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Amazon Prime has already made a mark in the TV game by putting together originals. However, the company is always searching for ways to improve its service, and new reports indicate the company has a clever idea to help out its legions of users.
Marvel’s new Netflix series Jessica Jones features one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most evil villains to date in the form of Kilgrave: a man who can control people’s minds by emitting pheromones. Here's what actor David Tennant thinks of the ability.
This is a game changer. And movie changer. And TV changer. It’s a big change, ok?
Just like Marvel’s other projects, there are plenty of references from the House of Ideas’ lore sprinkled through Jessica Jones’s first season. Here are the ten biggest ones we spotted.
Wondering how Rosario Dawson’s character Claire Temple became so awesome in Daredevil? Easy, she got it from her momma. Here's what that fabulous lady is going to look like when she appears on the streaming service's upcoming TV show.
After the most recent version was cancelled this June, Netflix and Canadian network Family Channel announced that a new series, subtitled Next Class, will be hitting the airwaves. You can check out the excellent first trailer for the new series
If you’re like some of us here at CinemaBlend, then you spent a good chunk of your weekend binge-watching the hell out of the Marvel’s latest Netflix series Jessica Jones and are already in need of a Season 2. Unfortunately, the wait might be a long one.
Comic books are generally focused on the good guys saving the day, especially in the superhero genre, but that altruism is only as interesting as the villains trying to destroy things. And when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the TV side wins hands down.
At this time, we don’t actually know if Jessica Jones will be getting a second season, but we’re certainly hopeful that it will, and have a specific wish list of things that we want to see play out in future episodes. Read on for our thoughts, and leave your own in the comments section at the end!
Jessica Jones predominantly centers on the incredibly strong, alcoholic private detective that the show is named after, but she’s not the only superhero given a piece of the limelight. The series also happens to be the launching ground for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s version of Luke Cage.
Warning: Nerdgasms ahead. It looks like the Lost in Space remake has taken a huge step forward. Unlike the Robinson family, the reboot is no longer lost- they’ve found their home.
Back when Jessica Jones was in development for broadcast television, this other well-known Marvel superheroine was supposed to co-star alongside the eponymous protagonist.
Hardcore comic book fans know that the Defenders team on Netflix looks nothing like the original iteration from the comics, but there’s a reason why using these other characters makes sense for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It’s still unclear exactly what’s going on behind the scenes with Iron Fist, but Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada has now confirmed that the project is still in development in some form.
Yeah, your Christmas this year might be cool, but it won’t be “Bill Murray hanging out with Chris Rock, George Clooney and Amy Poehler with wine flowing like waterfalls” cool. Luckily, we can watch that all happen on the new Netflix special A Very Murray Christmas.