The Boys' crew member teases a truly horrific scene coming in season 4
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VFX supervisor Stephan Fleet has just teased a truly shocking scene for The Boys season four.
Apparently, a lot more, according to Fleet.
The VFX supervisor, who is currently working on season four, took to Twitter on September 1: "My eyes can't unsee what I just saw right now."
My eyes can't unsee what I just saw right now.— Stephan Fleet (@stephanfleet) August 31, 2022
This has definitely piqued our curiosity, to say the least.
Many fans were intrigued as one person wrote: “Even more shocking than S3E1 opening?”
Another said: "The new Noir is gonna be eating kids, isn't he?"
A third person commented: "Hope it’s not another Herogasm where I feel completely neutral the entire time."
While another wrote: "If something you saw can’t be unseen I am legit scared. You have seen it all and then some."
As we know very well, supes are notorious for behaving badly.
From the first episode, A-Train literally runs through a woman, instantly killing her; but somehow, the show manages to keep outdoing itself.
And as the third season wrapped with Starlight abruptly exiting The Seven, Vought International’s Twitter account also recently posted a photo revealing the superhero was removed from the Vought Tower mural.
At Vought, we believe in providing a safe and welcoming work environment for employees. That’s why we’ve removed Starlight from the famous mural at Vought Tower at a somewhat minimal cost to shareholders. Now important business can resume without a traitor looking on! pic.twitter.com/0pDusP1dpD— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) August 31, 2022
They wrote: “At Vought, we believe in providing a safe and welcoming work environment for employees.
"That’s why we’ve removed Starlight from the famous mural at Vought Tower at a somewhat minimal cost to shareholders. Now important business can resume without a traitor looking on!"
This gives us similar vibes to season two, where Annie/Starlight was labelled a criminal and publicly denounced by Vought after she and The Boys stole a sample of Compound V, proving that supes are made, not born with powers.
As she’s already come head to head with the hugely corrupt multi-billion dollar company, we can’t wait to see how this will escalate in season four.
Aside from Starlight's absence from The Seven, it has been revealed The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan is also set to join the cast.
And if his character is even half as chilling as Negan from the post-apocalyptic horror TV show, we’re in for a wild ride, folks.