a great thing

"I''ve got to hear of Paul [EP Paul Grellong] saying at one point, "What''s it like being there?" And he''s like, "Day 1, it''s really novel and you''re surrounded by all these amazing naked people." By day 2, they''re all naked mole rats and you just want to go outside. "That makes sense."

Vernon Sanders, the head of global television at Amazon Studios, discussed how things are going with the universe expanding:

Are there any chances of seeing "The Boys: Diabolical" Season 2 released? "We thought it was a two-fold opportunity with "Diabolical." One was to get ''The Boys'' fans excited about it and get it out early. However, we also wanted to see if there was another bite of the apple once the mothership show returned, and we''ve certainly had conversations with the producers.

"We are delighted, the dailies look amazing, we are excited about the cast that we have. It absolutely has "The Boys," but it''s quite different in its own way. It''s certainly been a long journey. But when Eric Kripke came to us to discuss the spinoff, we found out that he wanted it two years earlier than he agreed to. "We were thrilled that he got the show back.

More Spinoffs? "There''s more ideas beyond the shows we have. We want to follow ourselves, for the time being, but we are also focused on this next show and making sure that it matches the needs of the audience. So far, we''ve reached the milestone.

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