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GQ HYPE: The Boys Are Back


Written by admin on June 01 2022

gq.com – Of the many trenchant insights in The Boys— Amazon’s violent, brilliant superhero satire, which premieres its third season this week—my favorite is this: In the real world, the line between superheroism and celebrity would be indistinguishable.

None of the show’s many superheroes (who acquired their powers after being randomly injected with a scientifically-developed serum when they were babies) moonlights as a billionaire playboy, or churns out newspaper copy for the Daily Planet. In The Boys, working as a superhero isn’t about being a do-gooder. It’s about netting good coverage for the megacorporation that employs you, whose needs matter much more than, say, saving the world. In the end, super-strength or super-speed are no match for super-capitalism, which is why the show’s “supes,” as they’re known, are always surrounded by a small army of publicists ensuring they stay on message.

The parallels to real-life stardom are not lost on the show’s actual stars. “All these people that we worship, are they really happy? Are they secure? Do they really love each other as much as they do on red carpets?” says Laz Alonso, who plays Mother’s Milk, a member of the titular vigilante group that battles the supes.

No character embodies that tension more completely than Homelander, the superpowered sociopath who serves as the dark heart of The Boys. “Isolation is the natural byproduct of power,” says Antony Starr, the native New Zealander who’s riveting and terrifying in the role. Even Homelander’s fellow superheroes are afraid of him.

And they should be. Homelander is basically Superman, if he didn’t care about truth or justice. He does believe in the American Way, though not as the Man of Steel would define it: Homelander’s pettiness, cruelty, and all-encompassing narcissism makes him a quintessential Ugly American, spewing his insecurities across the globe. He never grows because he can’t. “He can literally fly away from his problems, or laser them away,” says Starr. “And it’s a complete curse, because ultimately [facing your problems] is what forges character.”

May 23rd – “The Boys” Season 3: Special Screening In Paris


Written by admin on May 24 2022

Chace and the cast attend the “The Boys – Season 3” special screening at Le Grand Rex in Paris, France. Over 70 pictures have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

March 27th : 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party


Written by admin on March 28 2022

Pictures of Chace attending the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones in Beverly Hills, California have been added to the gallery. Huge thank you to Emily from The Dynevor Diaries for providing pictures!

Chace Attends “The Boys Panel” at 2022 SXSW Conference and Festival


Written by admin on March 12 2022

Today on March 12, 2022, Chace and the cast of The Boys attended the “The Boys” are Back! Inside Prime Video’s Hit Series Panel during SXSW Conference and Festival. Pictures from both the arrivals and the panel have been added to the gallery. If you missed it, the first teaser trailer for season 3 of The Boys was released and can also be viewed below. Make sure you mark your calendars since the show comes back June 8, 2022.

Update: Pictures of Chace attending the Variety Studio at SXSW 2022 and  Prime Video SXSW 2022 have been added to the gallery. Also, a set of SXSW Portraits with EW & Amazon Prime have been added. Enjoy!

Gallery Update: LA Finale Premiere For Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy”


Written by admin on March 11 2022

On March 8th, Chace attended the Los Angeles Finale Premiere For Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy”. Check out the photos below!

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