‘Iron Fist’ Gets Season 2 September Launch Date On Netflix

‘Iron Fist’ Gets Season 2 September Launch Date On Netflix

You might very well be all Hyundai'd (and Maroon 5'd) out after those annoyingly repetitive World Cup ads, but the Korean carmaker has struck back with something cool: an Iron Man-inspired Kona. The others include "Daredevil", "Jessica Jones", "Luke Cage", "The Defenders", and "The Punisher", of which the second season is now filming.

Rumor (and a Comic-Con panel) has it that the look gets even better later in the series, as he actually dons the classic Iron Fist costume for at least one fight scene.

What were your thoughts on the Iron First season 2 trailer? The panel also confirmed that Alice Eve will join the cast as Mary Walker aka Typhoid Mary.

"I'm arrogant enough to think that Iron Fist appearing on our show has a different sensibility", he added.

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I won't say who, it's fairly evident once you watch the trailer, and I want to leave you the choice of going in unfettered. The rest of the cast and moderator Yvette Nicole Brown remaining quite and giving the man time to address his fans.

But some changes are afoot: season one showrunner and guy-who-ruined-Dexter Scott Buck is not in charge of this operation, after running the Marvel Television/ABC/IMAX collaboration Inhumans into the fucking ground.

In the leaked still above, it Dhawan's Davos rather than Danny Rand seen wearing the iconic mask. Already, Metzner is making some changes, as the second season moves primarily to Chinatown and will feature Misty Knight! But we don't get to see that in this teaser just yet. For those who are wondering about the second season's availability, you'll be pleased to learn that you won't have to wait much longer as Iron Fist's second season will be released on the 7th of September and will be available for streaming via Netflix.

The trailer shows what we expected from Rand at the end of Defenders. That would've been ridiculous because he was not fully accomplished as the Iron Fist yet and he certainly didn't have the right or the responsibility to be putting on a superhero costume. But Danny Rand's appearance in Luke Cage Season 2 should give fans hope. "Our relationship is more than just product placement as we aim to create custom experiences that resonate with the Marvel audience".

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