Actor Mustafa Shakir, who played Bushmaster/John McIver in Season 2, has , and he’s not happy. Shakir posted an angry image of his character from the show on . “They cancelled LC and well, I got a little upset,” he wrote. “I’ll be ok guys….But they might not be!!! #mewe #impissed #rawwwr #lukecage” RELATED: A post shared by (@_mustafashakir_) on Oct 20, 2018 at 6:09am PDT Netflix cancelled Luke Cage on Friday, with creative differences reportedly being the reason for the choice. The streaming service cancelled Luke Cage just a week . Although a report later surfaced would return in some way in the future, it’s unclear whether Luke Cage will reappear. Some fans have speculated that the cancellation of the two shows indicates Marvel and Netflix are intending to go forward with a Heroes for Hire series. RELATED: Petitions to bring back both and have surfaced since the two shows were cancelled. Streaming now on Netflix, Marvel’s Luke Cage Season 2 stars Mike Colter, Simone Missick, Alfre Woodard, Theo Rossi, Mustafa Shakir, Gabrielle Dennis, Rosario Dawson and Reg E. Cathey. The post appeared first on .
Following news that on Netflix, fans of the Marvel show have begun a petition to have it renewed. The is well on its way to its 500 target and is expected to overshoot that due to the show’s popularity. While it may not have been well-received as Daredevil or Jessica Jones, the series surely has a couple thousand fans who’ll make their voices heard. This follows Iron Fist getting canceled as well, although The Punisher and Jessica Jones will feature in solo shows next year on the streaming service. RELATED: “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful,” Marvel said in its statement on Luke Cage’s cancelation, “to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.” The decision caught fans off-guard, as the last season ended with Luke becoming a criminal kingpin. Iron Fist actor Finn Jones , while the actor who plays Luke, Mike Colter, as Power Man. That said, with , fans are holding out hope all these vigilantes will be reunited there for at least one final hurrah. KEEP READING: The post appeared first on .
Star Wars creator George Lucas recently paid a visit to the set of Jon Favreau’s upcoming live-action series. According Favreau’s post on , the visit took place on Favreau’s 52nd birthday, which was on Friday. The photo appears to have been taken in one of the show’s cantinas, and a bottle of Skywalker wine sits on the table in front of the two men. RELATED: A post shared by (@jonfavreau) on Oct 19, 2018 at 2:10pm PDT Lucas’ set visit didn’t end there. Favreau with both Lucas and Star Wars Rebels co-creator Dave Filoni. It’s not clear at this time why Lucas was on set. However, Filoni is reportedly , so production is likely starting on one of those two episodes. A post shared by (@jonfavreau) on Oct 19, 2018 at 6:25pm PDT the Return of the Jedi and before The Force Awakens, The Mandalorian will “follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.” Though the most well known Mandalorians are Jango and Boba Fett, the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series provided more insight into the Mandalorian culture. The Clone Wars featured multiple storylines centered around the planet and its eventual siege, and Star Wars Rebels saw the planet’s rescue from the Empire thanks to Sabine of Clan Wren and Bo-Katan. RELATED: The Mandalorian will arrive on the Disney streaming service sometime in 2019. The post appeared first on .
Another Netflix MCU series bites the dust, as will not be returning for a third season. Despite the return of Daredevil this weekend for its third season, the Hero of Harlem wasn’t so lucky. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful,” said Marvel in a statement, “to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.” RELATED: Luke Cage’s second season arrived this past summer and introduced Bushmaster as the primary antagonist, along with a team-up between the title hero and Iron Fist and the debut of Misty Knight’s robotic arm. The reason for the cancellation, supposedly, boils down to creative differences, though showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker had previously said he had plans for the series if it returned. The series’ second season saw Luke become a crime boss after Mariah Dillard died and gave everything she owned to him in her will in the finale. This is the second cancellation for Marvel, as last week saw the surprise axing of Iron Fist, which had its own Season 2 debut last month. Though Daredevil’s future is uncertain, Jessica Jones and The Punisher will both return for new seasons next year. (via ) The post appeared first on .
