Marvel’s Luke Cage will be returning to Netflix for its second season. The announcement was made with an 18-second teaser video shared via Twitter on Sunday (December 4). The video zooms in on the window of Pop’s Barber Shop, which is illuminated by a neon light that reads “Season 2 Coming Soon.” While an official date has yet […]
The much-anticipated first season of Luke Cage premiered on Netflix less than a week ago, and Netflix has already announced the next Marvel Netflix series in line. Iron Fist is set to hit Netflix on March 17, 2017, rounding out the four superheroes that form The Defenders. Like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage, Iron Fist […]
After the premiere of Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix, a lot of fans of comic book series have complained about the show being “too Black,” even calling it racist. Some fans (or non fans) took to social media to express their dismay about the super Black, Marvel show which is set in Harlem, New York and has a cast full of African Americans and Latinos.
Composers For Hire: Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge Talk Giving Luke Cage A Beat He Can Bump To
When Luke Cage was first announced, the anticipation of the cast reveal was real. And while the cat was already out of the bag when Mike Colter was chosen to play Luke following his cameo in Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the subsequent announcements of castings was impressive. The choice to have Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest, Lucy Pearl) and Adrian Younge […]
The Urban Daily spoke with the highly-anticipated show's producer.
Are you more Misty Knight or Cottonmouth? Perhaps you’re the bulletproof man himself. Before you binge-watch Marvel’s Luke Cage series on Netflix, take this quiz to find out which character’s your alter ego. PHOTO CREDIT: Getty SEE MORE ON TUD: The Full Trailer For Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ Is Here, And Sh*t Is Serious 5 Reasons Why Netflix’s Luke […]
In this extended, nearly three-minute trailer, we get a closer look at what to expect on September 30.
As Marvel's Emmy-winning 'Jessica Jones' gears up for season two, screenwriter Melissa Rosenburg has details on what to expect.
In this sneak peek we see a couple of dudes try to step to the superhero in a restaurant.
The Netflix series will be available to watch on September 30. If you're not excited yet, here's five reasons why you should be.
Marvel Studios reached an agreement with Netflix earlier this year to produce 13-episode series for four individual superheroes — Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones. After years of previous speculation and fans asking for his presence, Marvel has finally announced that Mike Colter will star as the Harlem bruiser in the Netflix venture. […]
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