Iron Fist co-creator Roy Thomas 'tries not think' about the critics of the Netflix/Marvel series, because he has 'so little patience' for them.
Marvel's latest Netflix collaboration 'Iron Fist' has caused quite the stir. Though critics were quick to slam the new series as the first dud to come from the streaming service and comic book company's team-up, viewers across the globe have voted in their numbers, going against what the professionals had to say and landing the show an 84% audience score on reviews aggregate site, Rotten Tomatoes.
Finn Jones is Danny Rand in 'Marvel's Iron Fist'
Whether it's a lack of action, character development or something else entirely, most criticism can be shrugged off, but a section of the public who didn't enjoy their time with 'Iron Fist' are now accusing those behind the character of 'whitewashing'; a term used to describe when a major release TV series, film or other property uses a white actor in the place of one of a minority that would have been better suited to take the role.
Jessica Stroup, Tom Pelphrey, Jessica Henwick, Rosario Dawson and Finn Jones at a New York screening of Marvel's 'Iron Fist' held at AMC Empire, 25 Times Square - Red Carpet Arrivals at Times Square - New York, United States - Thursday 16th March 2017
The show hits Netflix this Spring.
Marvel is set to continue its major Netflix takeover with the premiere of yet another eagerly anticipated superhero show entitled 'Marvel's Iron Fist'. Created by Scott Buck, it is based on the comic book character originally created in 1974 by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane.
Finn Jones stars in 'Marvel's Iron Fist'
The new trailer for the show was released yesterday (February 7th 2017) and sees protagonist Danny Rand (played by Finn Jones) kick some serious ass at the headquarters of his family's company Rand Enterprises. He's back after many years of being presumed dead, while actually he is the sole survivor of a plane crash that killed his mother and father.
Continue reading: Danny Rand Returns From The Dead In 'Marvel's Iron Fist' Trailer
Finn Jones - 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Expo Hall - Arrivals at The Shrine Expo Hall, Screen Actors Guild - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 30th January 2016
Cast members were asked some hilarious questions at the Game of Thrones Season 4 premiere, take a look at some of their answers.
The lucky BuzzFeed team were at the season four premiere event for Game of Thrones, and managed to ask the cast some rather personal, but also hilarious questions. BuzzFeed asked the cast members they managed to flag down what email addresses they think that their characters would have, as well as which mythological creature they would take into battle with them. They didn't get the chance to ask Emilia this question, but we have a sneaking suspicion we know the answer to that one anyway!
Emilia Clarke plays Daenerys Targaryan in Game of Thrones
First up was Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke. Emilia’s email answer was probably our favourite, responding that Dany’s would probably be “email@example.com”. Sounds pretty spot on to us, especially after watching the most recent trailer, which sees her character determinedly claim “I will answer injustice with justice.” We can’t wait to see the Khalessi bring it in season four!
The long-awaited fourth season of 'Peaky Blinders' debuts later this year, with Tom Hardy now confirmed to reprise his role as Alfie Solomons.
For the sci-fi horror thriller Life, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds team up to play astronauts trying to contain an aggressive alien creature.
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld says that the chemistry between Ryan Reynolds and Zazie Beetz in upcoming Marvel movie 'Deadpool 2' needs to be...