Grownup Swim has dropped a brand new featurette to enhance the not too long ago debuted Season 5 premiere of Rick and Morty. The 2-minute video options most of the large brains behind the scenes of the vulgar comedy that so many individuals know and love. So if you would like some BTS commentary about what you're in retailer for with the upcoming season, you're going to wish to test it out.
The video revolves round one of many writers, Jeff Loveness, speaking concerning the look of Rick's (Justin Roiland) arch-nemesis, Mr. Nimbus (Dan Harmon). Harmon, who can be a co-creator on the present, then chimes in to speak concerning the mythos behind this infamous character who seems to be like Aquaman's most fantastic cousin. The featurette exhibits clips from the premiere episode of Rick and Nimbus interacting earlier than transitioning to focus extra on Morty's (additionally Roiland) character.
Showrunner Scott Marder and director Jacob Hair additionally talk about Morty making enemies initially of Season 5. A peaceable, verdant clip of Morty touring by means of a portal and serving to a pleasant previous alien creature carry some heavy crates turns into an enormous, violent laser struggle within the blink of an eye fixed. His one unlucky motion that day unleashes a cascade of occasions that immediate that alien society to base their whole tradition and faith round Morty being the harbinger of doom and evil. And Morty has to cope with the repercussions of his actions.
Lastly, if anybody was questioning about that big time chicken on the finish of the premiere? Effectively, Loveness has a solution for you: "I simply love big time birds on the finish of existence! There's no purpose for there to be a large time chicken, it doesn't actually make any sense, however I, uh, I did insist on it."
You’ll be able to catch the brand new season of Rick and Morty airing on Grownup Swim Sunday nights at 11 p.m. ET. Take a look at the featurette under.
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