Earlier today, Amazon & EP & Showrunner Eric Kripkeof boys They had a great time promoting the third season of the streaming series.In this case, it’s the release of the “official trailer” for the Walter International film blockbuster Seven Dawn. And what makes this drop especially important is that it gave director Adam Bourke’s (PJ Byrne) after a very enthusiastic but not **sacred #ReleaseTheBourkeCut campaign, lowering the level of appreciation it deserves.Well, the imaginary director seems to have a friend Zack Snyder, he tweeted his support. Now, we think Snyder may be suggesting that Warner Bros. Discovery’s HBO Max equivalent is Watt, but wouldn’t that make Snyder Burke?as ugly as the universe boys Yes, see tons of “Snyderbronies” throughout their #ReleaseThe SnyderCut for Justice League? I take Burke’s fans without even meeting them. Don’t forget something very important. While Burke may have gotten a cut of the film, Snyder made HBO Max pay more cash so he could turn his vision into a limited series.
Now take a look at Snyder’s tweet shortly after the trailer, hoping to make a joke by congratulating Burke on seeing his “vision come true”:
Here’s Burke’s “big win” thanks to all his fans:
Here’s a look back at the “official trailer” Seven Dawn Posted earlier today:
Now take a look back at the official Amazon Boys Season 3 trailer arriving on June 3rd (followed by our breakdown and observations):
Audiences watched the official trailer on Monday as the third season hits theaters on June 3. After showing around 23 times, here’s a breakdown of what the trailer has to offer and what that means for future seasons. And make sure to let us know how good we are in the comments section…
Well, it looks like we’re looking at Cameron Coleman’s (Matthew Edison) as Homelander’s new show (Anthony Starr) on a PR journey to restore his image.But as we’ll soon see (and Erin MoriartyStarlight so succinctly), “There’s something wrong with Homelander. Something’s broken. He’s fucking crazy.” That’s not surprising given how late last season was and how he had to be restrained. Though if we need a reminder, we get to the disturbing milking scene, with Homelander gently stroking the bloodstain he’s lying next to. Then we got Homelander’s increasingly insane montage as a compliment to the…
…Butcher(Karl Urban), he woke up from a feverish dream to the sound of a teapot. We got the synopsis from Grace (Laila Robbins) on how Butcher got it straight: don’t kill the super (though we see him wrecking Sean Patrick Flannerythe gunpowder is really bad), don’t drink,” even following Hugh Campbell’s [Jack Quid] Order without killing him. “Although Grace thinks these are signs that Butcher may not be “such a jerk.” “Visually, our biggest takeaway is seeing Hughie’s confidence and seeing how strange the power dynamic between the two shifts is, so dramatic. At least for now…
Now, this is where we start to get some quick scenes from other storylines, including breast milk (Raz Alonso) finally got the family life he longed for. But how will he deal with the fact that his job is to “discipline” the Superman that his daughter worships?
From there, we see black black (Nathan Mitchell) to sharpen his tools and Queen Maeve (Dominic McElligott) witness the disturbingly rough exchange between Homelander and the A-Train (Jesse T. Arthur). But this is an exchange between Stan Edgar, head of Water (Giancarlo Esposito) and Starlight are fascinating because it gives us the vibe that Edgar is already looking into the future… Starlight as the new leader of the Seven? I always thought Vought had some sort of genetic “kill switch” that could flip on the Homelander if needed…
Ashley (Colby Mini) ALERT! If you’re wondering if her life will be less stressful this season, look no further than the moment Homelander decides to drop someone from the sky to a bloody death before her next public appearance. He cheers for it too! Yes, Ashley’s face represents all of us.
oh oh!The thing happened, “gloves off” because Hughie saw something that made him realize the government line wasn’t going to work and they were going to have to go “old school” on some supes (we started from Karen Fukuhara in her reaction to the trailer Vanity Fair That guy was killed by a super-themed dildo).
Ouch.It was a nasty eye contact Claudia DummettThe (literally) exciting congresswoman Victoria “Vic” Newman and Starlight. But then we learned that there might be another way to “get Homelander’s mind open” without Neuman’s special “talent”… Jason Akers‘ Soldier Boy (he obviously has some anger issues of his own).
From there, we see Butcher shoot some Compound V to give him the momentum he needs to handle the Homelander. We also see a thawed (now escaped) soldier boy getting lost, confused and running before he (apparently) wreaks havoc on a building from his power surge.
Once again, Mother’s Milk needs to be the voice of reason, reminding Butcher that taking a compound V goes against everything they’ve been fighting for. But after a scene that showed him looking very happy with his new ability, Butcher thinks he needs it to level the playing field.
From there, we got some quick cuts to guns and violence (bonus points Laurie HoldenCrimson Countess of her powers on a terrifying display) before Homelander again mentioned showing his “true” self to the world (as he has done before), before offering his own public vote: “I Means, they fucking love me.” From there, we got more action and violent clips, and we just said we weren’t huge fans of that location Tomer CaponeSerge aka Frenchie of Fukuhara has found himself (though Kimiko’s dance music by Fukuhara looks great). Mom’s milk broke the bat without the butcher holding back? Ouch.
Then we cut the credits…but wait! We have a final scene where the butcher and crew watch an unthawed soldier boy stumble out of his low temperature room. It looks like he has a ton of pent-up power that he needs to burn off quickly (do we recall the destroyed building earlier). As for Soldier Boy’s “weapon” to take Homelander? We can’t help but feel that this plan won’t work, and that SB and Homelander will have a lot more in common than they realize.