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Earlier this morning, it was heavily rumored that Marvel and Netflix had cast Game of Thrones star Finn Jones as Danny Rand in their fourth series Iron Fist. EW has now confirmed that the actor is taking on the coveted role. He will play a martial arts master who mixed it up with the other superheroes who reside in Hell's Kitchen, including Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage.
Finn Jones is perhaps best known for playing Ser Loras Tyrell on Game of Thrones. Iron Fist doesn't have a premiere date yet, and it's unclear wether it will debut this winter, following the summer launch of Luke Cage, or if it will begin streaming in early 2017. Former Dexter show runner Scott Buck will be leading the Iron Fist creative team.
Daniel Rand first appeared in Marvel Premiere #15 way back in May 1974. At age 9, he travels with his family to a lost mystical city called K'un-l'un. »
Last month, Luke Cage star Mike Colter teased that the studio had already cast Danny Rand in their fourth Netflix series Iron Fist, although he wouldn't reveal the identity of the actor. There have been rumors in the past that Ryan Phillippe will portray the title character in this upcoming series, but that was never confirmed, as we continue to wait for any official news. A new rumor has surfaced today from The Hashtag Show which claims that Game of Thrones star Finn Jones may be playing Danny Rand.
While we'll have to wait and see if Marvel confirms this news in the near future, the site speculates that Finn Jones' absence on social media as of late could be a hint regarding his casting. Ever since the late-January story broke that the studio has cast Iron Fist, the actor has only tweeted twice, although he was quite active »
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