Deadpool fans may recognize Brianna Hildebrand (Rory Morningstar) from her role in the Deadpool films, and she will play a pivotal role in Lucifer Season 6. Season 6 of Lucifer starts up a few weeks after Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) was made God at the end of Season 5. But the Devil is holding back from becoming the Almighty, and his existence is thrown into a loop when the Devil’s daughter, Rory Morningstar, shows up from the future to murder him.
“Rory” Aurora Lucifer and Chloe Decker (Lauren German) had a daughter named Morningstar, and Morningstar is a half-sister to Chloe’s daughter with her ex-husband, Trixie Espinoza (Scarlett Estevez) (Kevin Alejandro). But since Lucifer disappeared before Rory was born, she developed a deep-seated hatred towards her biological father. Rory, a half-angel with black and red wings formed of razor-sharp feathers, realized she could time travel and went back to Lucifer’s 2020 present to kill her father. Nonetheless,
Rory did not engage in dishonest games like Michael, Lucifer’s evil twin brother, and instead confronted her father head-on. In season 6 of Lucifer, the Devil devotes much of his time to helping Lucifer and Chloe repair their relationship with their future adult daughter by helping Lucifer discover the reason he abandoned his only child and left.
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The role of Negasonic Teenage Warhead in the Deadpool films made Brianna Hildebrand a household name. One of Hildebrand’s other acting credits is the 2019 comedy picture Playing With Fire, in which she plays Brynn with John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, and Dennis Haysbert (God in Lucifer season 5). Brianna is well-known for her portrayal as Verity in the Fox television adaptation of The Exorcist.
Hildebrand is a perfect fit for the role of Lucifer’s defiant daughter Rory since she shares Rory’s desire to destroy everything while simultaneously protecting her vulnerable side from her controlling father the Devil. Rory’s attraction to women on Lucifer mirrors the actress’ sexuality, just as Briana Hildebrand’s Negasonic Teenage Warhead in the Deadpool films was the first openly lesbian X-Men movie character.
Rory Morningstar, the daughter of Lucifer, is a powerful half-angel with a distinctive set of wings that pay homage to her father’s reputation as the Devil, and her personality is more similar to Lucifer’s than Rory would care to acknowledge. Chloe, however, who was left to raise Rory alone after Lucifer vanished, did so in human form. Season 5 of Lucifer introduced many angels who are related to Lucifer and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) who sided with either Lucifer or Michael in their struggle to become the next God. Season 6 of Lucifer wisely shifts its attention away from Lucifer’s other angel siblings and onto Rory’s individuality and tense family dynamics.
Rory, like other celestial beings, has the power to self-actualize based on their natural goals or self-image; in the instance of Lucifer’s daughter, her desire to avenge her father was so strong that it manifested the ability to time travel so that she might meet (and kill) the Devil. Rory’s aunt Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) was a demon bounty hunter, and Rory seems to have adopted some of her attitudes. Season 6 of Lucifer cleverly confronts the paradox that Rory, a half-human/half-angel, has wings but Charlie, the infant son of Amenadiel and Dr. Linda Martin (Rachael Harris), is mortal.
The decision to have the final season of Lucifer introduce a new angel who is also a pivotal character as the adult offspring of Lucifer and Chloe was a risky one, but the show’s writers and the charismatic performance of Brianna Hildebrand ensured that viewers never doubted that Rory Morningstar was the daughter of the Devil and his beloved detective.
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