Anthony Starr irritates the fate of Homelander in The Boys Season 3, revealing that his character will be released “from the leash” in his pursuit of revenge. Speaking to Collider, Starr kept details about his character’s future under his cloak. In fact, he irritates just a few words from show creator Eric Kripke about the plot line of Homelander in the third season. “There are two words Eric said to me about Season 3,” Starr admitted. “His description of Season 3 of Homelander was ‘Two words, murder maniac.’ That’s all I know. “
Towards the end of season 2, the narcissistic leader of the Seven found himself in a particularly bad place. Although he was clearly losing control of reality, he was desperately trying to regain control of the unraveling situation. In a scene that was originally cut from the first season, he repeatedly chanted the phrase “I can do whatever I want!”
; which seems to be his prospect next season.
“I’m actually looking forward to seeing Homelander from the leash,” Starr said. “It’s going to be really fun, just to see him get revenge and get revenge exactly. If you look at the end of season 2, some people should be more scared than others, for sure. William Butcher should always have an alarm ringing his head, and I think that some other people have put themselves firmly on the line of fire for season 3 “.
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For more information on what’s expected for the Boys next season, read our review of the season 2 finale, then check out our interview with Eric Kripke for the end, which includes a review of how Jenson Eccles’ Boy Boy “Will fit into the plot of Season 3. Also, check out our review of all the biggest news and trailers from New York Comic Con 2020.
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