Honestly.. I thought season 2 of ironfist was pretty good, and both were better than Jessica Jones second season... oof.. that was bad. And season 3 was only barely betterK_Steel wrote:While that's true, this is more of a 'quality control' thing.fac wrote: ↑Tue May 04, 2021 6:30 pmI don't feel any of the Netflix show characters are powerful enough, or the storylines being at a scale that overlaps to MCU stories, that their absence from past MCU events would be hard to explain. Last we saw the characters it was pre-Snap and they didn't introduce any characters that I could see the MCU wanting to revamp enough to recast/reboot. So folding them in would be easier than starting over.
Iron Fist in a mid-credits scene in Shang-Chi wouldn't shock me for instance.
Kevin Feige had nothing to do with the Netflix shows, and they were hit and miss. Daredevil was a hit, no doubt. The others were divisive, to terrible.
Re-using most of the same actors, but in a new context and timeline created by Feige is probably the route they'll go. Instead of trying to maintain the Loeb continuity and aesthetics, or expecting audiences to have seen those shows... as most didn't.
The only character I'd replace outright is Iron Fist. It was one of the worst superhero shows ever done, and tieing it into the MCU would be damaging.
Reintroduce the character with a new actor as Orson Randall. That's probably the best option at this point.
He could be a longtime rival of Wen Wu/ The Mandarin.
You could keep Ritter and Colter. Introduce them as a married couple with superpowers without specifically referencing the events of the Netflix shows.
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