The Sopranos’ Annabella Sciorra is heading to Luke Cage’s Harlem, in a role that has some intriguing connections to Marvel’s comic book history—a history not with Luke himself, but another Netflix alumni, Frank Castle.
It’s been a while since the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Luke Cage got a chance to just go home to sit back, relax, and enjoy a little time to himself—he’s been busy saving the world and whatnot. In the first trailer for Luke Cage season 2, though, Luke’s headed back to Harlem for some much needed time off.
A new report has details on Disney’s still-unnamed streaming service, which is set to roll out in 2019. You won’t be seeing any R-rated films there, but you will see its planned live-action adaptation of their animated classic, The Sword in the Stone. Is Disney pulling a Netflix now?
Laura Dern and Oscar Isaac dig into The Last Jedi’s mysterious Admiral Holdo. Henry Cavill discusses his hope for a bright future for Superman after Justice League. Black Panther director Ryan Coogler opens up about a Black Panther flashback. Plus, the stars of The Flash on the rising threat of this season’s villain.…
There’s a crazy rumor about who could play Catwoman in Gotham City Sirens. Laura Dern teases her mysterious Star Wars: The Last Jedi character, Admiral Holdo. Don’t expect Kevin Smith to direct Arrow any time soon. Plus, new clips from Star Wars Rebels and Karl Urban hopes for a Thor movie with a female lead. Spoiler…
Another star joins the Venom film. Todd McFarlane promises changes to Spawn for his new movie. Mike Colter talks Iron Fist’s appearance in Luke Cage season two. The CW is working on another supernatural cop show. Plus, new Ant-Man & The Wasp set pictures and another look at Syfy’s Happy! adaptation. Behold, spoilers!
Just as Luke Cage is dispatching Misty Knight to Iron Fist’s second season, the next season of Luke Cage is bringing in an Iron Fist alum—the titular hero himself. Hopefully there’ll be some hiring for heroes while he’s there, too.
The League goes all in for new Justice League posters. Josh Brolin is caught in some strange photos from the Deadpool 2 set. We’re getting a little more Star Trek: Discovery this year than previously planned. Plus, Odette Annabelle on her Supergirl villain, and new Star Wars: Rebels footage. Spoilers, go!
From the first moment that we met Misty Knight during Netflix’s first season of Luke Cage, there was one question on every comics fans’ mind about the character’s future: “when are we going to see her get that badass bionic arm?” Well, now we know.
The New York City of the Marvel universe is teeming with heroes, being home to everyone from Steve Rogers to Peter Parker. With four of those famous New Yorkers teaming up on the small screen today in The Defenders, we decided to rank the finest inhabits of the comic book Big Apple.
The Defenders debuts on Netflix this Friday, bringing together four different characters and TV shows into one giant super mega crossover. For anyone who needs a reminder of what the heck these characters have been doing, or maybe skipped Iron Fist for relatively obvious reasons, here’s a video crash course.
There’s a lot we still don’t know about Alexandra, the mysterious villain at the heart of Netflix and Marvel’s superhero team-up show—but the third and last full trailer for the series is about exactly what you need to know about her: It’s Sigourney Goddamn Weaver getting to be evil as hell, and it’s delightful.
The funny thing about seeing all of Netflix’s Defenders fighting together is that when you think about it, they all kinda have a variation of the same archetypical superpower. The Defenders aren’t just the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s street-level heroes, they all punch things really hard—and that’s part of what makes…
Comic book fans know that The Defenders’ Iron Fist and Luke Cage are destined to work together. But we’ve seen the trailers, we’ve seen the two of them fighting, and we know that it’s not friendship at first sight. So, what is the root of the problem?
It sounds like an insult to say that The Defenders is exactly what you thought it would be, but it isn’t. It’s a show that’s very aware of the expectations put upon it and the problems encountered by the other Marvel Netflix shows, and it knows how to best utilize its cast and its time. In other words, it’s great.
Matt Murdock’s Catholic upbringing and his deep feelings of guilt are just as important to Daredevil as his enhanced senses. So it shouldn’t be a shock to see Matt take confession in this new clip from the first episode of The Defenders—although it is kind of surprising that even the priest would like him to stop…
The Defenders have taken over Comic-Con in a big way Friday evening giving us teasers for Punisher, a taste of what’s to come in Iron Fist, and even for fans attending the panel, a sneak peak of Defenders’ first episode. But for us at home, we get this glorious new trailer to revel in, and it’s so, so good.
Ever sat down to bingewatch Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, or Iron Fist and wondered “Hey, what these shows really need is Stan Lee being driven around in a car and lurking creepily in the background” to yourself? Well my friends, does Netflix Korea have the trailer for you.
Behind the camera, though. Not on the screen.