Netflix has shared the very first official Iron Fist trailer. The Marvel comic book version is centered on the character of the same name and will arrive on the Netflix streaming service on March 17.
The series, made up 13 one-hour episodes, is the fourth installment of Netflix’s Marvel show including Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage aka Power Man. The four shows will combine for The Defenders, an eight-episode miniseries where all the characters converge and team up. The Defenders is arriving on Netflix in midway into 2017. Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter lately shed some light on the future cooperation: “No one’s best friends in all The Defenders. It is the team-up where no one wants to work together.”
The character Iron Fist has seldom been seen in live action structure, but Disney and Marvel executive Bob Iger has implied that in the event the show succeeds, a complete film adaptation is “ ” that was entirely a possibility. Meanwhile, the Marvel Cinematic Universe lately released a new Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2 trailers during the Super Bowl
The Marvel-Netflix superhero universe is expanding quickly. Hot on the heels of autumn’s Luke Cage comes a brand new solo show centered on Daniel Rand, a young man who summons superhuman martial arts capability with a mysterious power known as the Iron Fist.
The new preview for Iron Fist reveals Jones’s long-lost Daniel Rand returning to New York 10 years after he vanished and crashed in a plane crash that killed his parents. There are some obvious similarities to Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins and Oliver Queen in Arrow.
“The last Defender arrives,” proclaims the Iron Fist trailer, teeing up Marvel and Netflix’s next new show The Defenders. Iron Fist will join up with Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Daredevil and who knows the Punisher may turn up to reluctantly save the world. Check out pictures of the Defenders
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