Welcome to FINN JONES ONLINE @ a website dedicated to British-born actor Finn Jones. Most known for his roles as Danny Rand and IRON FIST in the Marvel/Netflix shows IRON FIST and The Defenders, and as Ser Loras Tyrell in the HBO series GAME OF THRONES, Finn is currently being seen in the AppleTV series DICKENSON as Samuel Bowles. Finn has a few films to his name including LEATHERFACE, SLEEPING BEAUTY, THE LAST SHOWING. If you're a fan of Finn's please feel free to join us here to celebrate his acting career. Candid photos will not be posted to protect Finn's privacy. To read what will or won't be posted, feel free to read this site's Candids policy.
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Finn Jones Wants to Return as Danny Rand and Join the MCU With Heroes for Hire

Finn has said he wants to return as Danny Rand THE IRON FIST and bring in him into the MCU with HEROES FOR HIRE with Mike Colter. I’m not sure about the rest of you, but I for one would loeve to see that happen. I loved Finn and Mike as Danny and Luke, and I think it’s only right both of them get to do it.

Iron Fist’s Finn Jones Wants To Join The MCU

Finn Jones, who played Danny Rand in Netflix’s Iron Fist and The Defenders, would love to reprise the role in a Heroes For Hire MCU show.

Finn Jones, who played the titular character in Netflix’s Marvel series Iron Fist, expresses his desire to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Jones assumed the role of Danny Rand, a martial arts expert who has the power to channel his chi into his fist, making it extremely powerful. The Netflix series premiered in 2017 and saw Danny, a monk and billionaire thought to have been dead for over a decade, become the Iron Fist. Also starring Jessica Henwick and Tom Pelphrey among other characters, Iron Fist ran for two seasons until its cancelation.

Iron Fist was also featured in Netflix’s The Defenders in a team-up alongside other Marvel Netflix characters Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and Daredevil (Charlie Cox). Referencing events from the MCU’s film franchise, the Netflix shows long existed in a precarious place in Marvel’s canon, technically existing within the universe but never mentioned or impacting the MCU. With the reboot Daredevil: Born Again in the works, Marvel has seemingly confirmed the characters from those shows could turn up in new projects. Since his first Marvel Comics appearance in Marvel Premiere #15, Iron Fist has been connected to groups such as the Thunderbolts, New Avengers, and Heroes For Hire. Given the MCU’s confirmation of Thunderbolts and the potential for new teams, the return of Danny Rand is possible.

While speaking with, Jones reveals that he is interested in going the route of Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio (who plays Kingpin in Daredevil, Hawkeye, and Daredevil: Born Again) and reprising his role as Danny in the MCU. He even has some ideas for how he could return. Check out what the actor says below:

“I would love to continue playing that character. I think there’s a lot of room for growth. Personally, where I would like to see the reintroduction of the character would be something like a Heroes for Hire TV series. I think that would be the most dynamic and fun way to reintroduce those characters. I loved working with Mike and I loved the on-screen chemistry between Danny and Luke. I think it’s a really interesting creative place that show can be taken in. I’d love to pick up that mantle again and keep moving this character forward and make the best possible Iron Fist there could be.”

Iron Fist Works Better As A Team Up

Jones’ comments display his awareness of the Iron Fist series’ failings. Though season 2 did much better than season 1 in terms of critical ratings, the series remains one of Marvel’s lowest reviewed shows. By contrast, The Defenders sported a 78% on Rotten Tomatoes – much higher than either season of Iron Fist – showing that audiences’ issue was possibly with the series and not necessarily the character. Since Iron Fist appears more often alongside other characters, mainly Luke Cage, in the comics rather than solo, it’s clear that Iron Fist works best when he can play off others. Iron Fist has great arcs to bring to the screen despite the performance of the Netflix series, and a Heroes For Hire MCU show could bring them to life in a light and amusing way without giving Iron Fist the pressure of sustaining his own franchise.

With She-Hulk, Moon Knight, and the Human Torch making appearances in some iterations of the comics’ Heroes For Hire, the MCU is closer than fans may think to making Jones’ ideas a reality. Without a doubt, Iron Fist and Luke Cage are the most crucial members of the superhero business, often positioned as the group’s leaders. Marvel is already branching out in terms of character introductions, team-ups, and even genre due to the flexibility allotted by the Disney+ live-action shows. Plus, there is the franchise’s move into multiversal storytelling, which opens the door for Iron Fist’s potential return.


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“The Vistor” HD Trailer, Poster, & Screencaps

Finn has a new film coming out via Blumhouse. It’s called THE VISTOR where he plays Robert, a man who returns to his childhood home only to discover a family secret. Included here is the trailer, HD poster, and HD screenaps. Enjoy.

