Diabolical may have future laser baby plans
Laser Baby, the super baby introduced in The Boys who moved on to its spin-off Diabolical, might be back for more adorably murderous shenanigans.
After being introduced in a literally explosive scene in Prime Video’s satirical superhero series The boysa cute infant supe known only as Laser Baby was featured in the first episode of the series’ animated spin-off, The Boys Presents: Devilish — and the show’s writers say the character has the potential to return as a toddler.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who wrote the episode “Laser Baby’s Day Out,” discussed Laser Baby’s future in an interview with Variety. Although the baby, whose origins or gender are never revealed, can’t speak or do much except shoot uncontrollable and deadly lasers from his eyes, Rogen and Goldberg believe there’s still a lot of potential. for other stories.
“Oh yeah, this baby has a lot going for it,” Goldberg said. “Meet the baby’s family!… We have lots of ideas. We have a ‘Laser Baby’ sequel that we could do – or not, but we have an idea for a sequel.”
Much of the baby’s success in “Laser Baby’s Day Out” seems to be based on the affection between them and the hapless scientist who wants to be their father. “If this relationship wasn’t something you cared about, given that there’s no dialogue, it just wouldn’t have worked out,” Goldberg said. “It was very important that you wanted this baby and this man to be together.”
For the moment, we do not yet know if The Boys Presents: Devilish will be returning for a second season, but if it does, Laser Baby may get the chance to do something most similarly styled cartoon characters can’t: age. Although realism is clearly not a priority for the quirky animated anthology show, Rogen pointed out that if Laser Baby did return, “They’d be a Laser Toddler.”
As fans await the next killer track from Laser Baby, the original live-action series The boys has a new trailer to build hype for its third season, coming in June. However, production has stalled on the upcoming spin-off, a college life-themed live-action series, due to the two lead actors, Aimee Carrero and Shane Paul McGhie, walking away from the project. .
All episodes of The Boys Presents: Devilish can stream now on Prime Video. The boys Season 3 will premiere on Prime Video on June 3.
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