The Boys: Varsity, a spin-off from the hit Prime Video series, will feature some familiar faces as the X-Men become their latest parody. Here’s what we know about the cast so far.
*WARNING: The Boys Season 3 spoilers ahead*
After the jaw-dropping Season 3 finale, we’re desperate for answers. What will happen to Homelander now? Will season 4 be Billy Butcher’s last hurray? Unfortunately, there won’t be any answers until next summer, as Season 4 is confirmed to premiere in June 2022.
The good news is that a spin-off titled Varsity has been announced. The original actors won’t be starring in it, so Amazon has recruited a new cast of actors to be their next superheroes. Hopefully they don’t turn out to be Homelander 2.0, but Vought is still behind it all, so there’s no guarantee.
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What is the story of The Boys: Varsity that the cast will be confronted with?
Vought brings viewers back to school with their crime-fighting school at Godolkin University, the only exclusively super-admitted school in the United States.
While Homelander is a self-centered Superman and Soldier Boy is a maniacal Captain America, the next heroes to be mocked by Amazon are the X-Men.
They will be nicknamed the G-Men, who will become the next generation of American supers. The show is said to be “an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonally competitive Supes as they test their physical, sexual and moral limits, competing for the best contracts in the best cities.”
The Boys is already very sexual (note: Herogasm), but launching a group of students will take it up a notch.
What we know about The Boys: Varsity cast so far
Chance Perdomo, Maddie Phillips, London Thor and Derek Luh will star in undisclosed roles. Here are the famous faces with confirmed characters.
Patrick Schwarzenegger – Golden Boy
He may be Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son, but the 28-year-old has built his own successful career in film and modeling.
His first role came in 2006 as a jock kid and featured in Grown Ups 2 and Scream Queens among others. His last gig was on HBO’s The Staircase, playing the son of lead character Colin Firth.
Rumor has it that Schwarzenegger dated Miley Cyrus in 2014-2015.
Lizze Broadway – Emma Shaw
The 24-year-old has been in acting since 2010, and The Boys will be one of her biggest gigs.
She starred as Stephanie Stifler on American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules, so she already has a habit of cracking sex jokes onscreen.
Other credits include minor roles in Shameless, The Rookie and Bones.
Jaz Sinclair – Marie Moreau
Better known as Roz in Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sinclair previously appeared in an episode of The Boys.
In Season 3 Episode 2, a profile of Marie can be seen in the database during Hughie and Starlight’s mission to the Red River Institute.
Other credits include Paper Towns and Slender Man.
Sean Patrick Thomas – Polarity
Thomas voiced the previously unnamed character in Diabolical, and we’ll finally get to see his face in Varsity.
He is known as Derek Reynolds in Save the Last Dance in 2001, although you might remember him from For All Mankind on Apple TV.
Conn’s role is currently unknown, but we’re thrilled as she starred as Lady Mary Sheffield Sharma, Kate and Edwina’s mother in the Netflix phenomenon Bridgerton.
The professional career of the actress began more than two decades ago and appeared in the classic children’s film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
As Princess Pondicherry, she was the wife of Prince Pondicherry, the Indian royal who refused to eat his own chocolate palace and so watched it melt around him instead.
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