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Fans Want “Heroes for Hire” With Finn Jones & Mike Colter

According to an article in We Got This Covered, fans are discussing the possibility of a reteam between Finn as DANNY RAND or THE IRON FIST with his THE DEFENDERS co-star, Mike Colter, to reprise his role as LUKE CAGE in a series for Disney+ HEROES FOR HIRE. The article states with the return of THE DEFENDERS properties to Marvel/Disney the possibilities are becomes real. My only issue with the article is it’s a little less than kind to Finn in stating he was not included in the video showing the addition to Disney+, but he was. I think that was disrespectful.

Fans demand a ‘Heroes for Hire’ show, Iron Fist included

Slowly but surely, the former Netflix shows are being absorbed back into official Marvel Cinematic Universe canon, with recent events indicating that a potential Heroes for Hire miniseries isn’t the most far-fetched idea in the world.

Not only has the Defenders Saga been rebranded and added to Disney Plus, but Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock returned to the fray in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk was reintroduced as the big bad of Hawkeye, and Marvel’s own website acknowledged the pair’s three-season run on a rival streaming service as being part of mainline continuity.

Krysten Ritter and Mike Colter set the internet ablaze when they posed for a photo together, while Jon Bernthal is happy to shout from the rooftops that he’s open to playing the Punisher again. With that in mind, perhaps the biggest surprise about MCU fans on Reddit calling on a Heroes for Hire show is the fact that Finn Jones’ Iron Fist is included in the conversation.

Jones’ Danny Rand wasn’t even part of the promos showcasing the Defenders arriving on Disney Plus, so we can probably rule him out of the running. MCU enthusiasts were recently celebrating Simone Missick’s Misty Knight, though, while Jessica Henwick admitted she turned down a role in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings partly in the hope that Colleen Wing would be brought back into the action.

It might be a long shot, but the churn of content is never going to stop, and there are plenty of far worse pitches out there than getting the band back together in a Heroes for Hire project.


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Happy Birthday Finn

On behalf of FINN JONES ONLINE I’d like to wish Finn the happiest, healthiest, and most amazing-est birthday ever. Today he turns a sweet 34 and I’m hoping he’s spending his day with those he loves and whatever gives him joy. Happy Birthday Finn.

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Finn Attends the “Swimming With Sharks” Premiere at SXSW

Finn and his fellow cast members of SWIMMING WITH SHARKS attended the Conference and Festivals at SXSW. Here are two sets of images from that event. Also I wanted to let you know I’m currently working on the scans for the press section in the gallery. I hope to have those up early next week.

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Finn Attends The 2022 Mardi Gras in Louisiana

Some new event images for you. First up, Finn attended the 2022 Mardi Gras in Louisiana. It’s great to finally have some event images to share with the COVID pandemic all but over.

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Marvel “Defenders” Shows to Leave Netflix

According to many sources, all the Marvel shows with THE DEFENDERS characters of Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones), and Frank Castle/The Punisher (Jon Bernthal) are all set to leave Netflix this month. Not exactly sure what this means, but here’s hoping it means we just might be getting extensions of all these shows with all these characters and hopefully the actors. More below.

Netflix Warning Says It’s Removing ‘Daredevil,’ ‘Punisher,’ And All Its Marvel Defenders Shows

Well this is pretty big. Netflix has now started to show a brief message to some viewers who are booting up the Defenders suite of Marvel shows for the first time, saying that they will be removed from the service on March 1. I just tested it out myself, playing Iron Fist episode one, and the March 1 message does indeed appear in the corner, albeit for quite literally, under a second.

The shows on this list would include Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher and the Defenders crossover series. They are a relic of another age before Disney was doing its own Marvel shows on Disney Plus, and they were a partner, not a rival to Netflix.

But now, fans already have realized that the deal between Netflix and Marvel has expired for these characters, hence Matt Murdock appearing in the new Spider-Man and Kingpin showing up in Hawkeye on Disney Plus. And it stands to reason if these shows are coming down off Netflix in March, they are likely headed to either Disney Plus itself, or possibly the Disney-owned Hulu, which could be seen as a better fit for the more violent series like Daredevil and Punisher, which have “adult content” beyond what Disney’s MCU shows have done so far.

I suppose I realized that this was probably going to happen eventually, but those shows are so intimately linked with Netflix, it’s weird to see them leave. That was during a strange era where Marvel TV and Marvel movies were very disconnected, as though all those series were technically in the MCU, there were never really any true crossovers with the movies.

dy seen this happened with two different Daredevil characters, including its star, and more are supposed to return for the upcoming Echo series. There’s even talk of restarting Daredevil altogether. And if that’s happening, you might be able to imagine other characters like Jessica Jones and Luke Cage could reappear somewhere as well in the universe.

