‘Iron Fist’ Launches at New York Comic Con; First Glimpse of the Series’ Teaser, ExposedBy Sarene Mae V. Butao
Marvel's famous "Iron Fist" finally had its launching at New York Comic Con on Saturday, wherein both the members of the cast and crew were very much into work as the first trailer of the highly awaited superhero hits the screen. The premiere episode of the anticipated series will happen on March 17 on Netflix.
The debut of the series' trailer was spearheaded by the head of television of Marvel Jeph Loeb, including cast members Finn Jones (Daniel Rand), David Wenham (Harold Meachum), Jessica Henwick (Colleen Wing), Tom Pelphrey (Ward Meachum), Jessica Stroup (Joy Meachum) as well as Rosario Dawson (Claire Temple), TV Line reported.
The trailer is teasing the depiction of Rand's character which is defined to be a living weapon. Rand's character is also called the 'final Defender'.The title is alluded to the known fact that "Iron Fist" is the last collaboration for Marvel and Netflix right before they launch the next awaited series, "The Defenders". The new series will feature superheroes which would include Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Iron Fist, according to the reports of Den of Geek.
On the one-hour panel held at the Javits Center main stage, sneak peeks were provided. There were atotal of five scenes shown which are cuts from the series. Jeph Loeb also shares during the panel that the production of the movie series was already finished.
Furthermore, Scott Buck, who is a member of the main cast of "Iron Fist," shares that he has been very reluctant with working on a comic-book series, but after witnessing the success of "Daredevil," he was persuaded that the show could actually showcase a real character that exists in a real world.
Dawson, who portrays the character of Claire Temple in all Netflix-Marvel collaboration, says that the show is the first series where she would really kick some villain's ass.
Lastly, Harold Meachum's actor Wenham shares that he took some examples of leaders of particular industries that exists in reality to be able to digest the complexity of the character's individuality and manifest what he learned in his performance.