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When Luke Cage Returns, Lucy Liu Will Be In Charge

Yes, it’s true. Buzzfeed reports that Lucy Liu, best known for roles in Kill Bill and Charlie’s Angels, is directing the series two premiere of Marvel’s Luke Cage, set to hit Netflix in 2018. Read More >>

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Netflix Confirms Luke Cage is Coming Back for Season 2

Netflix has officially announced that Luke Cage is getting a second season, making this the sweetest Christmas indeed. Read More >>

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Seven Things We Loved About Luke Cage and Two We Didn’t

For the most part, Luke Cage stands apart from the majority of other Marvel superhero adaptations. Created and executive produced by Cheo Hodari Coker, it uses its setting and its main character as a conduit to a specific cultural history and a set of experiences, and that makes Luke Cage unique among all of Marvel’s live-action properties. It’s one of the series’ biggest strengths. Here are seven more things we loved about the show, and a couple we weren't so keen on. Read More >>

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Luke Cage Easter Egg Brings Back To The Future Into Marvel Universe

People have been binging Luke Cage all weekend, except during those few hours when Netflix was down and we were all freaking out. Naturally, fans have been pointing out some of the show’s clever Easter eggs, and one of them is real heavy. Great Scott. Read More >>

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Release of ‘Bulletproof Love’ Proves We Need a Luke Cage Soundtrack

It wouldn’t be ‘tis the season of Luke Cage without some Sweet Christmas songs. Marvel has released Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad’s dynamic track, “Bulletproof Love” (featuring Method Man), but the thirst has not been quenched. We need a full soundtrack. Read More >>

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Luke Cage is Live on Netflix Right Now

Sweet Christmas! The day we've all been waiting for since we saw the hero for hire debut in Jessica Jones is here. The 13-episode first season of Marvel's Luke Cage is now live on Netflix. Read More >>

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Luke Cage’s Opening Credits Are Just as Awesome as You Thought They’d Be

It’s Sweet Christmas Eve—i.e., the day before we get to relentlessly binge on Luke Cage—and in a now traditional move, Netflix has released the opening title sequence for the show to get everyone excited. And it’s damn good stuff. Read More >>

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Essential Reading and Merchandise to Prepare for Ghost Rider and Luke Cage on TV

Marvel TV have a few special heroes debuting at the moment, with Ghost Rider appearing on Agents of SHIELD and Luke Cage's solo series on Netflix. Both heroes aren't too well known in the mainstream, unless you count those god-awful Nicholas Cage movies. So here is some essential reading material, and some merch you might want to get your hands on. Read More >>

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New Luke Cage Teaser Shows Off the Series’ Major Players

Ten days from now, viewers all over the world will get to see Luke Cage shake up Harlem’s criminal underworld in the upcoming Marvel show on Netflix. A new video gives a glimpse at the folks who’ll (foolishly) be shooting at the bulletproof superhero. Read More >>

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The First Full Luke Cage Trailer Is All About Harlem, Fools

We’ve got headband, people. This is not a drill. Read More >>

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50 Cent Basically Wants to Make a Second Luke Cage TV Show

Rapper turned TV producer Curtis Jackson, a.k.a. 50 Cent, has got a new superhero TV show coming to Starz. It’s called Tomorrow, Today and it stars a hero that sounds almost exactly like Luke Cage, but is definitely not Luke Cage, since Netflix is premiering an actual Luke Cage TV series in just a couple of months. Read More >>

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Luke Cage Kicks Major Ass in a New Trailer for Marvel’s Black Superhero Show

The Netflix corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be expanding uptown to Harlem when Luke Cage debuts on September 30. The cast and creators of the show say that the character’s race, his adopted neighbourhood, and publishing history make Luke Cage a very different superhero adaptation. Read More >>

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Our First Look at Luke Cage’s Netflix Series

Netflix has just revealed a sneaky little treat for when you’re done bingeing on Daredevil season two: a first look at Luke Cage, and the man with the unbreakable skin in action. Read More >>

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Netflix Bags Exclusive Rights to New Marvel Comics Daredevil and Luke Cage TV Shows

Netflix has scored quite a coup over its Amazon/Lovefilm and HBO Go TV streaming rivals, bagging the exclusive rights to a host of brand new shows based on Marvel comics superheroes. Daredevil -- sans Batfleck -- will return and finally, finally, Luke Cage is getting some live action love! Read More >>