Netflix’s final Defender, Iron Fist, made his debut at New York Comic-Con 2016 as the show’s first teaser trailer was screened.
There are few glimpses of K’un-Lun – the Shangri-la-like hidden Asian community where Danny Rand (Finn Jones) was the only white person to learn their martial arts and achieve the ultimate skill – the Iron Fist. We do see, briefly, Lei Kung, his teacher.
In what appears to be a signature bit in Netflix’s Marvel series, there is what looks like Danny’s taking on a corridor full of opponents. (It looks pretty spiffy).
Iron Fist premieres on March 17, 2017. check out the teaser after the break.
After all the whitewashing talk, it turns out that Matt Damon plays one of several heroes in Zhang Yimou’s The Great Wall – which also stars Jian Lian, Andy Lau and Pedro Pascal – as shown in a Chinese poster I found online.
A new trailer was screened today at New York Comic-Con 2016. Check it out after the jump.
The first trailer for Saban’s Power Rangers was screened today at New York Comic-Con 2016. It is a lot less cheesy than I was expecting – though there are some familiar moments that seem pretty traditional for superhero movies.
At Freeform’s New York Comic-Con 2016 panel for Beyond, the network announced that the entire first season of the series would be available for binge-watching multiple digital platforms, including the Freeform app, Freeform.com, On Demand and Hulu. The online release will be simultaneous with the broadcast premiere.
Beyond tells the story of Holden, a young man who comes out of a twelve-year coma to discover he has unique abilities – that ‘propel him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.’
Beyond premieres on Monday, January 2, 2017 (9/8C). check out the trailer after the jump.
Dirk Gently goes full weird; Doctor Who has a superheroic Christmas and it’s the first appearance of Doctor Who spin-off, Class! These are just some of the revelations in store for Whovians today at New York Comic-Con 2016.