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‘The Boys’ star Karl Urban says they ran out of fake sperm while filming ‘Herogasm’

The Boys star Karl Urban has revealed that the show ran out of fake sperm while filming the latest episode, ‘Herogasm’.The highly anticipated instalment, which aired on Amazon Prime Video on Friday (June 24), promised to deliver more explicit content than usual, predominately through the means of a giant superhero orgy.Numerous scenes saw vast amounts of fake semen being blasted at the characters, and, according to Urban, it didn’t take long for the show’s production crew to exhaust its supply.On whether the cast were surprised to see such content make it into the show, the actor told Digital Spy: “Listen, I think that every single season you get to a juncture where you’re like: ‘How can we possibly get away with this?’ And this season, it became pretty apparent that everything was dialled up.“There’s more action, more drama, more heart. And I think it pushed all the departments.
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Amazon Prime series The Boys returned on Friday (June 3) for its third series, but some fans were left feeling grossed out by one particular scene.The show, which finally returned after more than 18 months, welcomed back the likes of Karl Urban, Jack Quaid and Laz Alonso, along with the rest of the gang.Some people took to social media to question their viewing choices after watching a scene of a house party thrown by Brett Geddes' character Termite.In the scene, Termite leaves the party to go into a backroom with his lover. He decides to then use his superpowers to shrink himself down and go inside his lover's penis.Unfortunately, things don't work out too well for the pair.Termite is under the influence of cocaine and sneezes whilst still inside the man's penis, causing him to go back to full size.This inevitably leads to an explosion of body parts, with the scene leaving viewers in shock.One fan Tweeted: "The scene from The Boys where the guy goes into the penis hole messed me up man."Another said: "The Boys scene with the penis will literally haunt me for the rest of my days."One person even admitted that the scene had a physical impact on them, writing: "Not gonna lie my penis still numb after watching the first episode of The Boys, that Termite scene is really something."The Boys stars Karl Urban and Jensen Ackles have revealed that the show will end differently to how the comics ended.Speaking to NME ahead of the new series, Karl said: "We all have so much fun making The Boys.
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