With the principal photography on EPIX’s live-action DC Comics adaptation expected to begin next week, the prequel series has just cast the principal antagonist for its debut season. Paloma Faith (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) has been cast as Bet Sykes, a sadistic and sharp-tongued villain for the former SAS soldier. RELATED: The ten-episode first season is expected to begin principal photography on Monday in London for a premiere sometime next year. Showing the untold early days of Bruce Wayne’s future butler Alfred Pennyworth, the upcoming series takes place in 1960s London and follows the titular character fresh out of the British military and forming his own private security company with Bruce’s eventual father Thomas Wayne. RELATED: Produced by Warner Horizon Television, the Warner Bros. Television division behind such dramas as Krypton, Animal Kingdom and Longmire, Pennyworth will reunite Heller with Gotham‘s Danny Cannon, who will executive produce and direct the pilot. Heller will write and executive produce. The series stars Jack Bannon as its title character with Ben Aldridge as Thomas Wayne, Paloma Faith as Bet Sykes, Ryan Fletcher as Dave Boy, and Hainsley Lloyd Bennett as Bazza. The post appeared first on .
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of , “Inmate 4587,” which aired Monday October 15 on The CW. Not long after Season 6 of Arrow concluded, it was announced that Colton Haynes was returning to the series as a regular member of the cast for Season 7. Haynes had departed the CW series midway through its third season, and had made sporadic guest appearances throughout subsequent seasons. However, this marked the first time in four years that the actor was now back to series regular status — something that obviously had a lot of fans excited for his return. What was even more intriguing was the fact that no one in the Arrow production team would tell us what Roy’s role in Season 7 would be. Even more mysterious, the character was nowhere to be seen in the trailers, promos and posters hyping the premiere of the season. Finally, the mystery was put to bed last Monday when the new season of Arrow premiered. At the close of the episode, we discovered that part of the story was now being told in flash-foward form — Oliver Queen’s son , and he has traveled to the island of Lian Yu where he meets . RELATED: In the episode itself, we only caught a brief glimpse of Arsenal in the dark, but what little we saw confirmed that he was still skilled in archery and wearing a superhero costume. Well now, thanks to a new picture from the set of Arrow, we have a clear look at future Roy’s costume. just cast Older William as a series Regular this year. And the showrunner said the new "Flash Forwards" will be a thing in every future season of the show until it goes off the air — Charlie Schneider (@AwesomEmergency) As we can see, Arsenal’s costume still looks like the old one he used to wear back when he was the Arrow’s partner fighting crime in Star City. However, it looks considerably worn and torn, and the added presence of a black combat vest makes us wonder how long Roy has been sequestered on the island. When Roy left town in Season 3, he bequeathed his uniform to Thea Queen, who has since left the series. This means that, somehow, in the future, Roy gets his old costume back, and finds himself on Lian Yu. But why? We’ll just have to keep watching to find out. RELATED: Airing Mondays at 8 pm ET/PT on The CW, Arrow stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, Rick Gonzalez as Wild Dog, Echo Kellum as Mr. Terrific, Juliana Harkavy as Black Canary and Katie Cassidy as Black Siren. The post appeared first on .
The latest Arrowverse crossover event, titled “Elseworlds,” is currently in the midst of shooting, and we’ve recently been literally swarmed with set pictures hinting at not only the scope of this latest superhero extravaganza, but also the rather unexpected twists that will unfold in the three-part event. From Superman in a black version of his costume to Barry Allen and Stephen Amell assuming the identities of the Trigger Twins and Green Arrow and The Flash swapping superhero identities, there seems to be a whole lot of different threads unfolding in “Elseworlds.” And if all that weren’t enough, yesterday brought our first official look at Grimm actress on what appeared to be a classic location from the Superman mythos, the Kent farm. RELATED: More pictures later surfaced, revealing that Amell and Gustin were both also on the set of Clark Kent’s Kansas homestead. And now, it appears we have confirmation that this location is, in and of itself, a bit of a crossover with the fan-favorite teen Superman series, Smallville. In fact, it was confirmed on Twitter that, if the location seems familiar to fans, it’s because it is the exact same farmhouse that was featured in the Tom Welling-starring series. fans: It looks like a familiar house will be seen in this year's crossover… they're going to the "real" Kent Farm! — KryptonSite (@KryptonSite) Does this mean that the Arrowverse will finally be crossing over with Smallville, something that fans have been hoping for for a long time? Probably not. But it’s still interesting to note that the Smallville Kent house itself is so iconic that there was no need to find another to replace it. Whatever is going on in “Elseworlds,” it should be an unexpected treat for fans to see the full breadth of the Arrowverse superheroes, from Green Arrow and The Flash to Supergirl, pay visit to such an iconic location. RELATED: DCTV returns to The CW this fall with The Flash leading the charge on Tuesday, October 9 with its Season 5 premiere at 8 PM ET/PT, followed by Season 2 of Black Lightning at 9 PM. Supergirl will follow the next week on Sunday, October 14 at 8 PM, with Arrow the next day on Monday, October 15 at 8 PM. Finally, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will return on Monday, October 22 at 9 PM. The highly-anticipated “Elseworlds” crossover will air over three nights, from Dec. 9 to Dec. 11. The post appeared first on .
