Homelander’s Condo In The Boys Season 3 Is More Revealing Than You Realize


In the new trailer for The Boys Season 3, we get a glimpse of Homelander’s lavish apartment, which is adorned with antique paintings depicting American historical events. When Antony Starr, who plays Homelander, first stepped onto the new set, he was surprised to see that the condo said nothing about his character’s personality — until he realized that that was actually the point. In a video interview with co-stars Karen Fukuhara and Laz Alonso for Vanity Fair, Starr explained, “Everything about this apartment is just a generic piece of Americana or something that reflects who you think Homelander should be.” He added, ” This character has no real identity. This is the eternal fight for the guy. It’s basically a product.”

If you remember, Homelander was literally made in a Vought lab and raised by scientists to become America’s finest superhero. In 2019, a short film was released between seasons 1 and 2 (via Twitter), which reveals that as a child, Homelander was forced to look at images of Jesus Christ, baseball games, and the American flag in a sterile white room. In September 2020, Starr claimed to TVLine that Homelander never learned to mature and is still a “little boy” at heart. He said: “He’s a little boy who might be going through emotional puberty which got his emotions cut off very early in his life and now for some reason he’s reached a point where he wants more out of life. With that in mind, it makes sense why Homelander only has Americana in his house since that’s the only thing he’s ever really known.

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