Luke Cage

Luke Cage Once a feared gang member Luke Cage grew up surrounded by crime. Framed for a crime he did not commit, Cage soon lands in prison where a group of radical scientists offer him his freedom if he agrees to become a guinea pig for medical experiments. Luckily, the experiments give him superhuman strength and toughness instead of cancer. Taking the name Power Man, Luke returns to the streets as a mercenary for hire.
In an interview with IGN, Marvel and Netflix's Dardevil showrunner Steven DeKnight discusses every aspect of the show, from easter eggs to fight scenes and the future of the show. Hit the jump to check it out.
We've already had first glimpses of both Mike Colter as Cage and David Tennant as Kilgrave/Purple Man, but this new batch of images from the A.K.A. Jessica Jones set give us much better looks at the characters as they interact with Krysten Ritter's titular heroine...
People were mildly skeptical of Colter's casting as it was believed he wasn't huge enough to play Luke Cage. Well, from these set photos, it seems we can put that assumption to rest.
Marvel has today announced who will serve as showrunner on Luke Cage, the highly anticipated series which it has now been confirmed will premiere in 2016 (as expected). He's someone with a lot of very interesting film and TV credits, so hit the jump to find out who it is we're talking about...
Mike Colter discusses how Luke Cage operates as a street-level hero in Netflix's Jessica Jones. Apparently Cage doesn't want people to know about his abilities.
Or should that be, "Sweet F***ing Christmas"? Mike Colter (Halo: Nightfall) talks here about the adult tone of Marvel and Netflix's Luke Cage series, weighing in on why he's excited to play the character and how Power Man and the rest ultimately fit into the Marvel Cinematic Universe...
Playing coy about his role as Dr. Zebediah Killgrave, aka The Purple Man, being the villain of A.K.A. Jessica Jones, actor David Tennant talks here for the first time about being cast in the Netflix series!
You may not come from Krypton or have access to the super soldier formula, but could you get enhanced strength (without steroids)? Are there actual people who are born with enhanced strength due to a mutation? Science says yes...
Netflix's Chief Content Officer clarifies previous remarks about the release window between the premieres for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders.
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos says Marvel's Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Defenders miniseries are all eligible for multiple seasons. "They're all eligible to go into multiple seasons for sure, and [we]contemplate that they will."
Breaking Bad star Krysten Ritter is currently doing the press rounds to discuss her role in Tim Burton's Big Eyes, and the actress talks here about preparing for her A.K.A. Jessica Jones audition and how she felt to find out she was joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe...
Brooklyn Nine Nine and The Expendables star Terry Crews has been a fan favourite choice to play Luke Cage for a number of years now, so how does he feel about The Good Wife's Mike Colter taking on the role of the Hero for Hire on Netflix? Hit the jump for his thoughts...
After what is described as an extensive casting search, Marvel have finally cast Luke Cage in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Hit the jump to find out who will play the Hero for Hire and an official description revealing how he'll fit into Netflix's A.K.A. Jessica Jones!
We learned today that Mike Colter has either bagged the role of Luke Cage or he's on the verge of sealing the deal. Now, Terry Crews, a fan-favourite choice for the role has responded to this latest rumour...
Marvel haven't issued a press release just yet, but the trades are reporting that Breaking Bad actress Krysten Ritter has been chosen to play Jessica Jones in the upcoming Netflix series. It also sounds like they've found their Luke Cage in the form of Mile Colter. Read on for details!
Just as another name has been added to the shortlist of actresses up for the role of Jessica Jones, Marvel and Netflix are also said to be eyeing a third actor for Luke Cage; relative newcomer Cleo Anthony! Hit the jump for details and a look at the man who might be Luke Cage...
Idris Elba already plays Heimdall in the THOR movies, but he's made no secret about wanting to take on a leading role elsewhere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Well, despite a lot of speculation, it clearly won't be as Luke Cage because the actor reveals that someone else has already been chosen...
While speaking to IGN about his love of superheroes, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 actor reveals that he was approached to play Luke Cage, aka Power Man, "back in the day". Foxx also speaks about what drew him to comic book characters at an early age.
We've heard from Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Expendables 3 star Terry Crews about his interest in playing Luke Cage a number of times in the past, but now that Marvel and Netflix have given the character his own series, the actor makes it clear that he still wants the role...
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Luke Cage is one of several Marvel comics series in development at Netflix, and actor Mars Crain has announced his desire to play the coveted role in a cool sizzle reel.
At the recent Paley Fest panel for Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb confirmed that the 13-episode, Matt Murdock|Daredevil series will begin shooting in NYC this July.
He's been a fan favourite choice for a very long time, and now Brooklyn Nine Nine star Terry Crews once again shares his thoughts on playing Luke Cage, this time in the planned limited series which will debut on Netflix sometime in 2015. Is he still interested? Read on for details...
Who would win between Halo's Master Chief and Captain America? Find out this February. A Tintin sequel is still happening says Jamie Bell. And the difference between Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Netflix's Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones shows.
Talking at the 41st Annual UBS Global Media and Communications Conference, Disney CFO Jay Rasulo has talked briefly about the decision to team with Netflix for The Defenders as well as reflecting on the acquisitions of both Marvel and Lucasfilm. Do they have anyone else in their sights?