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Rosario Dawson's DAREDEVIL Character Will Appear On JESSICA JONES

Melissa Rosenberg has been revealing quite a few tidbits about the Marvel TV series recently, and her latest is the most interesting yet. It seems Rosario Dawson's Claire Temple will definitely be "dropping in", and we might also be seeing Jones in her superhero costumes...




In Brian Michael Bendis' Alias comic, Jessica Jones has a couple of failed superhero identities under her belt (Jewel and Knightress) before she ditches the capes and decides to become a Private Eye, and it sounds like we might be getting a glimpse of Krysten Ritter suited up as one or both of those alter-egos, possibly in flashback. During her interview with ET Online, Melissa Rosenberg didn't come right out and confirm anything, but she did say that they're definitely going to "hit on it."

One thing she did confirm, however, was that Jessica Jones/Daredevil crossover we've been hearing about; as according to the showrunner, Rosario Dawson's Claire Temple will be a part of the show. "I think I'm allowed to say: Rosario Dawson will be dropping in," she revealed. "Smaller characters that populated that world will be popping in."
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UPDATE: JESSICA JONES Title Logo Officially Revealed

Here we have a first look at the new logo that will be used for Marvel and Netflix's Jessica Jones TV series. The title font is visible during Access Hollywood's video interview with showrunner/executive producer Melissa Rosenberg, which you can take a look at after the jump...




Though it hasn't actually been officially released just yet, we can get a first glimpse of the official logo that'll be used for Marvel and Netflix's Jessica Jones in the video below. In it, showrunner and EP Melissa Rosenberg praises lead actress Krystin Ritter's commitment to the role, and her toughness. She also says Netflix is the "dream" network for them to showcase the series.
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ESSICA JONES Executive Producers Open Up About 'Kilgrave', 'Luke Cage' & 'Trish Walker'

We've heard plenty of praise for Krysten Ritter's protagonist, and now the Jessica Jones producers have opened up about some of her supporting characters, including Mike Colter's 'Luke Cage' and David Tennant's villainous 'Kilgrave'. Hit the jump to check it out!




While at the TCA press tour last week, EPs Melissa Rosenberg and Jeph Loeb spoke in detail about Marvel's upcoming Jessica Jones series on Netflix. They began with Kristen Ritter's protagonist, who, like 'Matt Murdock' before her, looks set to undergo a very painful debut season. "She goes to very dark, emotional places... We beat the crap out of her," Rosenberg confessed, before adding: "You really get her strength of character, not in a noble way necessarily but sheís a tough broad."

Loeb, meanwhile, revealed that there's something very relatable about Jones' pain and struggles. "You really understand who she is and where she comes from and what each of us might have done in that similar situation," he claimed. "The viewer has a connection on a level that has nothing to do with powers, nothing to do with costumes, nothing to do with comic books. It has everything to do with being a human being and "What would I do" if that were that case?"


Next on the agenda was the series' main antagonist, the sadistic 'Kilgrave' - played by David Tennant. Full of praise for the former Doctor Who actor, Loeb likened Tennant's onscreen presence to that of Vincent D'Onofrio's from Daredevil. "In the same kind of way Vincent owned his half of Daredevil, you'll see David Tennant own his half of Jessica Jones," he promised. "You're continually finding this incredible balance."

Furthermore, despite 'The Purple Man's' more abhorrent character traits in the comics, Loeb suggested viewers may find themselves empathizing with the villain - as they did with D'Onofrio's 'Wilson Fisk'. "I think one of the things that Melissa handled so beautifully is that there are times where there are questions about what the villain is doing and you will be uncomfortably okay or not so much against what heís doing," the Marvel executive producer warned. "Until you go, ďOh no, youíre really the villain. You really are a horrible person.Ē"


Talk then moved onto Mike Colter's 'Luke Cage', who will guest star on Jessica Jones before embarking on his own solo Netflix series at some point in the near future. Loeb praised Rosenberg for giving Cage "an opportunity for people to get to know him" before his own show, and insisted that Cage was integral to Jones' story. "It would not be Jessica Jones unless you at least understood how Luke affected her life and where she is."

Loeb also added that despite the fact that Cage is set to play a key role in this series, Marvel have still kept much of his backstory in the tank for his own solo show. Revealing that Jessica Jones' Cage is in the "early part of the middle" of his journey, Loeb claimed that this allows them to expand on his backstory and further adventures in Luke Cage. "Where he came from and most importantly where heís going is what that series is about," he stated.


Loeb next went on to explain the decision to include longtime Marvel heroine 'Patsy "Trish" Walker' (a.k.a. 'Hellcat' in the comics) as a supporting character on the show. "Melissa talked about the kind of character that she wanted her to be friends with and that it was important that there was somebody in her life who made it all look easy - but not necessarily felt that way," he declared.

