Luke Cage has been renewed for a second season, the Marvel series announced via a video on its official Twitter account Sunday.
In the first season of Luke Cage, it’s clear that family matters. That philosophy is taken to a whole different level as the Netflix series actually meets Family Matters in a new mash-up video.
The fan-made video — which is from YouTube user Zach Ace, who did a similar Avengers-Full House creation — recreates the popular ‘90s sitcom with the characters from Luke Cage.
As Luke Cage’s Alfre Woodard reflects on the 2016 presidential election, her hope is that the next generation will be able to fix the damage that has been done to the national conversation.
During the “Commanders-in-Chief: Playing the President” panel at the New Yorker Festival, Woodard, who played President Constance Payton in the short-lived NBC series State of Affairs, referred to the current election as stranger than fiction.
Marvel’s Luke Cage is the latest Netflix series to feature a future member of The Defenders. Though the series comes out next year, there’s nothing stopping them from having an impromptu meeting.
Mike Colter fielded fan questions during a Wednesday Facebook Live session. During the Q&A, Colter was joined by Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), Charlie Cox (Daredevil), and Finn Jones (Iron Fist), as well as writer Jeph Loeb (Freeform’s Cloak & Dagger).
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Cottonmouth (Mahershala Ali) isn’t mealy-mouthed.
In fact, the Luke Cage villain likes to deliver monologues and punctuate them with laughter — a lot of laughter. So much so that a YouTube user has created a supercut of all his menacing chuckles and guffaws, featuring his best chortling at friends and enemies alike across the first season of the Marvel series. Take a look below. (We dare you not to crack a smile.)
Marvel’s Luke Cage is now streaming on Netflix.
PREVIOUSLY: Luke Cage episode 12 recap
A year ago, Mahershala Ali — a.k.a Cottonmouth on Marvel’s Luke Cage and Remy Danton on Netflix’s House of Cards — found himself working seven days a week on three projects scattered around the country, a grueling task that left him wary of how he’d keep everything straight. “The thing I was really nervous about in that period of time last year was [having] these characters blend together,” he says. The solution, as it’s always been for the actor?
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Diamondback has Luke Cage right where he wants him. Or, at least he thinks he does. After the events of the last episode, Diamondback decides the best option is turn the current situation — Luke Cage hiding behind the bar with Misty Knight — into a hostage situation that he can pin on Luke Cage. It’s a ridiculous plan, and Shades points it out, but he goes through with it because he’s crazy.
WARNING: The following contains spoilers from season 1 of Marvel’s Luke Cage. Read at your own risk!
Diamondback (Erik LaRay Harvey) slithered his way onto Luke Cage halfway through the season, and if it’s even possible, chewed more scenery than any of the other villains combined. Conniving and cruel, the comic-book bad guy grabbed hold of the latter half of the season, ensnaring Luke (Mike Colter) in his quest for vengeance over their past.
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