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Netflix viewers were horrified when the Lucifer’s (played by Tom Ellis) twin brother Michael (also Tom Ellis) impersonated the Lord of Hell. Michael struggled to keep his evil plan to bring down his brother under wraps and was exposed by Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). However, co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich revealed Michael’s story is far from over.
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Michael’s attempts at impersonating Lucifer were far from perfect and eagle-eyed fans spotted several key differences.
Discussing the sinister character, Ildy revealed why the differences were integral to Micheal’s story.
She explained: “We wanted him to be quite opposite of Lucifer, but why? What made him that way?
“We started there, with his personality, and the physical traits and physical manifestation came organically after that.”
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“Somebody who’s like that, how would they stand, how would they talk, what would they wear?” Ildy continued.
“It was very organic, and Tom was a big part of it.”
Lucifer fans will know Michael stands slightly differently than his twin-brother.
Michael has a hitch in his right shoulder which he’s forced to straighten out when posing as Lucifer.
Ildy revealed viewers will find out the origin of Michael’s injury when the series returns.
“We find out why he has it in [Season] 5B,” she revealed. “We explore it pretty in depth.”
Michael was hell-bent on ruining Lucifer’s life on Earth and his hatred may have stemmed from a past indiscretion on Lucifer’s part.
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Elsewhere, Amenadiel star D.B. Woodside sent Lucifer fans into meltdown as he shared a heartfelt birthday message to his co-star Tom.
The post began: “Dear @officialtomellis, what a year it has been.
“While it would be easy to flatter you with comments about your tremendous acting or the fantastic physique you continue to build.
“I am most impressed by Tom the human being and all that you do to make the world a better place.”
“What you’ve created with #BlackFolx and the education it’s providing to many is both deeply important and inspiring,” the post continued.
“Thanks for all you do and I’m lucky to get to share so many days with you.
“Wishing all the best to you, @moppyoppenheimer and the kids today and every day. Happy birthday, you handsome devil!”
Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix.
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