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A Lot of People Will Die in Luke Cage Season 1

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After playing a big role Jessica Jones’s Netflix outing, Luke Cage is just about geared up for his very own series on Netflix, one that will reportedly see a lot of people die in the first season.

We know a little about the man with the impenetrable skin thanks to Jessica Jones but very little about his standalone show. The first teaser reminded us of his super strength and impeccable one-liners but, like you, we want more!

Mike Colter, the man who plays Luke Cage, was fortunate enough to share a lot on what we could expect in a lengthy interview with Entertainment Weekly, notably that the Marvel hero has a very cool backstory and will have his hand full from the onset:

“There are politicians and then there are shady characters that function on the other side of the law. Who does what? I won’t say, but this becomes a situation where there are a lot of people who want to help Harlem and think they have Harlem’s best interests, but, ultimately, just because they think or say they have Harlem’s best interests, sometimes they’re being very selfish or being very short-sighted. So sometimes what they’re doing is actually harming the community.”

That’s quite the responsibility for any man to shoulder, but if anyone is up for the job, it’s Luke Frickin’ Cage! Colter added:

“… this is where Luke comes in because Luke is a person who likes to, he observes and he listens and he takes in to account what people tell him, and he’s a pretty smart guy himself and he understands that some peoples’ way may not be the best in the big picture so ultimately Luke has to get involved because there are a lot of things that happen, a lot of people get hurt, a lot of lives are lost and unfortunately he’s the only one who is capable of actually helping deal with this because sometimes the law enforcement is actually not the best because they’re not aware or they’re not capable, or maybe they’re corrupt. So, without getting into too many details, Luke Cage is gonna have to step up and be the man.”

The “a lot of lives are lost” bit has us especially intrigued and makes Luke Cage sound less like Daredevil and Jessica Jones and more like an Avengers-level project? Brace yourself for some truly enthralling television.

Starring Mike Colter, Mahershala Ali, Alfre Woodard, Simone Missick, Theo Rossi, Rosario Dawson, Frank Whaley, and Sônia Braga, Luke Cage Season 1 arrives exclusively on Netflix on September 30, 2016.

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Here’s Who Plays Who In The Witcher Netflix Series

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There are up to 50 actors in the promising Netflix Series, least of which is Man of Steel’s Henry Cavill as the iconic White Wolf.

Henry Cavill wasn’t kidding when he expressed a desire to join Netflix’s The Witcher.

The British actor, best know for playing Superman in the Man of Steel and Justice League movies, is a fan of both the fantasy novels and CD Projekt’s RPG series, letting it be known that he would love to play Geralt of Rivia. His wish has come true.

Freya Allan (Into the Badlands) will star alongside Cavill as Ciri, Geralt’s adoptive daughter in The Witcher series, while badass sorceress Yennefer will be played by Anya Chalotra (The ABC Murders). Yennefer is also Ciri’s mother figure and Geralt’s true love.

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Prominent cast members of The Witcher Netflix series

Jodhi May (Game of Thrones) takes the helm as Queen Calanthe, with Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson (Fortitude) serving as the the knight Eist, her husband. Adam Levy (Knightfall, Snatch) plays Mousesack the druid.

Tissaia (MyAnna Buring, Ripper Street, Kill List) leads the magical academy at Aretuza, where novice sorcerers Fringilla (Mimi Ndiweni, Black Earth Rising) and Sabrina (Therica Wilson-Read, Profile) are training.

Also joining the cast is Millie Brady (The Last Kingdom, Teen Spirit) as the outcast Princess Renfri.

It seems like a good mix of newcomers and star talent. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, showrunner and executive producer Lauren Schmidt Hissrich revealed that the cast is currently up to 50 actors, and over 200 people auditioned for the Ciri role alone.

Are you satisfied with the casting for The Witcher Netflix Series? What changes would you make?

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George R.R. Martin Didn’t Want Game of Thrones To End

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Season 8 marks the end, but it didn’t have to be so.

If Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin had his way, the show wouldn’t end after eight seasons, revealing to Variety that the unpopular decision laid solely with showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

Martin would have liked to see it continue for several years yet, stating:

“We could’ve gone 11, 12, 13 seasons. David and Dan have been saying for like five seasons that seven seasons is all they would go. We got them to go to eight but not any more than that. There was a period like five years ago when they were saying seven seasons and I was saying 10 seasons and they won, they’re the ones actually working on it. I know all of the actors, as great as they are, all the actors are anxious to get on and play other roles. They don’t want to spend their entire lives playing one role and that’s fine, that’s great, we had such an amazing cast.”

HBO is in Martin’s camp and is so keen to extend the life of its flagship series that it has began work on several spinoff series.

Tentatively titled The Long Night, the first of HBO’s spinoffs takes place thousands of years in the past and chronicles the world’s descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour.

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Netflix Is Turning Diablo Video Game Into Animated Series

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It’s yet another vido game adaptation for the popular media services provider.

Netflix is bringing another video game franchise to the small screen after the success of its Castlevania series, and it’s Diablo.

A twitter post by Boom! Studios founder Andrew Cosby confirmed that an animated adaptation of Diablo is in the works.

Created by Blizzard in 1996, the Diablo franchise is set in the Kingdom of Khanduras, where a lone hero (the player) fights to rid the world of Diablo, the Lord of Terror. It was succeeded by the critically-acclaimed Diablo II in 2000 and Diablo III in 2012.

Cosby is credited with creating the TV series Eureka, which ran for five seasons between 2006 and 2012, and penned the script for the Hellboy reboot.

How do you want the Diablo animated series to turn out? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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