Netflix showed off a first look at the upcoming second season of Iron Fist late Thursday at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. Having now starred in his own show, teamed up with his fellow Marvel Netflix heroes inand making some well-received appearances in Luke Cage season 2, billionaire kung-fu crime fighter Danny Rang will make his return to Netflix in the second season of his own series Sept. 7th.
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The clip showed Rand standing in the middle of the street with ma cloth mask over the bottom half of his face, wearing a hoodie. Rand holds up his hand, and a trcuck stops in the middle of the road. The driver guns it, and Rand sidesteps, iron-fisting the truck’s front end and knocking the wheels off. He beats up everyone in the truck, dodging gunfire, and ends the fight by iron-fisting the ground, knocking all his opponents down and setting off nearby car alarms.
Iron Fist is one of six of Marvel’s Netflix shows that are loosely part of the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. The others include “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones,” “Luke Cage,” “The Defenders,” and “The Punisher,” of which the second season is currently filming.
The new season will feature fight choreography by Creed and Black Panther choreographer Clayton Barber and will guest star Simone Missick as Misty Knight and Alice Eve (from Star Trek: Into Darkness) as villain Typhoid Mary. No word yet if Luke Cage will make a cameo appearance, the same way Iron Fist did on the last season of Luke Cage.