Iron Fist (2017–2018)
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After being presumed dead, Danny Rand returns home to New York after fifteen years, only to find things aren't as they were.

Director:

John Dahl

Writers:

Roy Thomas (based on the Marvel comics by), Gil Kane (based on the Marvel comics by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Finn Jones ... Danny Rand
Jessica Henwick ... Colleen Wing
Tom Pelphrey ... Ward Meachum
Jessica Stroup ... Joy Meachum
David Wenham ... Harold Meachum
David Furr ... Wendell Rand
Victoria Haynes ... Heather Rand
Toby Nichols ... Young Danny Rand
Ilan Eskenazi Ilan Eskenazi ... Teen Ward Meachum
Aimee Laurence ... Young Joy Meachum
Esau Pritchett Esau Pritchett ... Shannon
Craig Walker ... Big Al
Barrett Doss ... Megan
Alex Wyse ... Kyle
Steve Greenstein ... Peanut Vendor
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Storyline

15 years after being presumed dead Danny Rand returns to New York looking for answers, using the skills he learned in his missing 15 years. Finding his cousins now run his family business and with a take over imminent, the return of the missing Danny could cause problems for the company. Written by scott oxford

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

USA

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Trivia

Big Al's philosophy about farming being "The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race" is not the ranting of the deranged mind of a homeless man. It actually comes from a 1987 paper of the same name by noted American scientist Jared Diamond, and makes the case that modern ills such as pandemics, war, sexism, and social stratification, among other things, can all be traced back to humanity's adoption of agriculture. See more »

Goofs

The practice swords used for the martial art known as Kendo are shown in Colleen Wing's dojo (gym). They are called "shinai" and are very flexible, with a bamboo core. When new - before use - and for shipping, a shinai is wrapped with bands. The shinai shown in the show still have those bands in place. Also, the martial (colored) belts closing the kimonos of Colleen's pupils are badly done, like a true beginner would. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Danny Rand: That's my building.
Peanut Vendor: You should sell it and buy some shoes.
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Easily one of the worst pilots ever made, and the absolute worse of the Marvel Netflix shows
8 August 2018 | by hitdoctor24See all my reviews

The acting is terrible. The writing is terrible. The pacing is terrible. Everything about the Iron Fist pilot (and essentially the whole first season, unfortunately) is just plain bad. I went into this show knowing it got poor reviews and began watching it with the mindset of "maybe I'll enjoy it since I'm going in with zero expectations." But nope. This episode is painful to watch, and sets the stage for all the agony and misery you will most definitely experience if you, for whatever reason, decide to watch beyond the pilot.

Danny Rand is bland. He's foolish. He's naive. He's impressionable. He's soft. He's indecisive. He's rash. He's hotheaded. He's dramatic. He's temperamental. He possesses just about every single trait the protagonist of your show should NOT have. The supporting cast is very weak as well. Only watch this show if you absolutely have to see how it stacks up with Netflix's other Marvel shows. Spoiler alert: it pales in comparison to all of them, even the inconsistent and slow paced Luke Cage. If you do force yourself to sit through all 13 episodes like I did, you will grow to hate yourself and potentially fall into a deep dark pit of despair that can only be escaped with a 62-hour marathon of Breaking Bad.

Save yourself the horrors of this pitiful tv show. If you value your sanity, STAY AWAY. It really is as bad as you've heard.


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