Walker's comic book history tracks way back to the 1950s. Loeb noted how Rosenberg and her writing team put "a unique spin" on Walker's past occupation as a model and applied it to a modern day setting. "I think that when people see it, theyíll recognize that it very much works for todayís audience," he claimed. He also praised Rosenberg for her ability to craft a realistic, sisterly bond between the show's two most prominent female characters.
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Krysten Ritter Teases LUKE CAGE Hook-Up In JESSICA JONES


Mike Colter's Luke Cage and Krysten Ritter's Jessica Jones will have a very 'adult' relationship in the second Marvel|Netflix collaboration coming this Fall. Will the show dare to tackle that one, 'infamous' hook-up between Jones and Cage?



Charlie Cox's Daredevil definitely had his fair share of sexual tension with Deborah Ann Woll's Karen Page and Rosario Dawson's Claire Temple. But the next collaboration between Marvel and Netflix centers around a graphic novel series from Brian Michael Bendis that definitely didn't shy away from 'physical intimacy'. Speaking on the This Week In Marvel podcast, Krysten Ritter confirmed that the show will not be shying away from the source material's adult nature. Ritter admitted she was nervous about some of the scenes but relied on Colter for support. "At the end of the day, I also knew Mike had my back. Whether we were doing stunts together, or love-making scenes, which I'm not very comfortable with."

While the sexually explicit nature from Alias sounds as if it will remain intact for the Netflix drama, it appears that David Tennant's Purple Man is going to be slightly different. Without going into spoilery details, Ritter stated that the background for Purple Man on the show, "is twisted around and expanded on and developed."

To hear more from Ritter, listen to the This Week In Marvel podcast. Marvel's Jessica Jones is still without a release date but it's confirmed to have a Fall 2015 release date.

An example of the relationship dynamic between Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.
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First Official Teaser For Marvel's JESSICA JONES; Show Set To Premiere Nov 20


"It's time the world knew her name." Netflix has set an official release date for their new Marvel series Jessica Jones. The show is set to premiere on Nov. 20 at 12:01am. We also have our first teaser, featuring some cool music and imagery. Check it out...




No actual footage from the show in our first teaser unfortunately, but we do get a few animated glimpses of what we can expect when Jessica Jones premieres in November. There's flashes of the character's "Alias Investigations" office (and someone being shown the way out), as well as a similar shot from the Daredevil teaser, with Jones standing in the streets of New York. Did you spot the Avengers Tower?
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UPDATE: First Official JESSICA JONES Stills Feature 'Luke Cage,' 'Kilgrave,' & Titular Superheroine


In anticipation of its upcoming premiere, Marvel has just unleashed five of the first official images from the Jessica Jones Netflix series, and they provide a HQ look at the leading lady, plus Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Trish Walker (Rachel Taylor), and Kilgrave (David Tennant).





Following the first teaser trailer that didn't offer any footage, we now have the first official visuals from Marvel's Jessica Jones Netflix series in the form of still images. Offering a proper first look at Krysten Ritter as Jones, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, Rachel Taylor as Trish Walker, and David Tennant as the villain Kilgrave/ Purple Man, the images can be seen below. The release of these five stills is a likely indication that we'll get a proper trailer sooner than later.

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Marvel's Jessica Jones will follow the titular superheroine "after a tragic ending to her short-lived super hero stint" and as she is now "rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases involving people with extraordinary abilities in New York City." Starring Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Rachel Taylor (Trish Walker), David Tennant (Kilgrave) among others, the 13-episode Jessica Jones series will premiere on Netflix Nov., 20, 2015.
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1st Trailer : http://www.superherohype.com/news/35...-jones-trailer
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Reactions To Marvel's JESSICA JONES Pilot Praise Netflix Show As "Mature And Compelling"


It appears the newest small-screen installment to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jessica Jones, will be another success as the first episode of the Netflix series was shown at the New York Comic-Con, and the lucky viewers are reporting to Twitter with rave reviews. Check it out!





We're just over a month before Jessica Jones starts streaming on Netflix, but those who attended Marvel's New York Comic-Con panel yesterday got to see the full first episode of the Marvel series. And many of those lucky folks naturally took to social media to share their impressions of the pilot, and they are all quite overwhelming. Judging by the tweets below, Jessica Jones is not only another hit for Marvel, but it also seems to be darker and more mature than anything we've seen from the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far (even Daredevil). From the introduction of lesbian characters, to an intense sex scene featuring the titular heroine detective, find out what folks are saying below!


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JESSICA JONES Will Feature That Scene From The ALIAS Comic


After Daredevil it was pretty obvious that Marvel were going more adult with their Netflix projects, but surely nobody expected the Jessica Jones TV show to depict this one particularly graphic moment from the comics. Be warned, some mild SPOILERS ahead...