With coming to a close next year, one of Batman’s most dangerous enemies, , played by actor Shane West. So far, however, no full body pictures detailing the show’s portrayal of “the Man Who Broke the Bat” have surfaced thus far, but a tweet from West gives fans a small peek at how the show may approach the character. In a post on his Twitter, West showed off a script for Gotham on his desk with the word “Savage” written across a big black smudge at the bottom of the series logo. The actor’s morning repast, meanwhile, sits in a container with the words “Shane (or shall I say…Bane)” covering the lid. RELATED: But the true eye candy of the picture is a black glove next to the container, with a metal contraption on the back of the hand, indicating that the show will keep the source of Bane’s terrifying strength, the addictive drug known as Venom. Got a little message yesterday with my brekkie….
Fresh off the surprise cancellation of , Netflix has assured investors that the streaming service is pleased with the performance of the other Marvel superhero drams and in control of their futures. In a quarterly earnings call, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos briefly touched upon the status of the Marvel series — Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and The Punisher — in the wake of the . RELATED: “Those shows are for us to cancel,” explained Sarandos. “And we’re super happy with their performance so far.” The statement confirms earlier statements by Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb that on whether the dramas would be renewed or canceled. RELATED: In the meantime, the inaugural Marvel Netflix series, Daredevil, returns for its third season on Friday, while principal photography on Season 2 of The Punisher concluded this summer with an anticipated premiere in early 2019. Similarly, the third season of Jessica Jones is filming, and while Luke Cage has not been officially renewed, showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker has reportedly to develop a new season. (via ) The post appeared first on .
Coming hot off the heels of yesterday’s , The CW has now revealed even more photos from the upcoming Breakfast Club-inspired flashback episode of Season 3, during which the show’s young cast will play teenage versions of their characters’ parents. One of the most noteworthy takeaways from these photos is all the apparent flirtations and flings that were happening among Riverdale‘s parents when they were in high school, many of which have been alluded to in the show thus far. RELATED: Young Fred Andrews can be seen having moments with Hermione and Alice (which would explain a lot about Archie.) Speaking of Hermione, she can also be seen having a close encounter with one F.P. Jones. Moreover, it appears that the love affair between Sheriff Keller and Mayor McCoy may have started much earlier than previously thought. On that note, this photoset also marks the first look at Casey Cott as young Sheriff Keller. Additionally, Trevor Stines, who played Jason Blossom in Season 1, will return to play a younger version of Jason’s father (and murderer) Clifford when he and Penelope were still dating. Finally, these images continue to emphasize the Breakfast Club influence, making it clear that the parents of Riverdale were vastly different from one another during their schooling days in terms of their social archetypes, from a biker gang member like Alice to F.P. the football star. RELATED: Airing on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET/PT on The CW, Riverdale stars KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, Ashleigh Miller, Casey Cott, Mark Consuelos, Skeet Ulrich, Marisol Nichols, Madchen Amick and Luke Perry. The post appeared first on .
SPOILER WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for “Inmate 4587,” the Arrow Season 7 premiere. Actor Ben Lewis has been cast as the adult version of Oliver Queen’s son William for the flash forward sequences of Season 7. He made his first appearance in “Inmate 4587,” the season premiere. “Thanks, dad! Humbled and proud to be your (TV) son,” Lewis told Arrow star Stephen Amell in over Twitter. “Especially after watching that premiere!” RELATED: Thanks Dad! Humbled & proud to be your (TV) son… especially after watching that premiere!
