Bryman Electronics Store
In the uchronistic universe of The Boys, the vast majority of the population adores superheroes, including the star team: the Seven. Hughie Campbell (Jack Quaid) is no exception to the rule.
Hughie, having just gotten off work at Bryman’s electronics store, sees his girlfriend blown to bits by the superhero A-Train (Jessie Usher). He then engages in a fight against the Supers, with Butcher and his gang.
From the very first episode, The Boys features a heated battle between Hughie, Butcher (Karl Urban) and Translucent (Alex Hassell) at Bryman’s electronics store where Hughie works. “This is definitely one of the toughest fights I’ve done in my career. Normally, when you fight in a scene, you can see what’s coming at you. Here, your partner is taken away from you and you are suddenly in no man’s land. It was a huge challenge,” says Karl Urban.
The store really exists. It is located at 871 O’Connor Dr East York in Toronto. Now a cannabis store, the establishment was home to a full-fledged electronics store at the time of filming.
About 6 million U.S. viewers reportedly watched the first episode of The Boys in the first 10 days, according to Nielsen.
871 O'Connor Dr
Formerly an electronics store, 871 O’Connor Dr East York in Toronto is now home to Malibu Cannabis.
The capital of the province of Ontario, Toronto is one of Canada’s largest cities. Nicknamed the second New York, the city resembles the Big Apple in some ways. O’Connor Dr. East York Street in Toronto is no exception to t... Learn more about 871 O'Connor Dr
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