The first reactions to the Jessica Jones pilot screening at NYCC made it clear that Marvel wasn't shying away from the darker, more mature elements of Brian Michael Bendis' source material - but now we have details of one scene in particular that's sure to surprise or even shock most fans.

When we first meet Jones in the Alias comic she's engaging in... well, let's just say a very specific sex act with Luke Cage. It's become an infamous moment, with fans joking that as adult as Marvel seemed to be going with their Netflix shows, there was no way that scene would make it to the screen. Yeah... it did! Here's the breakdown courtesy of Vulture.
Smash cut to Luke on top of Jessica in his bed, going at it with a sexual fury unlike anything Marvel (or DC, for that matter) has even come close to putting on screen. She eggs him on, and when he warns her that she might not be able to take it, she insists she can. At that point, he flips her over and starts taking her from behind while the camera focuses on her impassioned face. It's a scene where Jessica is in total control of her sexuality. Whatever her reason may be for banging Luke, she's doing it on her terms. It's the way real-life grown-ups have sex, not the way neutered TV superheroes do. The audience at Comic Con seemed to simultaneously clutch its pearls and lean forward in titillated fascination.
It's not clear whether or not Jones and Cage are doing exactly what they did in the comic, but either way it sounds like a very graphic scene indeed. It doesn't seem like they're going to be toning down just how twisted David Tennant's Kilgrave is either, as Vulture's report also suggests that he'll be using his mind control powers to commit at least 2 rapes. Click the link below for more.
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Marvel's Jessica Jones: Krysten Ritter & Melissa Rosenberg Talk Jessica's Hallway Moment




