Luke Cage is back and about to face a foe that seems as tough (and bulletproof) as he is. Worse, Shades (Theo Rossi) and Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard) are still around to plague Harlem’s bulletproof hero.
On the plus side, Misty Knight is back – with a bionic surprise for anyone who wants to mess with her.
Marvel’s Luke Cage: Season 2 premieres on Netflix on Friday, June 22nd.
FX Networks today announced the arrival of The LEGION Chamber, an artistic video installation inspired by the FX drama series Legion which allows fans to step inside a 360-degree micro-theatre featuring a one-of-a-kind presentation by the internationally-acclaimed Marco Brambilla Studio.
This extraordinary visual art piece will take fans on a surreal journey through David’s altered states of reality, from March 30-April 1, at Goya Studios in Hollywood.
‘What are you? How did you end up like this? Are you going to kill me?’ Jessica Jones reiterates questions she’s most asked in a flat, disinterested voice.
This new behind-the-scenes look at Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season Two explores the characters – their growth/lack of same, and their attempts to find their place in the world – not in terms of superherodom, but as people.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season Two premieres on Netflix on International Women’s Day, Thursday, March 8th.
Marvel’s Inhumans was shot with IMAX cameras, so it doesn’t look like a typical pilot blown up to IMAX – with all the small screen inadequacies painfully apparent.
Instead, everything feels the right size, but the CG sets (the city of Attilan on the dark side of the moon) lack weight – which wouldn’t matter so much if the script was better and the acting of widely varied quality.
Although Netflix’s Marvel superhero shows play well to fans of the comics, a significant percentage of the audience for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luge Cage, Iron Fist and, now, the Defenders took a more circuitous route to these shows.