Iron Fist is mired in controversy as fans argue whether or not Danny Rand should have been reimagined as an Asian-American character and if that would've made the show any better. The answers are "probably" and "definitely yes."
There are a lot of things to complain about in regard to Marvel's Iron Fist, and the casting is certainly around the top of that list. Once upon a time, the studio apparently considered side-stepping the whitewashing complaints and looked at an Asian American for the starring gig — then decided to cast Finn Jones anyway.
Marvel's latest offering has arrived on Netflix. Is it another win, or does Dany Rand disappoint in Iron Fist? We take a look, plus talk the possibilities of a Matrix reboot in our latest podcast about the top stories from the week in geek!
The latest Marvel series hits Netflix on Friday, and we're sad to report that it's really not all that good. The general consensus for Iron Fist has been a general meh from critics, but star Finn Jones has fired back with a tried and true excuse that just doesn't hold water.
Iron Fist fails to ignite anticipation for the culmination of a "phase one" in this TV pocket of the MCU, and compared to Marvel Netflix shows Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, it's more forgettable than immortal.
One of the biggest projects hitting the major streaming services this month is Netflix's latest Marvel series Iron Fist, but there's also a whole lot more worth checking out across Hulu, Amazon Prime and Netflix.
With Marvel set to unleash the power of the Iron Fist in less than three weeks, Netflix has released nearly 20 new high-res images (interspersed with a few older ones) to whet our appetite for the upcoming series.