The Boys fans are still waiting to know if the next season will premiere, however, it appears that the producers are working relentlessly to deliver a fantastic product. Lately, The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke took to Twitter to share a couple of bogus posters from the upcoming season. The posters are for Dawn of the Seven, a film taking place in the fictional Vought Cinematic Universe.
The movie is supposed to demonstrate The Seven’s origin story and explain how Stormfront joined the team, why A-Train abandoned, and Queen Maeve’s coming outside. From the show, P. J. Byrne’s Adam Burke is the director helming the movie. Initially, he also penned the script before Stormfront whined about the film’s representation of women, along with the studio had to call in a writer called Joss. They are not somewhat reminiscent of the first Aquaman poster out of Batman v Superman which read “Unite the Seven.”
The Boys Season 2 saw the titular group of vigilantes clashing once again using Vought and its corrupt superheroes. The sophomore season showcased the rise and collapse of Aya Cash’s Stormfront, who eventually became Homelander’s new love interest. He got close to his dream of having a superpowered family composed of Stormfront, him, and his son Ryan. Just the joined efforts of Starlight and Queen Maeve ceased Stormfront from taking over The Seven and producing Homelander’s dream a reality.