Iron Fist (2017– )
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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.


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

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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 Aimee Laurence ... Young Joy Meachum
Esau Pritchett Esau Pritchett ... Shannon
Craig Walker ... Big Al
Barrett Doss ... Megan
Alex Wyse ... Kyle
Steve Greenstein Steve Greenstein ... Peanut Vendor


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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17 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Danny asks Colleen if she had ever thought of teaching kung fu at her dojo. Marvel developed the Iron Fist storyline after the success of the television show "Kung Fu." See more »


In a panning shot of the Manhattan skyline we catch a glimpse of the PanAm (Metlife) Building and the Metlife sign. In the MCU (of which Iron Fist is a part) that building is the Avenger's Tower. See more »


[first lines]
Danny Rand: That's my building.
Peanut Vendor: You should sell it and buy some shoes.
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A very short review of the pilot for "Iron Fist" (2017)
27 August 2017 | by ericrnolanSee all my reviews

They said that Netflix' "Iron Fist" (2017) was bad. They were … mostly right, at least as far as I can tell from the pilot. I'd rate the first episode a 4 out of 10.

This episode was a thinly scripted collection of common tropes, cluttered with clunky exposition and weird, improbable plot points. (A friendly homeless man helps the hero by googling key information for him on a stolen iPhone?) The show even managed to be briefly boring in parts.

"Iron Fist" has the depth and hastily concocted story of an 80's primetime action show. But I don't mean in a fun, nostalgic way, I mean in a bizarre, awkward way. I was actually reminded of Mystery Science Theater 3000 lampooning 1984's ninja groaner, "The Master." In fact … don't "Iron Fist" and "The Master" have a similar story setup? There are some weird parallels, if you think about it.

Look … it wasn't all bad. The fight choreography was actually damned good. I don't know if that was actor Finn Jones performing the Kung- Fu, or a stunt double. But it was believable and a lot of fun to watch. It was nicely shot, too — the vibrant visuals had an appropriate comic-book feel, and were better than those that I would expect from this show's companion series, "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones" (2015).

I also submit that Jones is great in the role of the titular hero. He's a decent actor, he's well cast in the part, and I find Danny Rand to be a surprisingly likable protagonist. I just hope that "The Defenders" new team-up places him in the hands of a better set of writers.

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