That headline is no joke. Season 1 of Netflix and Marvel’s Iron Fist was a huge disappointment, to say the least. However, we knew that Finn Jones would be playing the character in the long run. And The Defenders making the story about him did not help the character’s cause. But don’t expect that awful streak to continue.
Netflix and Marvel revealed their first trailer for Iron Fist season 2 over at San Diego Comic-Con last night, and just watching it, that one trailer looks like an improvement over the first season. The fighting looks sharper, as opposed to very choppy. Check out how Danny Rand will protect the city and when Netflix will release season 2, below.
Two trailers and a viral campaign later, we have our third trailer for the upcoming J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek Into Darkness. Though it is a bit of a retread on what we have seen before, this trailer puts emphasis on just how vulnerable the Starship Enterprise really is, and just how eager Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) is to avenge the glorious Federation after it has been hit by numerous interstellar terrorist attacks.
Hit the jump to check out the final trailer for the film.
Just what does it mean to be outgunned, outmanned, and outmatched in the Star Trek universe? Well, based on this trailer, it looks like the people of the starship Enterprise have their work cut out for them. But no matter what stands before our heroes, Captain Kirk knows what he has to do to put an end to the villainous John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch). So, we will see how strong Kirk’s will is to put a stop to Harrison when Star Trek Into Darkness opens in theaters on May 17, 2013.
It’s pretty well-known that if J.J. Abrams is going to be attached to anything, we won’t know much about it until we see the actual film. It’s something of a standard practice for the filmmaker to keep the audiences interested throughout the production of his projects, and although Star Trek Into Darkness is just under two month away, we are still nowhere closer to finding out the details of Benedict Cumberbatch’s villainous character in the sequel. But some new pictures from Empire should be more than enough to whet our geek appetite until the film’s release.
A second teaser trailer has been released for Star Trek Into Darkness, J.J. Abrams‘ follow-up to his 2009 reboot Star Trek.
You can watch the new teaser trailer here below.
The basic premise is that Kirk and his crew of the Enterprise are on a mission to stop Benedict Cumberbatch’s mysterious Khan-like character, and to do so, they apparently need to maneuver a Millennium Falcon-like ship through an astroid field and then fly it into a tight trench to blow up the Death Star. From what I understand, this is the footage Abrams showed that landed him the Star Wars: Episode VII directing gig.