(Photo: Marvel TV / Netflix) Sitting down in a press room at New York Comic Con, the excitement from the cast and crew of Jessica Jones was palpable. The second series from the Marvel TV and Netflix collaboration, the show centers around the titular character, a superpowered (or ďgiftedĒ as they use in the program) private detective with a troubled past played by Krysten Ritter.
When the actress and the Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg sat down at our roundtable for their first ever interview with press, you could see a strange dichotomy of anxiety and relief on their faces. The cast was all smiles and joking with each other as they walked in the door. Before any questions were asked, since food was a topic of those jokes, Rosenberg said, ďDuring this production, [Ritter] had to walk around with like piles of meat, just to feed the muscle she was building.Ē Ritter chuckled, but also smiled and nodded knowingly.
During the roundtable interview, Ritter and Rosenberg talked about the dark tone of the show, about being "slutty" without being objectified, and about the experience of filming a "13-hour character study." They also revealed what their "hallway moment" is, comparing the end of their pilot to the celebrated and buzzed-about scene in Daredevil.
Here is the full transcript of our conversation, including questions asked by others at the roundtable.
If you could give the one sentence pitch for Jessica Jones, what would that be?
Krysten Ritter: (to Rosenberg) One sentence, good luck! (laughs)
Melissa Rosenberg: Itís a total badass, very damaged, and darkly funny character whoís a detective in Hellís Kitchen with a little something special.
Ritter: Thatís pretty muchÖ weíre just starting interviews, but by the end of the day Iíll probably have it down! I would say itís a darkly comedic character study of a former superhero.
Rosenberg: Oh, thatís much better!
Ritter: Thanks! (laughs)
You seem to love this character so much and really bite into herÖ
Ritter: I do love this character. Itís the role of a lifetime. As an actress I got to do everything that Iíve always wished to do, but have never found in one part. I feel like youíre either doing comedy or doing drama. This is doing drama, looking badass and cool, and also being funny sometimes; obviously, itís more drama than comedy but I got a couple one-liners in there, and also doing action. Itís so rare to get all those things in one part.
Her sense of style is so uniqueÖ
Ritter: Her sense of style is really awesome, and something I, from the beginning had a very specific idea about based on what was established in the comic book, plus whatís in the script, and from Mel and Marvel. I wanted to make sure that she looked iconic in a way, that she was identifiable immediately. I wanted Jessica Jones to be a Halloween costume!
(Another Interviewer) What I love about her is she doesnít wear heels!
Ritter: (laughs) Thatís what I love about her! I love that I wasnít wearing tight jeans, I was wearing comfortable, practical things. I have to be able to work, I have to be able to get dirty, to jump around and get a little rough.
Rosenberg: One of the things that you always have when you have a female detective or a cop is that they always end up having to play the honeypot. Cut to the scene when they put on the tight dress and go do this Ė from day one, that was never going to be Jessica Jones.
Ritter: One of my favorite things about Mel, because she has such an integrity about a female character like this, is me not being in a slutty outfit or high heels, itís just not about that.
Rosenberg: Itís not that she doesnít get to be slutty. (laughs)
Ritter: (laughs) Itís just not obvious or in your face, or done in a way youíve seen before.
ComicBook.com: The teasers have been so interesting because youíre showing so much of her attitude in these tiny little silent vignettes. What was it like filming those?
Ritter: Yeah, the marketing campaign, even when we were just seeing what we were going to shoot, is so genius because itís really about teasing out her personality, her attitude, and her powers. Nobody Ė you know, Jessica Jones isnít the most famous comic book character, so getting to know her in those little bits and pieces, whoever came up with that marketing idea deserves a medal.
This new series requires even more special effects than Daredevil, right?
Rosenberg: No, actually the other way around. Daredevil is all action, and they do it really well. We have a great deal of action, but itís really more about character.
Ritter: This is like a thirteen hour character study.
Rosenberg: But she does kick ass! We went through, not only did she get wounded on a regular basis, but we went through three different stuntwomen! One broke her ankle, one had a neck injury, and I forget what the other one had. But they were dropping like flies, we were like, ďmaybe weíre working them a little hard!Ē
Jessicaís a very damaged person from the start of this story, how do you see through her eyes?
Ritter: For me, itís all about prep work. My whole paycheck went to my acting coach! (laughs) Itís really about breaking down the scripts, breaking down scene by scene and finding clues and things to build from, finding a physicality. Itís all about prep work and finding that place where she lives.
She lives in a dark place! She has a very hot temper, she has post-traumatic stress; itís a very dark headspace to live in. So it was just about finding that slowly, and luckily I had the time before we started filming. Then once we started filming, just by nature of shooting nights and not sleeping, you kind of get there and you stay there.
Was it difficult to stay in that headspace while you were filming?
Ritter: Yeah, and towards the end Ė Iíve never shot anything this long. I was thinking about it, and my first audition was about a year ago to the date. So Iíve been living in this characterís headspace for almost a year. By the end of filming, I was like, ďoh my gosh!Ē If Iím walking down the street and I see something thatís kind of scary, my instinct is to like, beat them up! (laughs) Iím just ready! Which is not meÖ So it was definitely an amazing experience. Creatively, this was the most rewarding experience of my entire career.
Rosenberg: Mine as well!
Ritter: So yeah, living in that headspace definitely changed me a bit. Now Iím back (laughs).
Rosenberg: Krysten really went through a complete physical change as well. She was working out for months before we started shooting to put on bulk Ė because sheís a thin girl, obviously! So it really takes work to put muscle on that. But youíll see from the first episode, she got cut!
Ritter: It helps with the physicality of the character because sheís so heavy and has all the weight of the world on her, so it changed the way that I carried myself. The first thing I did when we rapped shooting was stop working out! (laughs).
Daredevil ďannounced itselfĒ with that hallway battle. What would you say is the sort of ďwowzaĒ moment early on for Jessica Jones?
Rosenberg: In many ways, I think the end of the pilot is pretty much that moment.
Ritter: I was thinking that, too.
Rosenberg: Youíre going through the pilot and itís sort of easyÖ Edgy, a little humor, you almost think itís over. Then this incredibly dark hit Ė I think the pilot really says something about all the different aspects youíre going to have in this show.
Did the success of Daredevil help you guys at all, the reaction to it?
Rosenberg: I think it actually put more eyes on us in a way, and people started meddling more! (laughs) It was nice to know, it meant we are going to get eyeballs. Itís a nice thing when you create a show to know youíre going to have an audience. You donít know how theyíre going to respond, but not every show has that. Everyoneís fighting for audience space.
ComicBook.com: You mentioned that obviously, Jessica Jones is a lesser-known comic book character, even Daredevil at least had a movie and animated series that raised his profile a bit. Whatís the good and the bad that comes with having a character that your average viewer might not know?
Ritter: The good, and only the good, is that Iím the first person to play Jessica Jones. Itís not like Iím playing Batman or something and itís been done and going to be compared to Michael Keaton, you know what I mean? (laughs)
From the beginning, obviously the Alias comics are epic. So much to draw from there. The scripts are epic. When I finished reading the scripts that were available to me and all the comics, I asked Jeph Loeb, the head of Marvel Television, ďWhatís next? What else can I read?Ē He said, ďI appreciate your voracious appetite for all things Jessica Jones, but she will be as developed for television, as she is in the comics.Ē
So itís a little bit more freedom, I guess. And yeah, originating a character is very special.
Relating this to that epicness, obviously this is going forward connected to Luke Cage and eventually the Defenders, did you know going forward you might have that commitment?
Ritter: Well there is that commitment. Me getting this gig was a real gamechanger. First of all, having a show thatís picked up [ahead of time] is amazing! Having a character like this available to me is amazing. This is two shows! This is Jessica Jones and The Defenders which is really unheard of. And itís on a network that as a viewer is my favorite. It comes out in fifty countries! I feel like someone gave me one of those golden tickets from Willy Wonka!
So I feel really blessed and fortunate, but a lot of pressure. Like you (Rosenberg) were saying about the eyes on it Ė oh my gosh, people are going to see it though!
Rosenberg: And the show is called Jessica Jones, so she is in virtually every scene. Toward the middle when she was collapsing working five days a week months and months on end, we were trying to create stories for the other characters, but you have to earn those. You have to earn the ensemble. So we just beat the hell out of her.
Ritter: Yeah, I barely survived (laughs).
Rosenberg: It was amazing, what she went through.
Do you think Marvel Comics would ever pick up on some of these stories youíre doing?
Rosenberg: Thereís one out! Brian Michael Bendis just released a new comic book.
Ritter: It came out like two days ago!
Rosenberg: Yeah, the character is now dressed in the clothes that Krysten established in the show.
Ritter: Her hairís a little bit darkerÖ
Rosenberg: So heís reverse engineering it back into the comics a bit already.
How did you find the chemistry with Mike Colter (Luke Cage)?
Ritter: I donít know, itís magic. We were so lucky. It doesnít always happen. We read together twice, and he was the only person I read with. I thought we worked great together, heís so tall and so am I so thatís nice, he makes me look like a normal sized person (laughs). We had such a great chemistry from the beginning. We challenged each other, we make each other laugh endlessly, we bicker like brother and sister, so Iím very lucky that he was there.
What was the first scene you shot together?
Ritter: Our first scene we shot together was our first time being on screen in the show (at the bar). Thatís rare, and it was also a scene we did in our audition. So it was a scene that weíd done probably twenty times, and when we got there, youíre always like, ďweíve done this so many times, how do we keep it fresh?Ē But when we got there, youíre on the set, and youíre those characters, it almost took on a whole new life. That scene went very different than it did during our auditions. More chemistry!
Youíve done intense roles before like Breaking Bad, but this is obviously a whole other thing, how does it compare to things like that?
Ritter: You know, it doesnít. This is just a way more intense, way more all-encompassing Ė I didnít do anything besides Jessica Jones for nine months. Nothing. I didnít talk about anything, I didnít do anything, I didnít leave the house. Iíd go to work, Iíd come home, go to sleep, wake up a few hours later and get back in the van to go back to work. This was the most immersed Iíve ever been in a world or a character.
ComicBook.com: What is the fan experience so far for you with this, with the built in fanbase of the Marvel Studios and Marvel Comics fans, their reaction and anticipation?
Ritter: I donít know because we just finished and I havenít been out in the world!
Rosenberg: Just today, ask us at the end of the day! (laughs)
Ritter: Yeah, this is my first thing, our first appearance as a cast, so I donít know yet. I know that what I see on twitter is very positive, and my twitter is definitely more active.
ComicBook.com: Do you feel prepared for the panel, being in front of 5,000 fans excited for this?
Ritter: Honestly, Iíve never done anything like this. Iíve never done comic-con, Iíve never been in a situation like this. So Iím very nervous, Iím very excited. I love this show so much, so Iím very happy to start the press!
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Mike Colter On LUKE CAGE Discovering The Limits Of His Powers In JESSICA JONES


