Although we had only see the first three episodes of the new season at the time (we’ve since watched the entire season), Starr alluded to a particularly confronting scene, which was still unlike anything we had seen before. He wasn't parented so he doesn't know how to parent, and that means that Ryan has to sort of shape up and be the golden boy or face the wrath of the worst parent on the planet. At the start of the season, he feels pretty good about where he’s at and what he’s done in Season 1, and then very swiftly, he has all of that terra firma removed and is basically struggling to find solid ground and reassert himself… which was a lot of fun to fiddle with and discover. And on top of that, we’ve got….I loathe saying this, because I sound like every cliché bloody actor that speaks in an interview, everyone’s always banging on about how great the actors are with whom they work and everyone’s great and this and that. And then of course Elisabeth Shue in Season 1, she’s such a sweetheart and there’s no pretension about anyone that is coming in. We've already seen Homelander really pushing out into the world and trying to take control, and I think what was really interesting in season two is you see the control taken away. How will the sense of megalomania kind of grow through the season? By Joe Deckelmeier Aug 18, 2020. Starr’s magnetism in his role cannot be denied, even if it’s slightly guilt-inducing to watch him botch a transatlantic plane rescue before casually dooming all passengers to death to save his own reputation, moments after dazzling them with a smile. And so I think that on a global level on the show, all the characters are really struggling with loss and being forced into situations in which they really are being challenged and tested. Antony Starr: Yeah, I mean, Homelander has always wanted more right from episode 2 of season one, when he asked Stillwell that he wanted more responsibility within the show. There’s always a few bad eggs, but I can quite genuinely say that this is a pretty incredible group of people with whom to be involved. Antony Starr Interview… But to his credit, he’s really put together a team of people where there are no assholes, which is amazing. Ohhhhhh, you’re basically saying, which show don’t I like?


I thought it was fascinating and I think that the darker it gets, the weirder it gets, the more I am interested. her love of books, snacks, and cats makes her a Ravenclaw with Hufflepuff leanings. I think the damage is done! But honestly, it’s just one of those things where everyone’s got a dark side, and we live in a world of duality, and everything contains its opposite, so I think you have to be in touch [with it] if you’re in a creative workplace, the darker parts of yourself as well as the lighter parts because otherwise, it’s gonna be a little saccharine and not honest and probably a bit one-dimensional, so I think there’s that. Eric (Kripke) said very early on that one of the rules of the universe of the show is that if someone does something morally bankrupt, then they would eventually pay for it, that their day in court will come, their reckoning will come.
We had a ball together. It’s gotta be bizarre to promote Season 2 through computer screens and phones after last year’s events and junkets before launch. AS: Well, we’re really, really lucky that not only in terms of the tone and material, we have the scope, the room, to go to those places without it seeming…it is over the top, but the universe of the show is over the top: superheroes and spandex and capes and flying and lasers and all that. AS: Karl and I know each other from New Zealand. How much fun was it to come in and bust their chops? AS: Well I’ve already told you about the sequence in episode four, but I’ll go back in time because now I can actually talk about something. Tags: amazon studios antony starr aya cash interview The Boys. I love doing scenes with him. You talked about how much fear Homelander instills in people.

But he came overseas…he’s a little older than me, not much but a little. We didn’t finish until I think about 6 a.m. on a Saturday morning and it was brutal to shoot, but it’s one of the most fun scenes because you don’t know where it is going and Stillwell gets lasered. This really does give us a lot more rope with which to hang ourselves. Facebook. And then it's about him trying to regain some sense of equilibrium and composure. Written by Britt. And I think we pulled it off, and it actually got bigger as well, which is no mean feat. Interview: The War with Grandpa’s Tim Hill, Interview: Alone’s Tyler Posey and Summer Spiro, Exclusive: Trailer and poster reveal for Easy Land, Interview: The Other Lamb’s Raffey Cassidy and Michiel Huisman, Interview: Star Trek: Discovery’s David Ajala, Interview: Filthy Rich’s Benjamin Levy Aguilar, Interview: Star Trek: Discovery’s Sonequa Martin-Green, Interview: The Haunting of Bly Manor’s Victoria Pedretti, Interview: The Haunting of Bly Manor’s Amelia Eve, Interview: The Boys in the Band’s Matt Bomer, Interview: Michael Imperioli on The Nicotine Chronicles, Interview with author and Star Wars star Anthony Daniels, Interview with Fight Choreographer Brynn Knickle, The Joe Carter Classic Summit Suite Event Recap. He believes that he should be treated like a God because he believes that he is a God. How do you get into the mindset of playing such a reprehensible sadist? Win a Paramount Pictures Halloween Blu-ray prize pack! Our heroes are pretty morally bankrupt, so I think people like that. More: Karen Fukuhara and Tomer Capon Interview for The Boys Season 2.