Jon Bernthal, The Punisher, said he was only interested in returning to the role if the show would remain as “true” to the character as it has been, ie. being extremely violent, which again, feels like a Hulu thing, rather than being able to exist on Disney Plus. Jessica Henwick recently said in an interview that she turned down a role in Shang-Chi because she was holding out hope that her Colleen Wing Iron Fist character could return to the MCU someday, and that wouldn’t happen if she was cast as a different part (I’d certainly watch a new season of Iron Fist starring her, though not Danny Rand).

So, we’ll see if Netflix or Disney has something to say officially about this. But the notice is real, I’ve seen it myself, and this removal appears to be imminent. I’d prioritize getting through Daredevil seasons 1-3, Jessica Jones season 1 and Punisher season 1 before they leave, if you haven’t seen them yet.

Update: Netflix also has Agents of SHIELD, but I did not see the March 1 message there, while I have now confirmed it shows up on the other six Netflix-MCU shows. SHIELD was originally on ABC, and may be part of a separate agreement


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Slowly Netflix Marvel Shows Being Incorporated into the MCU

This post will be duplicated to my Charlie Cox Online, Finn Jones Online, and Mike Colter Online sites as it concerns all three of them. This article appeared in the aftermath of Charlie’s appearance in SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME as Matt Murdock/Daredevil and Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin in Disney Plus’ Hawkeye series. It concerns the incorporation of all the Netflix Marvel shows into the greater MCU pantheon. My only concern is with the confirmation of Charlie and Vincent, there is little doubt to the inclusion of Krysten Ritter as the titular JESSICA JONES, and Jon Bernthal as The Punisher/Frank Castle, there is still huge doubt as to whether the other two of THE DEFENDERS in Mike Colter as LUKE CAGE will be in it. Even less so Finn Jones as DANNY RAND/IRON FIST as to most he is the “weakest link” in them all. For me without Mike and most certainly without Finn I think the presence in this new sugar coated “Disney”verse will not be complete. Recasting any of them would be a huge fail.

The Marvel Netflix Shows Might Be Finally, FINALLY Crossing Over With the MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has only gotten bigger over the past 13 years. Between an absurd amount of movies, several new series on Disney Plus, and a reality-shattering Spider-Man movie bringing in films from other studios, there’s practically no stopping Marvel’s grasp over pop culture. It’s gotten so huge, in fact, that we just might be able to fit in the heroes from the Marvel Netflix shows after all.

The almost-unwieldy canon of the MCU has been cracked open even further by the revelations of series like Loki. With timelines breaking and the facets of the multiverse constantly leaking into each other, the threads connecting shows to movies have become more distinct. The potential for new and highly anticipated entries to the universe like the X-Men and the Fantastic Four is almost entirely apparent at this point. Of course, that could spell good news for the once-defunct Netflix shows.

Will the Marvel Netflix shows return?

In 2015, Daredevil began streaming on Netflix. The gritty, violent adaptation of Marvel’s “Man Without Fear” received critical acclaim during its first season. The show also kicked off an entirely new era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, one that shone a spotlight on lesser-known heroes in the pantheon. Daredevil and its successive shows tackled heavier themes and storylines while still taking place in the canon of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Punisher were all shows that expanded the MCU at large, all while proving that the superhero franchise could have a darker side to it. This experimental side canon went strong for almost four years, but in that time, it became increasingly clear that these grittier heroes weren’t going to cross over with the movies any time soon.

While the New York City-based shows were able to feature nods to the larger canon — namely discussing the Chitauri attack and namedropping an Avenger every now and then — there were never any signs that the shows could ever interact with the movies more openly. In March 2015, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb even stated at the time that the goal of having a big crossover was a ways away.

“We have to earn that,” Jeph Loeb said about the potential for Avengers showing up alongside the Marvel Netflix heroes. “The audience needs to understand who all of these characters are and what the world is before you then start comingling in terms of where it’s going.”

By 2019, all hope seemed lost. The Marvel Netflix shows seemed to fizzle out unceremoniously with the third and final season of Jessica Jones in 2019. As per Marvel’s contract with Netflix, the former would have to wait two years after cancellation before being able to do anything with the characters.

But by 2021, Marvel Studios has wasted little time in getting these heroes back on their feet. Vincent D’Onofrio recently reprised his role as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin in Hawkeye on Disney Plus. With the resurgence of a fan-favorite character from Daredevil, the floodgates are officially open for the Marvel Netflix shows to make a comeback. Though they may not see any new seasons on Netflix, they may just show up in the many upcoming Marvel Studios projects in the future.