SPOILER WARNING - Actor Mike Colter discusses his role as Luke Cage in AKA Jessica Jones with reporters that have seen the first two episodes. "Heís discovering this power as you see him, he doesnít know what he can do." Apparently there's a very specific test.



When Luke Cage appears in Marvel's Jessica Jones, he'll already have his powers. However, they'll be fairly new to him and he won't know the upper limits of his capabilities. Apparently in episode 2 of Jessica Jones, Cage finds himself in a precarious position on a table saw but of course walks away unscathed thanks to his unbreakable skin.

 
Speaking to Collider, Mike Colter stated, "You guys have seen the first two [episodes]. I think there are more than one moment for me, but since youíve seen the first two, I think for me itís like, we talk about realism and what we can do and less is more and stuff like that and being grounded. For me it was the table saw moment for Cage at the end of [episode] two, this moment where youíre like, you show your power but in a subtle way in a sense but itís so effective and then itís just a moment, itís like this thing where youíre like ĖBecause whatís great about what theyíre doing is like weíre discovering, especially for Cage, heís discovering this power as you see him, he doesnít know what he can do. And so he has the power, he doesnít know what he can do, so he knows some things, he doesnít know everything. So youíll find that out as it goes, thatís whatís cool, that moment of like, ďI know I can do this and this is what Iím gonna show you right now thatíll let you knowÖĒ you know. But itís a movie moment, itís one of those things where youíre like, ďIím unbreakable.Ē This is that moment and then what does that mean? All that stuff. So that was that moment where we shot that, I remember we were rushing to get it shot but it turned out a cool moment."

