Into the Badlands (2015–2019)
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Chapter I: The Fort 

Sunny rescues a mysterious boy who harbors a dark secret, but may also know the way out of the Badlands.

Director:

David Dobkin

Writers:

Alfred Gough (created by), Miles Millar (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Daniel Wu ... Sunny
Orla Brady ... Lydia
Sarah Bolger ... Jade
Aramis Knight ... M.K.
Emily Beecham ... The Widow
Oliver Stark ... Ryder
Madeleine Mantock ... Veil
Ally Ioannides ... Tilda
Marton Csokas ... Quinn
Shane Graham ... Ajax
Yohance Myles ... Ringo
Benjamin Papac ... Bale
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Morgan Benoit ... Ace
Eric Berris Eric Berris ... Clipper
Heighlen Boyd ... Esta
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Sunny rescues a mysterious boy who harbors a dark secret, but may also know the way out of the Badlands.

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Official Sites:

AMC

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Trivia

_Marton Csokas,_ who plays Baron Quinn, played Celeborn, the elven Lord of Lothlorien in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) See more »

Quotes

M.K.: You got a name, or do you just show up, kill people, and walk away?
Sunny: If I tell you, do you promise to shut up?
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Connections

Featured in Talking Dead: Now (2015) See more »

Soundtracks

Into The Badlands Theme
(uncredited)
Written by Mike Shinoda
Performed by Mike Shinoda
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Get me that art director / costumer
2 April 2018 | by conannzSee all my reviews

Into the Badlands is a like gloriously silly musical where martial arts choreography takes the place of music. The designers have an eye for some great vertical shots and colours. We are told (somewhere) the motorcycle Sunny rides is steam punk but instead of a close up of the bike we get shoe cam and martial arts cam.

Later in the first episode Sunny gets attacked by a troupe of bowler hat wearing dancers with swords. Of course; they once saw Clockwork Orange and wanted to fit in a homage.

No actors were harmed in the making of this series. The best or is it the worst actor ever to come out of Invercargill gets to read out loopy Southern speeches and be the villain. If pouting was the same as acting he is a clear winner.

The best character called the widow gets great costumes and to do martial arts while wearing high heels and later boots with wedge soles. A glorious blur but that is probably in the second episode.

Still this looks to be a series where the Crouching tiger team get all the air time and those scenes are beautiful. Loving the costumes . In some ways this is a series that could be watched with the sound off and sped up a bit so it is wall to wall martial arts. Very silly but a great deal of fun. P.S Costume designer is Christine Bieselin Clark. Wonderful.


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