‘Heroes For Hire’ Series Not Yet Planned Post ‘Defenders’

Defenders Luke Cage Iron FistPower Man and Iron Fist is one of Marvel’s most exciting duos in the comics. Seeing Luke Cage and Danny Rand fighting side-by-side is always entertaining, and now that both characters have their own respective shows on Netflix is a testament to how many stories can be told with them. In fact, with The Defenders looming, fans are hoping that a potential Heroes For Hire series could be in the works, bringing Mike Colter and Finn Jones together once again.

However, fans hoping that a spin-off series featuring the duo is currently in development may have to wait for a while. Jones spoke to Screen Geek about his hopes for that series to potentially come into fruition:

“First, I would love to see Heroes For Hire. There’s not been any talks about that so far – but working with Mike is brilliant. He’s a great actor and a great human being. We just have a really good natural chemistry together both as actors – but also as the characters as well. One of the greatest things about The Defenders and the way that Marco Ramirez wrote it was [that] he really wrote great scenes for me and Mike. I think people are going to be really pleased when they see them because there’s this awesome Heroes for Hire sort of connection.”

So as of right now, there are no plans to bring Heroes For Hire to life as a standalone show. For the time being, Luke Cage and Danny Rand’s friendship will remain within the confines of The Defenders alongside their fellow allies Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter).

But who knows? Even if Power Man and Iron Fist don’t get their own standalone show in that case, that shouldn’t stop them from crossing over into each other’s series. Iron Fist has already been confirmed for a second season, and Luke Cage star Simone Missick is said to reprise her role as Misty Knight for that season to team-up with Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick). Perhaps Luke can also pay Danny a visit for an episode or two.

Do you want to see a Heroes For Hire series following The Defenders? Sound off in the comments below, and be sure to continue following Heroic Hollywood for all your latest news regarding The Defenders and the rest of Marvel’s Netflix series.

All episodes of Marvel’s The Defenders will be available to stream on Netflix on August 18, 2017. Meanwhile, you can stream both Luke Cage and Iron Fist in preparation for the event.

Source: Screen Geek 

5 Reasons To Be Excited For ‘Marvel’s The Punisher’

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Marvel Netflix The Punisher Jon BernthalOne of the greatest things about the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that it is branching and ever-expanding. There are several movies, shows and other mediums that have expanded upon its huge narrative. The television endeavors have been really successful in showcasing characters and heroes that may not appear in the MCU feature films. These series allow for other great Marvel heroes to flourish and no other character fits the mold better than Frank Castle, a.k.a. The Punisher.

Castle is more commonly known as The Punisher and the series based on this iconic anti-hero is coming later this year. This is certainly an exciting time to be a Punisher fan. There are several reasons why the show has the potential to be a monster hit. I know as a fan myself I’m truly excited for the show’s potential and what can come from it.

Here are 5 reasons to be excited for Marvel’s The Punisher. Click Next To continue.

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  • Jacob McMillan

    Makes sense. They’re both terrible