The Defenders Gets A Brand New Poster And A Flood Of Revealing New Stills

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August 01, 2017  09:06 PM

Marvel TV’s getting ready to drop The Defenders this month and it looks like the studio’s getting ready to add to the hype with its new poster and a bunch of new stills from the crossover series.

Released by Marvel earlier today, the new poster shows Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock, Krysten Ritter’s Jessica Jones, Mike Colter’s Luke Cage and Finn Jone’s Danny Rand looking cool in front of a backdrop decorated with graffiti. Though the image doesn’t give away too much about the upcoming series it certainly adds to the hype with its punk rock look. You can check it out above. 

Meanwhile, the new stills which were released by Netflix tease fans with a number of important moments in The Defenders. Not only do the new images show a meeting between Sigourney Weaver’s Alexandra and Wai Ching Ho’s Madame Gao, the stills also show a reunion between Luke Cage, Simmone Missick’s Misty Knight and Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple.


Some of the stills also show Elodie Yung’s Elktra checking out a room filled with weapons and a few moments with important Marvel Netflix side characters like Rachael Taylor’s Trish Walker and Jessica Henwick’s Colleen Wing.

These new stills come right after Henwick revealed that the Defenders would be gathering all most of its Marvel Netflix side in one room all together. It’s certainly going to be exciting to see how all these different characters interact.


The Defenders premieres on August 18 on Netflix.

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