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The Boys season 3 teaser mocks Kendall Jenner’s controversial Pepsi Ad & fans love it

The Boys season 3 teaser mocks Kendall Jenner’s controversial Pepsi Ad & fans love it

The Boys season 3 trailer is violent & weirder with a whole lot of side-splitting sequences to crackle up viewers – and one scene, in particular, featuring A-Train (Jessie T. Usher) takes a page from a real-life incident involving Kendal Jenner’s Pepsi ad. Going by social media reactions, fans are already calling out the scene’s comparison to the soda brand advert.

With a deserving Red Band treatment, The Boys season 3 teaser trailer finally arrived this weekend and offered glimpses of gory sex-involved violence and The Homelander’s (Antony Starr) disturbing obsession with milk.  Yet it still couldn’t top the glaring reference to Kendall’s hilarious 2017 advertisement for Pepsi.

While Karl Urban’s Billy Butcher getting superpowers remains the best takeaway of the new teaser, few other scenes have caught fans’ attention for their humorous take. It looks like the series’ speedster will engage in further bad PR in an attempt to up his public image in The Boys season 3. The trailer shows the superhero appearing in a protest-themed commercial, only to stop both opposing sides with a soda can, similar to the controversial Pepsi ad featuring Jenner. Readers can check out reactions below.

Clearly, A-train’s commercial is another disaster for Vought to handle though that could be the least of their concern with Billy’s new power-up. It seems Butcher may finally level the playing field for our ragtag team in facing off against the Homelander. Also, Ryan Butcher’s parental absence may pose an added threat to his father.

While the show already has its Superman-esque figure in Homelander, the upcoming season will introduce Jensen Ackles’s Captain America-styled hero known as Soldier Boy.

Prime Video’s fan-favorite R-rated superhero series won’t return until June 3, 2022. Fans can meanwhile catch The Boys Presents: Diabolical currently streaming on Prime Video.

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