June 14, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm PDT
Director & Executive Producer
MODERATED BY ROB LICURIA (Senior Editor, Gold Derby)
Screening Link available upon Registration
YouTube Live Stream Q&A:
Monday, June 14, 1:00PM PT
In a more intense Season 2 of The Boys, Butcher, Hughie, and the team reel from their losses in Season 1. On the run from the law, they struggle to fight back against the Superheroes. Meanwhile, Vought, the hero management company, cashes in on the panic over Supervillains, and a new hero, Stormfront, shakes up the company and challenges an already unstable Homelander. TV-MA | 60min
Christopher Lennertz has written music for some of the world’s greatest storytellers. Whether it’s soaring heroics for Seth Rogen as a hot dog saving the world in Sausage Party or the lush orchestral melodies of Steven Spielberg’s Medal of Honor series…a stark, out of tune gospel piano for Mark Ruffalo’s battle with addiction in Thanks for Sharing or an explosive garage band for Amazon’s The Boys, this classic eclectic ability has now become his signature. He has worked in almost every genre imaginable and spent weeks on Billboard charts. He has an Emmy nomination for the cult hit Supernatural, a Grammy for his arrangements on Ozomatli’s album Street Signs, and an amazing eleven BMI awards for blockbusters like Bad Moms, Horrible Bosses, Ride Along, and more. Equally comfortable on the small screen, on stage, and at festivals, Chris has written eclectic scores for Marvel’s Agent Carter and Sundance award-winner Adam for Fox Searchlight. He has written with Broadway legends David Zippel, Glenn Slater, and Oscar and Tony winner Alan Menken on Sausage Party as well as the musical adventure Galavant. Chris is also one of the most in-demand composers in video games with hits like Medal of Honor, James Bond, The Godfather, and the Mass Effect series. His passion for education and philanthropy plays a major part in his life, serving on the board of Education Through Music Los Angeles and The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation as well as Hands Together in Haiti. He personally launched the Symphony of Hope project after the 2011 earthquake to rally the film music community around the cause. Ultimately mixing his love of storytelling, his eclectic background, and his relentless passion for all styles of music, Chris has become one of the most valued and sought-after composers in Hollywood today.
Philip Sgriccia is a director and executive producer of The Boys. He served as a director and executive producer of the Primetime Emmy-nominated horror-drama series Supernatural from its first season. Prior to producing and directing, Sgriccia started his career as an editor, working prolifically throughout the late ’80s on shows like the popular comedy-drama The Wonder Years, the cult classic sci-fi comedy Max Headroom, and the tense radio drama Midnight Caller. On the latter program (of which Sgriccia edited a total of 18 episodes), he also made his directorial debut in 1991, with one episode of the show’s final season. Sgriccia went on to direct multiple episodes of the detective drama Reasonable Doubts, and the acclaimed superhero update Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
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