The Conners showrunner Bruce Helford has explained why the series chose to kill off Rosanne Barr’s character with a prescription drug overdose. Roseanne returned to television in 2017 to strong ratings, but Barr’s racist statements on Twitter in May of 2018 got the show canceled by ABC. The series was eventually revived as The Conners, returning to television screens earlier this week. While almost the entire cast and crew have returned, Roseanne (and the character heavily based on her) have been written off the show. In the first episode of The Conners, the character of Roseanne is revealed to have died of a painkiller overdose. This actually played off the character’s growing addiction to the drugs following surgery, which was a minor subplot of the Roseanne revival. RELATED: Writing an op-ed for , Roseanne and The Conners showrunner Bruce Helford elaborated on his decision to ultimately kill off the character instead of just writing her off the show. “There was a lot of chatter in the ether about how we should explain Roseanne’s absence,” said Helford. “Should she have a sudden heart attack, a mental breakdown or go off into the sunset on a boat with her son Jerry Garcia? But back in the writers room, we firmly decided against anything cowardly or far-fetched, anything that would make the fierce matriarch of the Conners seem pathetic or debased.” Helford also saw the decision as an opportunity to explore a serious topic; the rise of opioid-related deaths in America. “I wanted a respectful sendoff for her, too: One that was relevant and could inspire discussion for the greater good about the American working class, whose authentic problems are often ignored by broadcast television,” said Helford. “If you watched the first episode, I hope you’ll agree we did that.” RELATED: For her part, Roseanne Barr for the way her character was written off the show. The actor and comedian has spent the last few months defending herself and the sense of humor that got her fired from the ABC series. She released a statement after the episode aired, decrying the death. The statement reads in-part that “[the death] was done through an opioid overdose lent an unnecessary grim and morbid dimension to an otherwise happy family show.” Airing Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC, The Conners stars John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, Michael Fishman, Emma Kenney, Ames McNamara, Jayden Rey and Maya Lynne Robinson. The post appeared first on .
The final poster for the third season of encourages Matt Murdock to let the devil out. After the character’s apparent demise at the end of The Defenders, fans have been eagerly anticipating Daredevil’s return to Netflix in the third season of his own series. That wait is almost over, as the 13 new episodes arrive Friday on Netflix. Get ready to let the Devil out. — Daredevil (@Daredevil) Posted by the official Daredevil Twitter account, the brooding shot sees Murdock shedding his classic Daredevil costume and embracing the black suit that he wore before taking on his superhero mantle. The reveal of the black suit is nothing new, and fans have known for a while that Murdock will be back to black in Season 3. Inspired, in part, by , Daredevil will continue the black theme with a much darker run. The red suit will still get its time to shine when it is worn by someone else. Wilson Bethel joins Daredevil as FBI Agent Benjamin “Dex” Poindexter and will become the puppet of Wilson Fisk as he assumes the Bullseye persona. With the Season 3 trailer showing Murdock framed by Bullseye for a series of bloody crimes, it’s unclear how long Daredevil will be resigned to his black suit. RELATED: Arriving Friday on Netflix, Marvel’s Daredevil Season 3 stars Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Joanne Whaley, Vincent D’Onofrio and Wilson Bethel. The post appeared first on .
In the upcoming flashback episode of Season 3, titled “The Midnight Club”, the young stars of the popular CW series will be stepping in to play their characters’ respective parents when they were students at Riverdale High School during the early ’90s. A set of photos released by provide a first look at the previous generation of Bulldogs as they try to solve a mystery years before their children would be doing the same. RELATED: The photos in question show off K.J. Apa rocking his natural hair color to play a young Fred Andrews, Lili Reinhart as Alice Cooper before she renounced her Southside roots, Cole Sprouse as former football star F.P. Jones, Camila Mendes as Hermione Gomez (soon to be Lodge), Ashleigh Murray as Sierra Samuels (now known to the town of Riverdale as Mayor Sierra McCoy) and Madelaine Petsch as a young Penelope Blossom. It was also revealed by showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa that the case Riverdale’s parents tried to crack in their youth is connected to Season 3’s main mystery, which revolves around a peculiar tabletop game. “One of the things that the kids discover pretty early on is that the murder victims in the present were playing a game called Gryphons & Gargoyles, which is of course the Riverdale version of Dungeons & Dragons,” Aguirre-Sacasa said. “And what our kids in the present day discover is that their parents, when they were in high school, were also playing this game and there was a similar murder that happened in the past.” Lili Reinhart, who plays Betty Cooper and young Alice, also commented on the episode, adding, “Young Alice is so different from the Alice that you see today. She’s not just this uptight, precocious, looks-down-upon-everyone teen — like she was a Serpent. So that gives her young personality a lot.” RELATED: “The Midnight Club” is set to air on Wednesday, Nov. 7. In addition to the pictured cast members, the episode will also guest star Mark Consuelos’ son Michael Consuelos as a young Hiram Lodge, as well as Breakfast Club alum Anthony Michael Hall as Principal Featherhead. Airing on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET/PT on The CW, Riverdale stars KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madeleine Petsch, Ashleigh Miller, Casey Cott, Mark Consuelos, Skeet Ulrich, Marisol Nichols, Madchen Amick and Luke Perry. The post appeared first on .
