Back in the summer of 2018, comic creators Mark Miller An agreement was reached with Netflix to convert multiple films of its Millarworld brand into movies and TV shows for streaming services, and the first film will eventually be available this year.
Jupiter teaser trailer
This is the official feed Jupiter’s legacy, By entering Netflix May 7 2021:
After maintaining human security for nearly a century, the world’s first generation of superheroes must count on their children to continue to inherit this legacy. However, as young superheroes desire to prove their worth and strive to live up to their parents’ legendary public reputation and strict personal standards, tensions intensify.
Josh Duhamel said in the voice-over of this trailer: “One day you will be stronger than anyone else in the world. Every evil you can imagine will fight against humans. Not for justice, but for revenge. And you will be the future.” Obviously, he is talking to a young superhero who will rely on this hero to protect the world, but we have not seen any in the series. Character.
The material of the trailer is not from actual performances, but is composed of images and structures of fans Jupiter’s legacy You may know the comics. The red cloak that fluttered for a moment exudes a superhuman aura, and it seems that it can easily become the location of the Justice Hall.
will Jupiter’s legacy Can you rock the joystick in the superhero action of Marvel Cinematic Universe or DC Extended Universe? This is a tall order, but Netflix definitely wants to establish its own major superhero franchise.Although they just launched We can be heroes January (there has been a sequel to the work), Jupiter’s legacy This will be aimed at a more mature audience rather than children, which is exactly what Netflix needs to compete with Disney+ and HBO Max in the superhero sector.
Jupiter’s legacy Also stars Leslie Bibb (iron Man), Ben Daniels (Crown), Elena Kampouris (Elena Kampouris) (Holy lie), Andrew Horton (How to talk to the girl at the party), Mike Wade (For the people), with Matt Rand (Everlasting)
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