Based on Colter's comments it sounds as if Colter is somehow strapped on a table saw, seemingly about to be split in two and then the scene shifts and when we return there's a mangled table saw and Cage is long gone. Subtle, but definitely an indicator of what Luke Cage is all about.
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First Full-Length JESSICA JONES Trailer Shows Off Our Heroine's Powers & Deadly Nemesis

As promised, Netflix have released the first official trailer for Jessica Jones. Featuring a ton of new footage, and a strong hint at what the show's narrative will be like, it's a great tease. Highlights? Seeing our titular heroine's superhuman abilities and David Tennant's terrifying villain.




"God didn't do this, the Devil did. And I'm gonna find him."

It's finally here! Netflix have officially released the first full trailer for Jessica Jones - and it's a beauty! Featuring a whole host of unseen footage, we finally get to see Krysten Ritter's formidable heroine showing off a few of her abilities - to Mike Colter's Luke Cage no less! As for the rest of the trailer, it easily looks like Marvel's darkest project yet, thanks, largely, to David Tennant's menacing villain, 'Kilgrave', who "leaves a trail of broken people behind him" and a lasting impact on both Jessica and (no doubt) the audience too. Check it out and leave your thoughts below!

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JESSICA JONES & 'Kilgrave' Face-Off In New Image From the Netflix Series


Netflix has updated its Jessica Jones listing with a brand new image of the titular heroine (Krysten Ritter) approaching Kilgrave (David Tennant) while he seemingly taunts her from a stage. We also have a brief new synopsis, which more clearly defines what Jones' mission will be....



ďHaunted by a traumatic past, Jessica Jones uses her gifts as a private eye to find her tormentor before he can harm anyone else in Hellís Kitchen.Ē
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JESSICA JONES Will Reportedly Feature An Appearance From DAREDEVIL


We figured we might have to wait until The Defenders before seeing Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) and Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) interact, but according to a new report we will witness the two heroes meet at some point during the upcoming Netflix series' 13-episode run...

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Rosario Dawson's Claire Temple has already been confirmed to make the jump from Daredevil to Jessica Jones, but what about the Man Without Fear himself? Even though both shows are set in Hell's Kitchen, most fans figured the second of Marvel and Netflix's shows would keep the focus on the titular heroine and save a face-to-face with Matt Murdock for a later date - but according to Jon Schnepp of Collider Heroes, we will indeed be seeing the blind vigilante make his presence felt on Jessica Jones.

"You're definitely gonna see Matt Murdock in Jessica Jones," Schnepp stated during the hour-long YouTube show. "That's a fact. He's in it. I don't know how they interact, but he's in the series." So obviously no specifics on which episode he'll pop up in, or if we'll actually see him in costume, but some very interesting news nonetheless.
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SPOILERS: Check Out The Synopses For Every Episode Of Marvel's JESSICA JONES

The synopses for all thirteen episodes of Marvel and Netflix's Jessica Jones have leaked, and as well as dropping a pretty major hint about a cameo from a certain someone, there are plenty of intriguing new details in regards to Purple Man, Luke Cage, and much more...

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We're now just weeks away from the launch of Jessica Jones on Netflix, and thanks to Spoiler TV, we now have the synopses for each instalment of the thirteen part drama. They're all pretty vague, so don't worry about any major plot twists being revealed, but there's still a lot of very interesting hints here about what's to come when the Alias character makes her small screen debut. One big take away here is that the focus is going to be on Jessica's battle with Kilgrave from the very start.

It's also worth noting that episode ten ("The Kumbaya Circle Jerk") has been retitled, as has episode twelve ("Jewel and the Power Man"). It's easy to understand the change with the former, while the latter was most likely altered because it may have been a fairly massive spoiler for what's going to go down in that one. Of course, by far the potentially biggest reveal here is the mention of, "help from someone else in the neighborhood,"in the finale. That sounds a lot like Daredevil, eh?

AKA Ladies Night: Jessica Jones is hired to find a pretty NYU student who''s vanished, but it turns out to be more than a simple missing persons case

AKA Crush Syndrome: Jessica vows to prove Hope's innocence, even though it means tracking down a terrifying figure from her own past.

AKA It's called Whiskey: It won't be easy to acquire or deploy. but Jessica thinks she's found a weapon to use against Kilgrave. Luke and Jessica bond over their similarities.

AKA: 99 Friends: A new case demands attention as Jessica tries to find out who's spying on her for Kilgrave. Trish's radio show yields unexpected consequences

AKA The Sandwich Saved Me: Despite Jessica's objections, Trish's new friend Simpson gets involved in the hunt for Kilgrave. Jessica recalls a pivotal moment in her life.

AKA You're a Winner: Luke hires Jessica to help him find someone who may have skipped town, but she fears he'll learn too much about her history in the process.

AKA Top Shelf Perverts: Malcom, Simpson and Trish go rouge to prevent Jessica from carrying out an extreme plan to outwit Kilgrave.

AKA WWJD: Jessica experiences a strange homecoming courtesy of Kilgrave. Hograth's conflict with her estranged wife reaches a tipping point

AKA Sin Bin: Just when Jessica has Kilgrave right where she want's him. Hogarth's involvement complicates the situation. Details of Kilgrave's past emerge.