Hoping to reinvent the long-running zombie show with a time-jump, a whole host of new characters and the departure of fan-favorites like Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan, is stumbling at the first hurdle. The AMC series’ revamped Season 9 just hit a new series low for ratings. reports that October 14’s “The Bridge” drew a disappointing Neilsen rating of 2.0 in the key 18-49 demographic and just 4.9 million viewers in the Live+Same Day numbers. To put this into context, The Walking Dead‘s previous demographic low was 2.4 back in Season 1. RELATED: Worryingly, the 4.9 million viewers is only just ahead of Season 1’s 4.7 million. “The Bridge” also managed to drop 20% of its audience from the Season 9 premiere. New showrunner Angela Kang proved there’s still life in The Walking Dead storywise with the first two episodes of Season 9, but there’s no escaping the network numbers. Season 9’s premiere pulled in 6.08 million viewers, which is a lot less than the Season 8 finale, and miles away from the 11.44 million who tuned in for the Season 8 premiere. Added to this, both The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead have a history of losing viewers after a big character death. After the Season 7 premiere brutally offed Glenn and Abraham, The Walking Dead dropped from 17 million to 12.5 viewers. The show also slumped from 8.3 million to 6.82 million following Carl’s death, and with The Walking Dead facing the possibility of Rick Grimes becoming its biggest death ever, one has to wonder where the shows numbers will go once he’s gone. RELATED: Airing Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Lennie James, Alanna Masterson, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. The post appeared first on .
Kristen Chenoweth has confirmed that she won’t be appearing in the upcoming season of . Chenoweth (Trial and Error) appeared in the first season of the Starz adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel. She played Easter, a god of fertility and spring who the enigmatic Mr. Wednesday tries to recruit for his upcoming war with the “new” gods. American Gods has been going through a great deal of behind-the-scenes drama following the departure of original head writer/showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. RELATED: While speaking to about her involvement in the upcoming NBC special A Very Wicked Halloween, Chenoweth explained that she has a great deal of loyalty to Fuller, who had previously worked with the actor on Pushing Daises. That loyalty seems to make coming back to the show without him a non-starter. “I couldn’t come back without him,” said Chenoweth. “Bryan’s my guy.” Chenoweth isn’t the first cast member to announce they wouldn’t not be coming back to the fantasy series. Gillian Anderson, who played Media in the first season, announced last year that she would not be returning to the show either. American Gods is scheduled to return to Starz sometime in 2019. The post appeared first on .
On the heels of announcing , Epix’s upcoming Batman prequel has found Bruce Wayne’s father, Thomas Wayne. Production begins Oct. 22 at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in England. Written and developed by Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller, the upcoming series centers on Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred Pennyworth, a former British SAS soldier in his 20s, who forms a security company in 1960s London with young billionaire Thomas Wayne, who’s not yet Bruce’s father. RELATED: Ben Aldridge (Fleabag, Skinny Dip) will play Thomas Wayne, described as a young, fresh-faced billionaire from the East Coast of the United States. Confident and extremely disciplined, the young aristocrat meets an unlikely business partner in Alfred. Owned by MGM, the premium cable channel . RELATED: First appearing in 1939 in Detective Comics #33, Thomas Wayne is traditionally depicted as a gifted physician and philanthropist who inherited a fortune. The murders of Thomas and his wife Martha during a street robbery are what spur young Bruce Wayne to take on the costumed identity of Batman. Produced by Warner Horizon Television, the Warner Bros. Television division behind such dramas as Krypton, Animal Kingdom and Longmire, Pennyworth will reunite Heller with Gotham‘s Danny Cannon, who will executive produce and direct the pilot. Heller will write and executive produce. The post appeared first on .
