As for the Marvel Defenders universe on Netflix, Luc Cage Star Mike Colter was taken by surprise like the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe devotees when the series was canceled with Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and punisher. While promoting its current Paramount + series Times, the star spoke with Collider about the details left out. Colter played the main character, who is left with super strength and unbreakable skin after an experience. The then-actor appeared in the third season Jessica Jones, which he didn’t even know would be the last.
Where Luke Cage could have gone
“To be honest, no, that didn’t give me a chance to wrap it up,” Colter said. “There were so many places we could have taken it. There’s obviously the ‘Alias’ series where Jessica and Luke had a kid and had that adult life that they were trying to live, and there’s that moment where they work their blue collar, making ends meet. life together, which is very interesting. There’s the journey that Luke had in his own series with Harlem’s Paradise, where he took over the club and is he going to be a bad guy or a guy who’s on the other side of the law, and who will stop it. It was another interesting thing to watch, with maybe he was a little gangster, and that would have been cool too. So I don’t think there is any closure to that, and neither do I. I feel like we were able to get one of these closures by looking like Jessica Jones, but that’s what this is. It’s one of those things we’ll never know. where it’s like, ‘Oh, man!’ It’s unfortunate, but it’s just one of the things that sometimes happens on television. “
Colter is happy to have carved out his own place in Marvel history by leaving the character where he is. “When is it a premature goodbye?” ” he said. ” Yes of course. I think so. The positive thing about something like this is that you will always have a fond memory of something that hasn’t been around for too long. It’s like a relationship or anything else that has never reached its peak or its offspring. You have no negative memories of it because it will be living in that place of perfection, or in some sense of promise, at all times in our life. Times is currently in its second season and available to stream on Paramount +.
Bleeding Cool TV sur Instagram: For all the stuff too random and weird to make the site, be sure to follow us on Instagram (with an official launch on June 19): Bleeding Cool TV (@bleedingcooltv).
Daily distribution of BCTV: For a look at what’s happening in the TV and streaming landscape, sign up for Bleeding Cool’s daily email recap of the news you need to know here.