AKA 1,000 Cuts: A discovery has the potential to change the entire game -- if Jessica can refuse Kilgrave's offer.

AKA I've Got The Blues: Jessica searches morgues for clues. Trish goes all out to keep Simpson from getting in Jessica's way. Malcom has an epiphany.

AKA Take a Bloody Number: The hunt for Kilgrave reunites Jessica with Luke. Trish receives some unexpected information about Simpson and Jessica.

AKA Smile: Jessica and Luke get help from someone else in the neighborhood. Kilgrave gears up for a major test of powers against Jessica.
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A New Look At Carrie-Anne Moss As 'Jeryn Hogarth' In JESSICA JONES


We recently got a huge batch of images from Netflix's Jessica Jones, but since it's a quiet Sunday night why not take a look at one more. Marvel has released a new still of The Matrix's Carrie-Anne Moss as no nonsense attorney, Jeryn Hogarth. Check it out...



Aside from the occasional supporting role in the likes of Memento, Carrie-Anne Moss all-but fell off the radar after her turn as Trinity in the Matrixtrilogy, but she'll return in just a couple of weeks as a gender-swapped incarnation of Jeryn Hogarth in Marvel and Netflix's Jessica Jones.

In the comics, Hogarth is an attorney and manager for the Heroes For Hire business, but it seems she'll be first introduced on the show as a close friend (and maybe more than just a friend) of Krysten Ritter's titular superheroine. Here's a new image courtesy of Marvel's Latino Twitter page.
ďHaunted by a traumatic past, Jessica Jones uses her gifts as a private eye to find her tormentor before he can harm anyone else in Hellís Kitchen.Ē
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'Marvel's Jessica Jones': TV Review



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The Bottom Line

An enthralling superhero noir.
Premieres

Friday, Nov. 20, on Netflix
Cast

Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, David Tennant
Creator

Melissa Rosenberg


Krysten Ritter glowers and shines in Marvel's strong 'Daredevil' follow-up on Netflix.

