Attackers on the set of Lucifer has shared some eyes from behind the scenes. And based on the intel, production for season 5B seems to be moving full steam ahead. With that in mind, here are three things to look forward to when Lucifer returns.
God mixes it with Lucifer and the gang in Los Angeles
Entertainment tonight popped by Lucifer’s production ready to discover how the story unfolds. Cast member Aimee Garcia, who plays the forensic whiz Ella, was to come about the newest character on the canvas – God.
The Big Guy in the Sky appears shortly in the final seconds of Lucifer Season 5 Episode 8, which is the final episode of 2020. As Lucifer, Amenadiel, and Michael brawl in the police arena, the Creator appears, illuminated by a divine cry.
“Children, you know that I hate him when you fight,” said the Almighty to his quarry descendants.
To the delight of fans, Dennis Haysbert takes the place of God alive on the small screen. The actor is best known for his poise voice, swagger, and baritone signature. He slipped into the character perfectly, leaving giddy fans excited to see more of Haysbert as the Divine Dad.
And according to what Garcia told Entertainment tonight, things could be pretty wacky. “What’s fun about their first time is the program where God for the first time becomes human,” Garcia explained. “So, it’s a lot of fun because I’m in a scene where he experienced pee for the first time, freezing brains from Slurpee for the first time. ”
The play ‘Lucifer’ will come to fruition
LOVE: ‘Lucifer’ star Aimee Garcia pours out details of ‘God’ and how her character finally meets him
Adding to the expectations for season 5B, Lucifer’s The title character, Tom Ellis, took a quick look at the much-anticipated music show. Just a taste of our music program, ”tweeted Ellis. In the video, members of the scene sing the famous Queen statue, “Another One Bites the Dust.”
In the scene, Lucifer, Chloe, Dan, and Ella investigate the murder of the week. The victim, a referee, lies lifeless on a football pitch while the investigators explode into song and dance.
Providing backing in the elegantly shaped series are cheerleaders, football players and a marching band. In turn, the body regenerates into a dance solo with B-boy stimulation.
When Garcia spoke to Entertainment tonight, she explained that there is a reasonable explanation for the musical plot. “It’s because God is going to be a little schizo,” Garcia said in an interview. “He plays puppet master, and he gets old, so stuff gets a little janky. ”
Erika Delgado continued Twitter.