Following the success of Daredevil on Netflix, Marvel has reached into its rich comic book universe to bring us another promising superhero TV show. Jessica Jones is ready for action, and its first trailer indicates a show that’s both action-packed and captivating.
We see Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad) play the titular hero, Jessica Jones, as she tries to rebuild her personal life and career as a hot-tempered, badass private detective in Hell’s Kitchen after her short-lived stint as a Super Hero ended in tragedy. Played by David Tennant (Dr. Who), The Purple Man is the R-rated show’s main antagonist and he appears to be an incredibly powerful villain with some scary abilities.
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Contrary to earlier reports, the world has a very dark and gritty tone that follows in the steps of Daredevil, which makes sense considering that Daredevil also takes place in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City.
Jessica Jones follows the basic plot of the critically acclaimed comic mini-series about a superhero named Jewel who retires after traumatic events and becomes a private investigator, but with some twists and turns to keep fans on their toes.
Also shown in the trailer is Mike Colter (Halo 5: Guardians) as Luke Cage, another iconic Marvel superhero who will receive his own Netflix show in 2016. In fact, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Daredevil and Iron Fist (yet another upcoming Netflix series) will eventually converge to create a crossover show called The Defenders.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones kicks off on November 20th, 2015, only on Netflix. Watch the trailer and let us know if it’s your kind of show…
Final ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Trailer Has The Avengers Go To Space
The Avengers go to space to take on Thanos in the final trailer for “Avengers: Endgame.”
Whereas the first trailer showed Stark stranded in a spacecraft, low on both oxygen and hope, and the second trailer showed him back on Earth, the third and final trailer sees him re-assemble the Avengers to bring Thanos to justice and save the universe.
The one-minute clip is light on details, but we are reminded of the team’s mantra of doing “whatever it takes” to try and undo the damage caused by the Mad Titan.
We get a scene with them zooming past planets in their spaceship, the Benatar, and another showing off some slick new white Avengers uniforms. The trailer closes off with a face-off between Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel, fresh off her blockbuster standalone debut to help out the desperate Avengers.
Whatever last-ditch plan they managed to put together will surely end in a big bang. How do you want things to turn out?
Watch The First Trailer For X-Men: Dark Phoenix
The Dark Phoenix has arrived to instill fear and wreak havoc.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix has received is first trailer, and it sees the X-Men forced into bring down one of their own. Consumed by the Phoenix Force, Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey is their most formidable and powerful foe to date.
Check out the trailer here, and let us know what you make of the first trailer of the latest X-Men movie in the comments below…
Have You Watched Netflix’s Godzilla Animated Film?
Godzilla goes CGI for the first time in franchise history.
For those not in the know, there is a new Godzilla animated movie series for Netflix. It is set 20,000 years into the future and follows a group of interstellar settlers who, after a failing a mission, return to an Earth ravaged by Godzilla and other kaiju for thousands of years. As they desperately attempt to recolonize, one youth who witnessed his parents’ death at the hand of the king of monsters plots for revenge.
Godzilla: Monster Planet (Godzilla: Kaiju Wakusei) is the first of three animated Godzilla films, and it was released in January 2018. Watch the trailer for an idea of what you’re in for…
Despite being one of the oldest movie franchises, going as far back as the mid-50s, Godzilla has never been animated in 3D until now. Netflix’s animated series is Created by Polygon Pictures (Ajin, Knights of Sidonia, Blame!), co-directed by Kobun Shizuno (Detective Conan) and Hiroyuki Seshita (Blame!), and written by Gen Urobuchi (Fate/Zero, Psycho-Pass).
Each film will have with English and Japanese subtitles, with other dubbing and subtitle options subject to region.