A little more than a year after its launch, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been introduced into the modern world.
But what does the world of “Iron Fist” have in store for the series’ second season?
Here are five things you need to know about the world that the show has created.1.
The world of the show is a weird, strange place.
The Marvel Cinematics universe is a strange place to start.
It is a place where every element has a history and a backstory, but its creators have chosen to create a world where everyone knows what the hell they’re doing.
The show’s universe is filled with many of these characters, some of whom are in the public eye, and there’s a fair bit of drama and conflict to keep track of.
That said, the series does a good job of keeping its audience guessing as to who these characters really are.
“The Defenders” is a good example of how this can work: The series has two main characters who have never met before.
And when the second episode of “The Good” aired last month, there were still a lot of questions.
Why is Misty Knight so adamant about keeping the secret of her heritage?
How did she come to be in this position?
What is going on at “The Palace”?
What happened to the “Iron Hands”?
And most importantly, why does Luke Cage not know about her family?
All of these questions and more were answered during the premiere of “Luke Cage” season two.
And while those questions are often answered with a straight-faced “I dunno” and a vague explanation about who she is, it’s still interesting to see how fans will be left to decide if they want to know more about Misty Knight’s family.
It’s also fun to see what happens when the series decides to delve into the history of “Avengers” by showing that Iron Fist has some connections to the first Avengers.
In a world full of superheroes and super-villains, it makes for a compelling story.2.
Fans of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” will get some unexpected help.
Fans of “Agent Carter” will be excited to see the show’s cast come together in a new, live-action movie, “Agence de la Recherche du Jour,” in which “Agent” is an important player.
The film is set to open on May 6, 2018 and will star an ensemble cast that includes Chloe Bennet as Peggy Carter, Clark Gregg as Nick Fury, Elizabeth Henstridge as Daisy Johnson, Finn Jones as Quicksilver, Elizabeth Olsen as Natasha Romanoff, Michael Peña as Luke Cage, and Elizabeth Olsen.
It was announced earlier this month that the film will have a theatrical release and will include some very cool behind-the-scenes footage.
That being said, fans of “Captain America: Civil War” and “Iron Man 3” are already looking forward to the upcoming movie, so there’s definitely some anticipation for the return of “Marvel’s Agents of S H.I