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Doom Patrol: the importance of the issues LGBTQ

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Published on Mar 03, 2019

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In a recent interview with Collider Matt Bomer, who in the series plays the role of Larry Trainor/Negative Man, has spoken of the importance of the issues LGBTQ in Doom Patrol, with his character struggling with himself for the acceptance of his homosexuality.

“I think it's important to talk about these issues and I love to do it,” explains the actor, he also openly homosexual “For him, deal with his sexuality is a huge inner struggle, which characterizes much more of the accident and being made of negative energy that can manifest. Could be a problem on formulaic, but I think you could put in the light what he does not know, that is her sexuality”.

“DOOM PATROL is a reinterpretation of one of the most beloved groups of superheroes DC, formed by Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl, and Crazy Jane, led by the mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder (The Chief). All the members of the Doom Patrol have suffered terrible trauma from accidents, which have given them superhuman abilities, but they've also been left scarred and wounded. Traumatized and trodden down by all, the team has found a purpose thanks to The Chief, who brought them together to investigate the phenomena of the most bizarre existing in the world, and to protect the Earth from the consequences of them. The Doom Patrol is a band of monsters, the super powerful, who are struggling for a world that does nothing more than marginalizing them. Recovering after the events of TITANS, the series will give these heroes reluctant for a place that did not anticipate ever having to play, being called to action by the Cyborg for a mission difficult to refuse, but with a warning that will always remember: their lives will never ever be the same. “

The series, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schecter), Jeremy Carver (also showrunner) currently goes on air in the US on the DC Universe. In the cast Brendan Fraser (Cliff Steele), Matt Bomer (Larry Trainor), Diana Guerrero (Crazy Jane), Alan Tudyk (Mr. Nobody), April Bowlby (Rita Farr), Joivan Wade (Vic Stone/Cyborg) and Timothy Dalton (Niles Caulde).

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