Power Book III: Raising Kanan’s stars Hailey Kilgore, London Brown, and Malcolm Mays discuss their characters’ journeys, the ever-evolving relationship between Jukebox and her father Marvin, and more with CassiusLife.
Season 3 of Power Book III: Rasing Kanan is in full swing, and we have already spoken with showrunner Sascha Penn, Joey Bada$$, and Grantham Coleman about this season’s new villain, Ronnie plus MeKai Curtis and Antonio Ortiz about Kanan and Famous as a drug dealing duo in the Power Universe.
CassiusLife also chopped it up with Hailey Kilgore, Malcolm Mays, and London Brown about their characters journeys from season 2 into season 3 and more.
London Brown Reflects On Marvin’s Evolving Relationship With Jukebox
At the end of season 2, Marvin was coming to grips with the fact that he was doing a terrible job as a dad to Jukebox. He has seen the error of his ways this season thanks to court-mandated therapy and some soul-searching.
Hailey Kilgore On Says Jukebox Likes Her Dad On The Low
We spoke with Hailey Kilgore before season 2’s premiere, and she revealed that she and Brown didn’t talk to help add an emotional scene between herself and Brown.
That wasn’t the case this season, as Jukebox’s relationship with her dad is getting better but still remains a work in progress.
And I think the cool thing about this season… is you see that they both start to have to grieve the same things at the same time.
She continues, “But it’s so complex. It’s such a complex relationship. And I think the cool thing about this season, without going too far for the two of them, is you see that they both start to have to grieve the same things at the same time. And they start experiencing things together in real-time in a way that we have never seen. And so they realized that they may be more like each other than they realized. I think Jukebox tried not to like her dad. I think she really, really does. I think she’s kind of cool. She thinks he’s kind of cool. She will never say that. You’ll never hear her say that.”
Malcolm Mays Apologizes For Uncle Lou’s Rollercoaster Journey This Season
Uncle Lou’s life is on a downward spiral that began in season 2 when he made the decision that his music career was more important than his life on the streets.
Unfortunately, things don’t get any better in season 3, and Malcolm Mayes is apologizing to fans of his character for what they are about to see as the season progresses.
I think that it’s important to see people of color who we thought were so put together not coping properly because that informs us that there are no superheroes.
but when you in here, everything feel like it’s life or death.
He continues, ” And I’m downplaying it a lot because I don’t want to give away the reveal of what happens, but it gets really dark for my man, and I’m making fun of him because it’s uncomfortable, right? It’s like we do know people who are going through it like that, and maybe the stakes aren’t as high, but when you in here, everything feel like it’s life or death. When you don’t feel right in here, you don’t look good to yourself in the mirror. It just doesn’t help. And so when you say, “What am I looking forward to the audience?”, I feel bad for the audience because if you care about this character, you’re going to have a rough one. It’s going to be rough and you just have, either you riding with the character or not because it’s going to be tough to watch.”
Power Book III: Raising Kanan season 3 is currently pushing on. You can check out the rest of the interview, where we also talked about the cast’s favorite social media reactions above.
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