Amazon Prime Video Original Series The Boys debut is only a few days away. This past week at San Diego Comic-Con they had a big presence as they were one of three series that Amazon Prime Video brought to showcase in their activation area outside of the convention center. Along with a huge wall mural in the Gaslamp District. Yesterday they released their final trailer that you check out above!
Their first trailer focused more on the characters that we are going to meet in the series as well as it’s violent and gory action. This trailer opens up with the Karl Urban’s character, Butcher, narrating how superheroes are perceived by the public. Due to this status that they have built up, these “Supes” as they are called in the series seem to be able to get away with anything, as you can see with Hughie’s character, played by Jack Quaid. Now, The Boys have come back together and try to take down these icons and bring some street justice. But it’s like the last line of the trailer says, “We’re superheroes… who are you?”
This Amazon Prime Video Original series is based on the New York Times best selling comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. It was developed by showrunner Eric Kripke, who along with being a writer on the series also served as an executive producer and directed the season finale. Also serving as an executive producers on this series is Point Grey Pictures’ Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and James Weaver. Original Film’s Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty and Ori Marmur along with Ken Levin and Jason Netter. Ennis and Robertson also serving as co-executive producers.
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Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys debuts in over 200 territories and countries July 26th, exclusively on their streaming service.
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