Lauren Hissrich has something to say about dealing with Twitter backlash. The showrunner for Netflix’s upcoming The Witcher series re-addressed fans’ mixed reaction to earlier today. When someone asked Hissrich how to “deal with the hate” within the fandom, Hissrich responded in a series of positivity-packed tweets. Hi. Good question. I’d be lying to say it doesn’t impact me at times — I’m an actual human being! I’ve spent a year pouring my whole heart into this project, so when comments get personal and vicious, it can feel overwhelming. But — it’s not all hate. That’s important to know. — Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) Hang in there. Have faith. Don’t let it break your heart. Just remember — nothing can take the excitement for this show away from me, or you. And with that — I’m off for a bit! Time to go make this thing!! ♥️⚔️
With eighth and final season of coming this December, showrunner and executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos as issued a statement announcing the end of production on the critically acclaimed Netflix series. Dos Santos tweeted a message personally thanking the animated series’ cast, crew, and fans for their support since the revival series began production in June 2014, two years before its debut on Netflix on June 10, 2016. RELATED: It has been an honor. — Joaquim Dos Santos (@JDS_247) “This is it…our last day at DreamWorks on Voltron. It’s pretty surreal. We started this ride in June 2014 and we just had our final watchdown of the final episode of Season 8.” revealed Dos Santos. “I just wanted to take a moment and say that it has been an absolute honor and privilege to work alongside such a talented and dedicated cast and crew.” A modernized reboot of the classic Japanese animated series, Legendary Defender was a joint production between Netflix and DreamWorks Animation. Enlisting Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery to develop the new series based on their work on the previous animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, the revival debuted to critical acclaim and received a 78-episode commitment which it will fulfill following the completion of its eighth season. RELATED: “To the amazingly passionate VLN fandom, we couldn’t have made this journey without you.” Dos Santos continued. “Thank you for all your support over the years. Your passion, creativity, and love is infectious and has helped us pick up in tough times and creative low points.” The eighth and final season of Voltron: Legendary Defender premieres on December 14 on Netflix and stars Bex Taylor-Klaus, Jeremy Shada, Tyler Labine, Steven Yeun, Kimberly Brooks, Rhys Darby, and Josh Keaton. The post appeared first on .
that it would not renew for a third season, sending fans of the show into an emotional nosedive. Since then, actor Finn Jones, who plays Danny Rand/Iron Fist, thanking fans for their support. Now, Jones’ co-star Jessica Henwick, who plays Colleen Wing, has issued her own statement in the form of a video. The 1-minute montage, which Henwick posted on , features practice stunt work, bloopers, selfies and drive-by shots of New York from Henwick’s time on Iron Fist. The video is set to Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s 1967 R&B classic “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and starts with photos of Henwick and Jones together, one dated August 2016 and the other from August 2018. RELATED: The video ends with a statement from Henwick: “2 seasons of Iron Fist… 1 season of Defenders… And a cameo on Cage… Thank you to all the fans for making this journey so amazing!” In her caption, she added, “Playing Colleen changed my life.” A post shared by (@jhenwick) on Oct 13, 2018 at 6:29pm PDT After her Instagram post, Henwick posted a longer behind-the-scenes video to her . Iron Fist is the first Marvel superhero Netflix show to be officially given the boot. The show’s first season was critically panned with a disappointing 19% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but the follow-up had notably better reviews that cited vastly improved pacing, direction, writing and fight scenes. Unfortunately, this was not enough to keep the show going. RELATED: Despite canceling the series, there’s some indication Netflix isn’t done with Danny Rand just yet. Jones’ and Netflix’s statements were ambiguous, and a indicated that the character will appear in future MCU television shows. Out now on Netflix, Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2 stars Finn Jones as Danny Rand, Jessica Henwick as Colleen Wing, Sacha Dhawan as Davos, Tom Pelphrey as Ward Meachum, Jessica Stroup as Joy Meachum, Simone Missick as Misty Knight and Alice Eve as Mary Walker. The post appeared first on .