Especially after the breakout success of Luke Cage, fans of Marvel’s Netflix Defenders have understandable reservations about Iron Fist measuring up, with another martial arts figure in a less-diverse cast. Star Finn Jones wants fans to reserve their judgement, however, promising the series will acknowledge its troublesome ‘70s origins.
Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist may only have finished shooting this morning, but Finn Jones’ final Defender was more than ready for New York Comic-Con. See for yourself, as Marvel’s living weapon glows in a new trailer, and find out details of four new clips shown in the panel!
We’ve barely recovered from Luke Cage and snippets of Iron Fist shown at New York Comic-Con, and already The Defenders have a big bad. Get your power-loaders ready, as Alien star Sigourney Weaver will menace the street-level foursome as The Defenders’ main villain!
Marvel’s Netflix production can be a tough nut to crack, with Luke Cage filming near of a year before its premiere, while Jessica Jones had far less lead time. We caught our first look at Iron Fist in April, and now only hours from New York Comic-Con, Finn Jones confirms production has wrapped.
We’ll be seeing a great deal of Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist over the weekend at New York Comic-Con, but even the first photos lacked for a bit of that classic look. No more, as a new Netflix comic cover from New York Comic-Con reveals Finn Jones in (almost) all his Iron Fist glory, tattoo, chi and all.
We knew that Luke Cage and New York Comic-Con would likely bring us an update on Marvel’s fourth and final defender, but Netflix pulled a fast one on Iron Fist! Not only do we already have a March 2017 premiere, but also a new photo and teaser!
Soon to be four seasons into Marvel’s Netflix Defenders with the release of Luke Cage, the comic company offers little insight into its scheduling process beyond two seasons a year. At one point, Marvel even thought Iron Fist should follow Jessica Jones, of which Luke Cage’s showrunner now says they opted to “follow the momentum.”
Marvel’s Luke Cage brings his bulletproof brand of vigilante justice to Harlem as early as this Friday, introducing MCU takes on Misty Knight, Cottonmouth and Black Mariah along the way. We’ve already reviewed Marvel’s most dynamic series yet, but before your own binge, get answers to some of Luke Cage’s most burning questions with our spoilery FAQ review of the first seven episodes!
We don’t yet know if Marvel’s Hulu Runaways series will follow suit with a place in the larger MCU, but there might be at least one familiar voice behind the long-awaited adaptation. Following the initial announcement, one of Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist writers has confirmed their involvement with Runaways.
Marvel’s Netflix ‘Luke Cage’ hits the streets with bulletproof style, full of colorful, legendary storytelling with a soundtrack to match its dynamite cast. Our early review, before all episodes burst through the wall on September 30!