Anson Mount Will Be The ‘Inhumans’ Black Bolt

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Getting the Inhumans onto our screens has been a very interesting development process. What began as a film due to be released in 2019 as part of the MCU’s Phase Three is now a TV show on ABC with its first two episodes expected to have a theatrical release in IMAX theaters this year. Earlier in February, it was announced that Iwan Rheon had been cast as the treacherous Maximus The Mad, Black Bolt’s brother. Casting who we all expect to be the villain of the show before the main hero was quite atypical, and it left us wondering just who would play the King of the Inhumans, Black Bolt. Continue reading

Iwan Rheon Set for Key Role in ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Series for ABC

Critically acclaimed actor will play Maximus in highly anticipated television series.

Prominent actor Iwan Rheon (“Game of Thrones”) has been cast in the lead role of Maximus in the “Marvel’s Inhumans” television series. Continue reading

Carrie-Anne Moss Will Reprise Her Jessica Jones Role on Iron Fist

Carrie-Anne Moss Will Reprise Her Jessica Jones Role on Iron Fist.

Marvel and Netflix have announced today that a familiar MCU face is joining the cast of their upcoming Iron Fist series. Carrie-Anne Moss, who debuted as lawyer Jeri Hogarth on “Marvel’s Jessica Jones”, will reprise her role on the new show.

“Carrie-Anne has fast become a fan-favorite part of our street level saga,” says Executive Producer/Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb. “As Marvel fans know, Hogarth in the comics plays a critical role in the life of Danny Rand so it seems only fitting that Carrie-Anne join in.” Continue reading

‘Iron Fist’ Finds Showrunner as Marvel’s Most Mysterious Netflix Series Moves Forward


With the successful debut of Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix recently, fans of the TV versions of The Defenders have been wondering just when they’ll hear more about the last piece of the puzzle: Iron FistDaredevil is already set to return for a second season next year, with Luke Cage expected to follow relatively soon after, but news has been quiet when it comes to Danny Rand. It seems like that’s about to change soon since we now have word that Iron Fist has found its showrunner. Continue reading