Just a couple weeks ago, confirmation came in that Marvel had found their Jessica Jones, for their next Netflix series (after Daredevil), and now they've found their Luke Cage who will also star in the 13-episode show. Come inside to learn more about his role along with some quotes from Marvel.
What a week for comic book roles being cast huh?! Earlier this week the official cast (or bulk of it) for David Ayer's Suicide Squad was announced, and today Marvel is on the Prowl. They've officially confirmed that Benedict Cumberbatch will bring Doctor Strange to life, and it sounds like Krysten Ritter will be Jessica Jones on Netflix. Come inside to learn more!
At a panel during the New York Comic Con, Marvel brought the cast of the upcoming Daredevil show for Netfilx, in which they revealed new details and the first official image of the man without fear in costume. Come inside to learn more!
Daredevil’s best friend Foggy Nelson will be at his side once again in the scarlet-clad hero’s upcoming Netflix series. DD’s BFF will be played by Elden Henson.
The man best known for putting a hole in the chest of the most iconic drill sergeant in the history of American cinema is about to step into the shoes of one of Marvel’s iconic villains.
Marvel's got a slew of shows it's bringing to Netflix over the next couple years, and first up is going to be Daredevil, the man without fear, and one of the superheroes fans have been hoping to see in action once again. Now, Marvel has selected the man who will don the mask and portray the blind lawyer: Charlie Cox. Come inside to check out the official announcement!
Marvel Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer and former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada says that the upcoming Netflix Daredevil series will be written with the knowledge that many people today prefer to ‘binge watch’ (also called ‘Marathon’ watching) their favorite shows, rather than watching them weekly.
In the technology world, it’s an ever growing battle between technology and the services that provide them. One side wants to innovate, but the other side wants money on the booming project. Thus we have cable providers angry and the cable publishers and so on. The latest trend seems to be internet providers getting angry with, well, the content they are supposed to provide.
Netflix is flexing its muscles once again by bringing what has become known as Star Wars: The Clone Wars - The Lost Missions to the millions of subscribers of their streaming services. If fans of "a Galaxy Far, Far Away" weren't already plugged into their services, I'm sure they are now. Not only has the company acquired the rights for the sixth season's thirteen episodes, but all five of the previous seasons which were originally only available through Cartoon Network and on Blu-ray and DVD.
In just a little over a week's time, Lucasfilm will at long last release the final episodes of Star Wars The Clone Wars (called The Lost Missions) on Netflix. If you're an eager fan (as I am) that still seems like way too long. Fortunately, a new look at the final season has been released via a brand new official trailer. Come inside to check it out!