The Boys may have concluded its third season earlier this summer, but the stars are already getting back to work.
Production has already begun as cast members Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Chace Crawford, Karen Fukuhara, and showrunner Eric Kripke teased their return to Toronto, where the series films, on social media. Chronicling their airport experiences, airplane journeys, and reunions in Toronto, there’s plenty of excitement to go around.
While he might be terrifying as the unpredictable and untethered Homelander in the explicit superhero satire, Antony Starr couldn’t appear more joyful about his return to the role alongside costar Chace Crawford who memorably portrays aquatic-based Supe The Deep. “Travel time… Wonder what that means…,” Starr wrote alongside images posted to Instagram of himself and Crawford as they journeyed to Toronto.
— Antony Starr (@antonystarr) August 9, 2022
Once there, the stars posed for a black-and-white selfie together. “Back in Toronto with the deep @chacecrawford,” Starr captioned the image shared on his Twitter profile.
— Jack Quaid (@JackQuaid92) August 13, 2022
— Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) August 13, 2022
Jack Quaid also teased his travels to Toronto with an airplane selfie featuring Hughie and The Boys’ signature bird. “🖕🏻Ah s**t, here we go again. #Season4 #TheBoys @TheBoysTV,” Quaid captioned the Twitter pic. Likewise, Kripke previewed his journey with an airport selfie featuring Toronto as his destination. The showrunner simply wrote Billy Butcher’s (Urban) frequently uttered, “Oi,” alongside the image.
Karen Fukuhara who plays Kimiko in the series also teased her return with a selfie from the airplane she was taking to Toronto. Taking a cue from her character, Fukuhara didn’t caption the image with words, but rather with a thought bubble emoji.
One of the most recent teases comes from Quaid and Urban who both posted the same black-and-white photo on their Instagram accounts. With an arm slung around each other’s backs, the costars share a drink and toast to the impending season. “It begins,” Quaid teased alongside the image in his post. Meanwhile, Urban captioned the photo, “Start as you mean to go on! Season 4. Let’s go !!! @theboystv.”
Since arriving in Canada, showrunner Kripke is giving fans a peek at the Season 4 premiere script, teasing, “Day One.” According to Kripke’s photo, the premiere episode is titled, “Department of Dirty Tricks,” and is written by executive producer David Reed. Meanwhile, executive producer Phil Sgriccia is set to direct.
— Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) August 22, 2022
Along with Kripke, Quaid celebrated the first day of filming on August 22 by tweeting, “Today we start work on season 4. This photo is from the first day The Boys were all on set as a team during season 1. I feel so lucky and grateful that I get to start this journey all over again with my @TheBoysTV family. Let’s do this!!!!”
🖕🏻Today we start work on season 4. This photo is from the first day The Boys were all on set as a team during season 1. I feel so lucky and grateful that I get to start this journey all over again with my @TheBoysTV family. Let’s do this!!!! #TheBoys #Season4
— Jack Quaid (@JackQuaid92) August 22, 2022
Similar to Quaid, some of his costars shared in their excitement over the beginning of filming, see their social posts, below, and stay tuned for more updates on The Boys Season 4.
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