Episode three of IRON FIST. In this episode I have to say that I loved the presence of Carrie-Anne Moss playing Jeryn Hogarth. I loved how she came fit for battle with Ward Meachum (Tom Pelphrey) and Joy Meachum (Jessica Stroup). Note to self: If I’m ever in trouble and need legal help, Jeryn is the name to call…. But then I think she’d be out of my price range so I guess it’s Nelson & Murdock (Elden Hensen and Charlie Cox). I think I might have some avocados I can give them.
This review was done by Sci-Fi Now and I have to say that the review wasn’t as savage as most have been on the show. Fortunately they don’t carry on the ridiculousness that Danny should have been played by an Asian actor. Though the review isn’t necessarily doing cartwheels about the show, I’m glad it remained neutral… unlike most of the other reviews. The link to the scan is within the [ ] brackets. The actual text of the article is linked at this icon: .
I know this video is really late, but I just found it. Here is the Netflix/Marvel premiere of IRON FIST with Finn and Jessica Henwick (Colleen Wing) talking about the show. Finn’s adorable as usual.
I’m not even going to try to vet each of these interviews. I’m just going to post them and let you watch them. So here is the Finn Jones Interview Omnibus Edition. Most notable though are the two funniest moments on set where Finn 1) hit himself in the face after trying to get himself revved up for a fight scene, then 2) the part in the asylum where Danny is finally able to conjure The Iron Fist and runs toward the wall where as he jumps up into the air (high protein diet) he lets out a good fart. Too funny.
A new scan for the press section and gallery. Empire UK had some good things to say about IRON FIST giving the overall rating a solid three stars out of five. As usual you can click on the  in the link below to find the scans, but to read the text portion of the article you can click on the in the link below.
Here are the screencaps for the first episode of IRON FIST. The episode is titled Snow Gives Way and on the whole not a bad introduction to the series. I loved now Finn played Danny with that child-like innocence, but of course he has that propensity for violence that all around makes Danny with all the power he has dangerous. I really can’t say which scenes I liked most, but I’d have to point out to the opening scene as I think Finn has all the impetus it takes to make this show a success. Despite all the crap surrounding the premiere, IRON FIST has become the most watched show on Netflix. This means the controversy made no never mind to how the public felt toward the show. I’m glad about that. I’m hearing a season two order soon.
A new scan for the press archive. Here TV Guide USA reviews IRON FIST giving the show a solid 3.5 stars. Shows not all critics are stupid. As usual you can click on the link to go to the gallery, but click the icon to go to the transcribed article.