The new season of Iron Fist is now here and I actually couldn’t be happier. The first season drew some pretty proper criticisms for its structural aspects and some fans are apparently still apprehensive in their lingering sentiments over the show’s star, Finn Jones. I have to say though that there’s plenty that comes out much better in the handling of the action to coincide with some of the drama.
It almost seems like September 7 can’t come any faster for anyone waiting for season two of Iron Fist. The Netflix superhero series has been pretty amplified in selling the show’s action since the summer comic-con crowd and it looks like it could finally pay off.
Netflix is ripe for a time these days in which martial arts dramas are continuing to reap the favor of fans. 2019 will certainly be of interest while Marvel’s Iron Fist maintains its course for next month, and the footage we’re seeing has only gotten better since the campaign began this summer.
The second season of Netflix series, Iron Fist, hasn’t even aired yet, but the wee hours of Saturday morning proved positive for the Marvel series with its PR campaign in full swing. Last week’s teaser itself, sampling the goods of the second show overseen by showrunner Raven Metzner, drew quite an impression while residual voices of those bearing witness to some more exclusive goods at SDCC this month rang even better.
I can’t really stress enough the kind of justice Cheo Hodari Coker did for actor Finn Jones’s cameo episode with Mike Colter in this year’s second season of Luke Cage. Jones’ series debut as Marvel superhero and Defender-to-be, Iron Fist, wasn’t the best received which cast an even better light on the compelling and chilling drama centered on his co-stars Tom Pelphrey and Jessica Stroup.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m beat!
I as much as anyone can’t wait to spend the weekend of March 17 digesting Netflix’s new Marvel installation, Iron Fist. Finn Jones stars in the title role based on the comic book tale of a young plane crash survivor who, years later, follows up with his mysterious return to New York City with a special skill set he’ll need to take down the plutocrats running his father’s business and legacy, and the city, into darkness.
Jones makes his case here in a recently-released featurette for the series in which he discusses these events and a whole lot more, with a cast that also includes Jessica Henwick, Jessica Henwick, Tom Pelphrey, Rosario Dawson and David Wenham. Check out the featurette below as well as a new animated poster.
Returning to New York City after being missing for years, Daniel Rand fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his incredible kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist.