Fanning, meanwhile, was enamored by the story and wanted to join right away. The actress has been a part of various animated projects before, but she mentions the Gen:Lock experience is on another level. “Most of the previous animated projects have been larger than life, and fun, so getting to do something that was serious, emotional and I get to act it as serious as if we’re in [a] live-action show.” Fanning added that her character Miranda Worth will be going through a transition in the upcoming season, “We get to see more of her internal struggle, her career, and her relationships with her being pulled in different directions and how she deals with that.”


Jordan also talked about Outlier Society’s desire for more animation, and some future projects the production company has coming up. “Outlier society will be producing more animated series in the future. We have stuff cooking right now that I can’t talk about, but I am really excited.” Gen: Lock’s first season is currently streaming on HBO Max, ahead of the second season arriving there this fall.

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