18 August, 2017
"I thought it would be a good idea if we all talked this over, like adults", Weaver says as she sits down to meet with Daredevil (Charlie Cox), his mentor Stick (Scott Glenn), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones).
Power Man and Iron Fist Meet for the First TimeHere, we see Danny and Luke facing off.
Even Defenders Gotta EatFighting an ancient crime organization that trains lethal ninjas is hard work, and there's nothing like some late-night Chinese food to re-up after a battle.
Floods claim 53 more lives in Assam, Bihar, West Bengal
He said 69.81 lakh people are in the grip of floods which has engulfed 98 blocks and 1,070 panchayats in the eastern state. Sonowal on Tuesday visited flood affected South Salmara-Mankachar district and took stock of the damages.
Tom Cruise injured in filming 'Mission: Impossible' stunt
The upcoming film's producer, David Ellison, stated that Cruise began training right after the release of Rogue Nation . He said: "What Cruise is doing in this movie I believe will top anything that's come before".
Newcastle poised to sign Kenedy on loan from Chelsea
There's no big advance right now to scare Deportivo, so they're getting confident again, and won't rule out Lucas Perez arriving. The 21-year-old caused offence with his ill-advised posts on social media.
Having three of the most acclaimed Marvel television shows teaming up and adding a science fiction legend in Weaver, the "The Defenders" looks to hit the ground running. It takes too much time ramping up, wastes its resources on unnecessary characters and subplots and lacks the visual appeal of Marvel's previous Netflix outings. If you have not seen these shows, you should definitely watch them on Netflix before watching The Defenders! .
The trailer also previews plenty of fight scenes, but it's not all doom and gloom-at one point Jessica Jones also manages to get in a amusing diss on the rather smug Iron Fist, so maybe he'll be taken down a few pegs in this series. She wants NY (and other cities) to crumble; she wants to "bring life where there is death;" and to "bring light into the dark". With the series officially launching tomorrow, we now have a final trailer which highlights Alexandra and her plan to take over the city.
"Everybody's so used to working on their own, they all feel that their way is the best way", said Mike Colter, who plays Cage, at a roundtable with journalists in NY. This comes after every super hero made their solo appearance on screen through Netflix. Remember all that Black Sky business at the end of "Daredevil" Season 2? Here, she and Jessica seem to be discussing something important. a new case, perhaps? Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage live in smaller worlds right now in their own shows, and it will be really cool to see those worlds collide/ expand on The Defenders.