On June 21st, Netflix and Marvel hosted the premiere of the second season of their hit show “Luke Cage.”
MARVEL’S ‘THE DEFENDERS’, the Netflix equivalent of ‘THE AVENGERS’, is coming out this Frida. The Knockturnal had the chance to sit down with the four stars and members of the titular team. We first sat down with Charlie Cox (Daredevil) and Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones). We then talked with Mike Colter (Luke Cage) and Finn Jones (Iron Fist). Here are the highlights from our conversations!
Marvel’s ‘The Defenders,’ the anticipated culmination of Netflix series ‘Daredevil,’ ‘Jessica Jones,’ ‘Luke Cage,’ and ‘Iron Fist,’ premiered Monday night at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
NYU Tisch School of the Arts 2017 Gala was the place to be on Monday night.
The Netflix Marvel series, Luke Cage, threw it’s audience for a loop this season. Just as we thought the main villain, Cotton Mouth, was down and out and Luke Cage might finally get started on some “normal” superhero duties, in comes a new antagonist: Diamondback.
We had the recent pleasure of being invited to an exclusive sit down dinner with the cast of Marvel’s “Luke Cage” on Netflix. The dinner was hosted by the renowned Red Rooster in Harlem, New York. After dinner, guests were treated to an impromptu panel with some of the cast and its creators. See some of what they had to say after the jump.
The premiere of Marvel’s new series Luke Cage brought together masons from the comic, Hip Hop, and movie worlds respectively. OJ chopped things up with everyone from comic mastermind Jeph Loeb to famous Hip Hop journalist, and current show runner for Luke Cage, Cheo Coker. You can check out video of the interviews down below, as well as some quick highlights.
As we are finally in September and the Fall approaches, Netflix prepared a number of cinematic classics and Netflix Originals to stream on the platform.
The cinematic world of the second half of the 2016 looks so, so promising. Check out new movies arriving this year.
A ton of trailers are shown for the first time every year at San Diego Comic Con. This year’s con was no different. In order to make sense of the noise, we’ve compiled a list featuring only the biggest reveal trailers to come out of SDCC 2016. From film to television, Marvel to DC, these are the first-looks at some of the next couple years’ biggest entertainment franchises. There was plenty more that excited us coming out of SDCC including the new Sherlock trailer and that leaked footage of Spiderman, but everything below is brand-spanking new.
The trailer that gathered the most attention coming out of this year’s convention, Wonder Woman is quite the treat. Surely it has not taken this long (nearly ten years since Iron Man and The Dark Knight kicked off the comic book movie boom) for one of the most iconic American super heroes to get her own movie? Laments about Hollywood’s neglect of female and heroes of color aside, Gal Gadot kicks ass in this WWII era trailer, which looks to essentially be the first Captain America film but (hopefully) way way better.
Speaking of DC, it is hard to get legitimately stoked for anything in that cinematic universe following Man of Steel and Batman V. Superman. But this… this is awesome. Ezra Miller is the true star of this trailer as a witty Barry Allen that could completely change the grim tone that has been dragging these movies down to the depths where Aquaman resides. P.S. “Icky Thump” is my favorite White Stripes song.
Justice League takes a good position in the middle ground between comical and oh-my-god-the-world-is-on-fire-we-need-to-save-it, everyone get their serious masks on! Lego Batman doesn’t even try to take itself seriously, and that’s why we love it. We all know Will Arnett is doing fantastic voice work in this season of Bojack Horseman, so between him and the dream team that brought us The Lego Movie, this one is sure to be a delight. At very least it’s sure to be better than the last time we saw Batman and Robin on the big screen.
Kong: Skull Island
This one’s been in the works for a while, but we finally got a glance at it at SDCC. Sure, a King Kong origin story may not be the most exciting concept to everyone — I mean who is truly a fan of the King Kong franchise? — but it shows promise. It’s more original than just another reboot. Between Brie Larson, John Goodman and Tom Hiddleston, the cast alone is worth the hype.
Marvel’s Luke Cage
Luke Cage and OBD go together like peanut butter and jelly. I guess what I’m trying to say is there wasn’t too much surprise worthy in the reveal trailer of the next in the line of Marvel’s popular Netflix universe. But much in the same vein of Daredevil and Jessica Jones Cage seems very very good at punching dudes in the face, torso and lower body areas.
Marvel’s Iron Fist
The final member of Marvel’s Defenders, Iron Fist looks to take the same gritty tone as the previous three, but with a possible twist. There isn’t too much to this short teaser, but fans would know that what sets Danny Rand apart is the way his powers manifest. He is not simply stronger or a better fighter, but has mystical chi, which should be a fun production hurdle for Netflix and hopefully result in some awesome sequences.
Star Trek: Discovery
It’s been one hell of a week for Trekies. With the release of Justin Lin’s surprisingly well received Star Trek: Beyond (die-hard fans who hated on the Abrams films seem to be somewhat more pleased) and now this. We still dont’ know much about CBS’s 2017 program and this trailer really only shows of the ship, but it’s safe to say even a taste of a new Star Trek is sure to get fans of the new and old alike ready for a brand new adventure.