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The Boys Season 4 Could Be A ‘Defining’ Moment For Erin Moriarty’s Starlight


Moriarty’s speak about this new season being a defining one for Annie makes us look again at season 3 and surprise if there have been any lacking alternatives for a defining second there. Loads of her storyline revolved round her frustration with Hughie (Jack Quaid), who needed to be sturdy as a supe like her. After the couple appear on the verge of breaking apart, Hughie realizes that he would not have to be a supe to be sturdy. Instead, he learns to lean into the strengths he already has and embrace his standing as a traditional dude.

This all culminates within the massive supe battle within the finale the place Hughie sees Annie dropping a combat with Soldier Boy. He briefly considers taking the short-term Compound V to avoid wasting her, however as a substitute chooses to assist her out in a more healthy method: by turning up the lights within the room and giving Annie an unprecedented quantity of energy to attract upon.

It’s a pleasant technique to wrap up the storyline, aside from the truth that Annie’s massive assault on Soldier Boy is … sort of underwhelming. The present builds it up as if Annie’s about to unleash some new energy we have by no means seen earlier than, however all she does is knock Soldier Boy over. All he has to do is mud himself off slightly, and he is fantastic. Considering that Soldier Boy will get written out of the story a couple of minutes later anyway, the writers might’ve no less than let Annie do some extra harm than she does right here. 

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