The Boys: Everything We Know About The Dawn of the Seven

While a formal script has been written for the fictional Dawn of the Seven, people will find out in The Boys season 3 just how much the film makes it into the actual footage. A lot can be ascertained about the movie’s plot from The Boys season 2. During a hilarious pitch meeting scene, a storyboard depicts a villain called Martinez, whom Homelander attacks at his mansion hideout. Homelander arrests Martinez during a brief car chase, and this inspires him to form The Seven (in the movie world, at least). Apparently, this is just the teaser.

Elsewhere in Dawn of the Seven, a secret agent called Ruby helps The Seven save the world by hacking the Department of Homeland Security’s mainframe and embarks on a romantic relationship with Queen Maeve. Working with Agent Pearson (played by Greg Grunberg), Maeve, Starlight, and Stormfront must weave their way through an army of mutants attacking New York City to plug in a flash drive and “restore the grid.” Though, it looks like most of Stormfront’s footage has been stricken from the records after her Nazi scandal. Instead, she’ll be facing off with Homelander and the rest of The Seven. In the midst of the battle, A-Train quits the band, despite still being on the website’s fictional cast list.

Other confirmed details from the website and beyond show a CGI Translucent (voiced by Seth Rogen), and a score from Hans Zimmer. According to the fake trailer, a release is set for “June 3rd, only in theaters.” The website also includes hilarious fake movie reviews that tout the explosive quality of the film.

Dawn Of The Seven Does Have A Script

Although The Boys season 2 offers only a few brief glimpses of Dawn of the Seven, a script does exist in some form. On Amazon’s official The Boys podcast, Eric Kripke revealed that the script prop Stormfront holds during the aforementioned pitch meeting scene contains proper dialogue, rather than fake pages. As Kripke himself states, someone working on The Boys has written at least part of Dawn of the Seven. Sadly, the fact that this revelation took Kripke by surprise suggests a lack of intention on his part. Most likely, what has been written in the script will appear in The Boys season 3, as the Dawn of the Seven plotline continues to unfold.

Dawn Of The Seven In The Boys Season 3

Despite the fact that the Dawn of the Seven movie isn’t real, the in-universe film will still factor heavily into The Boys season 3. With season 2 covering the fraught filming process, The Boys‘ forthcoming run will explore the media promo circuit, the premiere, and the inevitable online backlash to the “Whedon rewrite” Homelander enjoyed so much. Kripke confirmed as much with a #TheDawnIsComing tweet that included two in-universe movie promo posters featuring Homelander and Starlight. At the same time, set photos have revealed a red carpet Dawn of the Seven premiere set. The official trailer for the fictional film can be watched on The Dawn of the Seven website, along with a movie poster and promo posters for The Seven.

Will Dawn Of The Seven Get An Independent Release?

The Dawn of the Seven movie is strictly an in-universe plotline and, therefore, will not receive an official theatrical release — despite the trailer and posters proclaiming a June 3rd release date. Considering that the June 3rd release promised by the fake film is The Boys season 3’s actual release date, the fictional movie obviously plays a significant role in The Boys season 3. While Amazon has the funds to make a feature-length tie-in happen, it doesn’t look like the platform is ready to take that financial plunge to produce what is essentially an in-joke.


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While a formal script has been written for the fictional Dawn of the Seven, people will find out in The Boys season 3 just how much the film makes it into the actual footage. A lot can be ascertained about the movie’s plot from The Boys season 2. During a hilarious pitch meeting scene, a storyboard depicts a villain called Martinez, whom Homelander attacks at his mansion hideout. Homelander arrests Martinez during a brief car chase, and this inspires him to form The Seven (in the movie world, at least). Apparently, this is just the teaser.
Elsewhere in Dawn of the Seven, a secret agent called Ruby helps The Seven save the world by hacking the Department of Homeland Security’s mainframe and embarks on a romantic relationship with Queen Maeve. Working with Agent Pearson (played by Greg Grunberg), Maeve, Starlight, and Stormfront must weave their way through an army of mutants attacking New York City to plug in a flash drive and “restore the grid.” Though, it looks like most of Stormfront’s footage has been stricken from the records after her Nazi scandal. Instead, she’ll be facing off with Homelander and the rest of The Seven. In the midst of the battle, A-Train quits the band, despite still being on the website’s fictional cast list.

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Other confirmed details from the website and beyond show a CGI Translucent (voiced by Seth Rogen), and a score from Hans Zimmer. According to the fake trailer, a release is set for “June 3rd, only in theaters.” The website also includes hilarious fake movie reviews that tout the explosive quality of the film.
Dawn Of The Seven Does Have A Script

Although The Boys season 2 offers only a few brief glimpses of Dawn of the Seven, a script does exist in some form. On Amazon’s official The Boys podcast, Eric Kripke revealed that the script prop Stormfront holds during the aforementioned pitch meeting scene contains proper dialogue, rather than fake pages. As Kripke himself states, someone working on The Boys has written at least part of Dawn of the Seven. Sadly, the fact that this revelation took Kripke by surprise suggests a lack of intention on his part. Most likely, what has been written in the script will appear in The Boys season 3, as the Dawn of the Seven plotline continues to unfold.

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Dawn Of The Seven In The Boys Season 3

Despite the fact that the Dawn of the Seven movie isn’t real, the in-universe film will still factor heavily into The Boys season 3. With season 2 covering the fraught filming process, The Boys‘ forthcoming run will explore the media promo circuit, the premiere, and the inevitable online backlash to the “Whedon rewrite” Homelander enjoyed so much. Kripke confirmed as much with a #TheDawnIsComing tweet that included two in-universe movie promo posters featuring Homelander and Starlight. At the same time, set photos have revealed a red carpet Dawn of the Seven premiere set. The official trailer for the fictional film can be watched on The Dawn of the Seven website, along with a movie poster and promo posters for The Seven.
Will Dawn Of The Seven Get An Independent Release?

The Dawn of the Seven movie is strictly an in-universe plotline and, therefore, will not receive an official theatrical release — despite the trailer and posters proclaiming a June 3rd release date. Considering that the June 3rd release promised by the fake film is The Boys season 3’s actual release date, the fictional movie obviously plays a significant role in The Boys season 3. While Amazon has the funds to make a feature-length tie-in happen, it doesn’t look like the platform is ready to take that financial plunge to produce what is essentially an in-joke.

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