To celebrate the season 3 debut announcement of ‘The Boys‘, Jensen Ackles (‘Supernatural’) posted on his Instagram profile an unpublished image featuring the Soldier Boy.
In the publication, the character appears with his shield in the middle of a completely destroyed scenery.
Check it out, along with the new teaser, and follow the CinePOP no YouTube:
“Soldier Boy is coming up for Season 3 of ‘The Boys‘, in June 3rd.”
In addition, the first official image of the actress was released Laurie Holden (‘The Walking Dead’) characterized as the villainous Scarlet Countess:
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Previously, Antony Starr told the TVLine that the new season will be the best of the series, in addition to stating that viewers will “flip out” when they watch it.
“The third season will be one of the best seasons I’ve ever been lucky enough to be part of. I had a lot of fun in season two, and I thought it was really cool that they raised the bar compared to season one. And season three is an extension of that.”
It completes, “This is my favorite season for reasons I can’t say. I’m always curious to see what the writers are up to us, so it’s a great feeling to see that I keep being blown away by the script. All I can say is that fans are going to freak out about season three.”
Remember that the new cycle will introduce Jensen Ackles (Soldier Boy), Laurie Holden (Countess Crimson), Sean Patrick Flanery (Supersonic), Nick Wechsler (Blue Hawk) e Miles Gaston Villanueva (Gunpowder).
Check out our Season 2 review:
Review | The Boys – Season 2: Even more sadistic, violent and offensive
Created by Evan Goldberg, Eric Kripke e Seth Rogen, the series is based on the eponymous comic book released in 2006.
The plot takes place in a world where superheroes have embraced the dark side of their fame, and will focus on a group of vigilantes known as “The Boys”, who are sent to defeat corrupt superheroes with nothing more than courage and willingness to fight dirty.
The cast includes Karl Urban, Jack Qaudi, Karen Fukuhara, Erin Moriarty, Antony Starr, Dominique McElligott, Chace Crawford, Jessie T. Usher e Nathan Mitchell.