Premiering on Netflix on Nov. 20, Marvel's Jessica Jones looks and feels a bit like a cable antihero series ó but it's really more of a post-hero story, making it fascinating and unique in a marketplace that doesn't lack for costumed do-gooders of all types. Through seven episodes, Jessica Jones looks like another Netflix success for Marvel, following the spring launch of Daredevil.
Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), granted yet-to-be-fully explored powers in a yet-to-be-fully explained accident, tried to do the superhero thing, save lives and make New York City a better place. Things went pear-shaped. Tragedy ensued. Now, Jessica is running a ramshackle private-eye business, mostly taking pictures of cheating husbands. She's dodging her best friend (Rachael Taylor as a former child star turned radio personality) and taking a particular interest in a local bartender (Mike Colter). It's very early on that an abduction case involving college athlete Hope (Erin Moriarty) pulls Jessica back into the sphere of the purple-clad Kilgrave (David Tennant), the mysterious man who was the ruination of her dreams of heroism.
Working off a relatively new Marvel character created by Brian Michael Bendis, series creator Melissa Rosenberg is approaching Jessica Jones as a piece of hard-boiled noir, with Jessica as the brooding hero rather than the femme fatale. Jessica is haunted by her past and prone to outbursts of anger, self-medication with prodigious amounts of cheap booze and world-weary voiceover narration that propels the story. That she happens to be outrageously strong, able to leap to the fire escapes of tall buildings in a single bound and heal impressively fast, is secondary because even if the world can't hurt Jessica Jones, she's doing a pretty good job self-flagellating on her own.
While slight of stature, Ritter inhabits Jessica's callused mindset in a way that suggests her sarcastic quips only barely cover her real pain. It's a mix of the attitude Ritter brought to ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 and the wounded soul she brought to Breaking Bad, with a new swagger that comes from knowing your character could beat the snot out of nearly everybody in the world. We know from flashbacks that Jessica always had been adrift, but her brief run as a hero gave her purpose and fortitude, both of which were stripped away by Tennant's Purple Man. How do you handle being a survivor instead of a hero?
Read more: 'Jessica Jones' Boss Says Netflix Show Will Be 'Wildly Different' From 'Daredevil'
If Ritter's Jessica is the noir protagonist, that makes Tennant's character the femme fatale. Introduced initially in creepy and insinuating vocal appearances ó Tennant's native accent is back after that Gracepoint strangeness last fall ó and only teased through brief glimpses in the earliest episodes, Kilgrave is the catalyst for the series' action, the untrustworthy figure whom people can't help but trust. Rather than luring people into credulity through sex wiles, this homme fatale lures women (and men) through mind control. Civilians are easy prey, but Jessica is nearly unstoppable physically, in a way enhancing the threat that comes from Kilgrave's violations of her mind. Jessica Jones therefore becomes a series about consent, abuse and trespass of the most intimate and troubling kind ó a series about the impact of rape and trauma without the depiction of literal rape. New York City, even in its darkest, scuzziest alleys, is Jessica Jones' home, her security. But Kilgrave can do what thugs and deviants cannot: take away her security. Tennant makes the character seductive and crazed.
If Jessica Jones has a serious flaw in the early-going, it's that, as intriguing as Kilgrave is, the show shares Jessica's monomaniacal fixation on the character, and the result is a sort of narrative claustrophobia. Even Jessica's interest in the man we quickly learn is Luke Cage is Kilgrave-related. Taylor's Trish becomes part of Jessica's Kilgrave fascination and even ties in thematically because of the manipulation she experienced in her days as a young actress, as well as some other dark events that have Trish learning Krav Maga in a fortress of an apartment. Everything in these opening episodes ties back to Kilgrave, and Kilgrave is such a twisted figure that it's hard for any light to get in.
Fortunately, Ritter's co-stars are good enough on their own that the insularity doesn't rankle. Colter has been a valuable part of the Good Wife extended universe, but his assertive star power here instantly whets appetites for the Luke Cage Marvel/Netflix series that will be coming next. It's hard to watch Colter and not think that TV and movies should have been trying to give this guy franchise vehicles for years. Taylor, in contrast, has been a pet project of casting directors through at least three quickly canceled network shows, but this is the first time her potential properly is utilized. Jessica's relationships with Luke and Trish are driven by different needs ó love, lust, friendship, forgiveness ó and that keeps the Kilgrave of it all from overwhelming.
The rest of the Jessica Jones supporting cast is solidly populated, though I'm still waiting for Carrie-Anne Moss to have anything meaty to do and for Aussie actor Wil Traval to decide where his character's accent hails from.
Read more:'Daredevil' Teases Elektra and Punisher at New York Comic-Con
Daredevil garnered the best reviews of Marvel's TV productions because of the show's grounded placement in a post-Avengers NYC and also because of its complicated and human depiction of its lead. That show's provocative Catholic view of the superhero landscape is nicely paralleled by the steely feminism of Jessica Jones, a moodier companion to what DC's Supergirl is doing over on CBS. Daredevil also earned raves for its action scenes and fight choreography, which won't be where Jessica Jones wins plaudits, since there's a big difference between the hand-to-hand intimacy used by the only-slightly enhanced Matt Murdock and the gifts wielded by Jessica and Luke.
Jessica Jones has some decent action, and when it needs to feature superpowers, it does so in effective minimalist fashion, treating Jessica's strength and near-flight matter-of-factly rather than with awe. The show's tension is much more character-driven. Even more than Murdock in Daredevil, Jessica Jones dominates the proceedings in the show that bears her name ó and thanks to Rosenberg and Ritter, the first season is well on its way to delivering.
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Netflix Updates Launch Page With New Photos & Video From Marvel's JESSICA JONES


As Netflix gears up to launch their second Marvel series, Jessica Jones, which is currently receiving universal critical acclaim, they've released a couple new promotional photos & a video of Krysten Ritter as the titular heroine. Come check it out! All 13 episodes premiere November 20.





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David Tennant Would Love Purple Man to be in an Avengers Movie




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In an interview with Vanity Fair, David Tennant talked extensively about transitioning from being a fan-favorite hero to being the terrifying villain of Jessica Jones. As Kilgrave, who is better known in the pages of Marvel Comics as Purple Man, Tennant transforms into a dark, manipulative character who wants what he wants, and takes it.
"I think there's something rather chilling about him. He's not particularly interested in world domination, or accruing vast amounts of wealth, or destroying the Fantastic Four, or whatever it might be," he said of his character. "He's just out to get what he can and he has the extraordinary ability which means that he has a certain indestructibility, really."
Oddly, Tennant says, there's a "horribly appealing" sense to Kilgrave's powers. "Of course, that's something that we all slightly, perhaps at times, start to fantasize about. Maybe that's why he's particularly terrifying to people."
As for his future in other Marvel TV series or Marvel Studios films, Tennant evoked the ever-present "Marvel marksmen trained on us all the time" that every actor in these projects seems to joke about - to the point that it's almost believable. Of course, he would certainly enjoy doing more, even making the leap to the big screen, and these are projects where "#ItsAllConnected."
"Thereís an acceptance that we are in the same world as the Avengers and Spider-Man, but you can't quite imagine it happening," he said. "Having said that, I'd be very happy to be in an Avengers movie. Any of them."
He won't "allude to anything," including any appearances in Luke Cage or any of the other Defenders series, but "it's always more fun to keep these enigmas, isn't it?"
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are they dropping the entire season or just a few at a time?
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It should be the full season like they did with DD (although I've already been seeing episode reviews online)
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