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The Boys' Erin Moriarty Confirms What We Suspected About Aya Cash's On-Set Behavior

One of Amazon Prime Video's most notable offerings is "The Boys," a satire that cynically imagines what superheroes would be like if they existed in our world. The series, produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, has been praised for its ability to weave together modern-day politics and celebrity culture through the superhero lens (via Blunt Magazine), which continues to dominate the cultural landscape.

In "The Boys," a group of anti-heroes goes up against Vought, a media conglomerate that manages a diverse portfolio of superheroes. At the center of Vought's offerings is The Seven, a team of elite superheroes that functions as the Justice League in "The Boys" universe. The Boys are at the forefront of the show's rag-tag group of anti-heroes who want to bring Vought and their corrupt heroes to justice.

In Season 2, Stormfront (Aya Cash) joins The Seven and appears to be a force of change at first. Instead, she turns out to be even worse than Homelander (Antony Starr), The Seven's riff on the patriotic and good-willed Superman. Together, the two "heroes" strike up a partnership and become some of the most nefarious super-powered beings under Vought's management.

While the character of Stormfront was praised for shaking up The Seven with her cruel, malicious behavior, Cash's co-star Erin Moriarity has cleared the air about how the star really acts on set.

Aya Cash is way different than Stormfront

Spoilers ahead for "The Boys" Season 2

Aya Cash's Stormfront doesn't shy away from being one of the most despicable forces in "The Boys," as the character is quite literally a Nazi. Despite playing such an evil character on the show, Cash is nothing like Stormfront, according to Erin Moriarity, who plays her colleague, Starlight.

Starlight and Stormfront begin a relationship that quickly becomes sour once Stormfront's unpleasant history is revealed. While the two superheroes don't get along on "The Boys," their actors certainly did! Speaking with FAULT magazine, Moriarity candidly discussed how Cash is nothing like the evil superhero. "What's awesome about working with Aya is how different she is to her character. She is one of the funniest and kindest people I've ever worked with, so it made it hard to hate her," Moriarty told the outlet.

The star went on to add that her relationship with Cash allowed them to talk through their intentions for each scene. "Her being so talented made it such a fun experience and when you're comfortable with your scene partner, it makes it easier to open a discussion on ways you can both push each scene."

From what Moriarity has to say, it looks like Cash isn't one for method acting. Instead, the Stormfront star appears radically different from her character, which hopefully makes for a pleasant experience when it comes to shooting scenes with her.