Zachary Levi’s latest TV role as the super-gifted Luke Collins is a fun new way for the actor to go.
Heroes Reborn is a 13-episode miniseries that uses parts of actor Zachary Levi’s acting career that have never been seen before. It stars the dark hero from Chuck.
The limited series continues one year after the deadly terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas, where Heroes left off. Collins swears to exact retribution on those who are hidden or on the run due to their extraordinary abilities. Levi is excited to be a part of the 25-character dynamic shows.
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The series was filmed in Toronto, where he was interviewed.
Your persona Luke Collins is a “bad” person who believes he is acting morally. How does he compare with Chuck?
It was a significant shift for me. I did Chuck for five years, but I want to be associated with him for a while. I stated that I wanted to play a character who was darker, sexier, much stronger, and completely different from Chuck, and here is the result.
Luke is antiheroic, while Chuck is a hero. However, this is the motivation. He desires to accomplish what he considers optimal. All villains are motivated by their belief in their actions. Some sociopaths may appear to be completely deranged.