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Netflix & Disney's Marvel Team Up for Superhero Miniseries!

Netflix & Disney's Marvel Team Up for Superhero Miniseries!

Netflix and Walt Disney Company’s Marvel Entertainment have teamed up to bring four live-action superhero series’ to the streaming site!

Beginning sometime in 2015, a 13-episode series starring Daredevil (at one point played by Ben Affleck) will be released, followed by a Jessica Jones series, an Iron Fist series, and finally a Luke Cage series.

After all four series have come to life, a final installment bringing all of the characters together in The Defenders, a mini-series event.

The series will be “unparalleled in its scope and size, and reinforces our commitment to deliver Marvel’s brand, content and characters across all platforms of storytelling,” Marvel Entertainment President Alan Fine said in a statement.

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One Response to “Netflix & Disney's Marvel Team Up for Superhero Miniseries!”

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    MODOK AND CEREBUS Says:

    Does this mean we’ll have to get Netflix? Would have preferred Daredevil with Elektra, Mockingbird maybe coaching the unknown Jessica Jones, Iron Fist instead of the forgotten and forgettable Luke Cage, Punisher teaming up with Deadpool, and She-Hulk. 5 series right there. Jessica Jones is unknown and Luke Cage is forgotten and forgettable. How about issue-by-issue photorealistic cartoons of the entire 1960s Marvel Comics.

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