The hype for Marvel’s Luke Cage is certainly real, and it’s not gonna be too long before it hits on Netflix in just a few hours. If you thought the trailer from earlier this week couldn’t get you any more pumped, here’s the opening credits sequence to drive it further.
— Luke Cage (@LukeCage) September 29, 2016
Daredevil’s opening sequence used red wax to recreate Hell’s Kitchen and play off of Matt Murdock’s Catholicism. Jessica Jones’ was heavy on ink blots and photographs in a very neo-noir fashion. Luke’s is all about the urban background of Harlem, from the street signs and views of the city to the bass heavy music, which is a callback to his blaxpoitation roots. Fittingly, he’s also breaking down a wall in slow motion, which is probably something that’s going to be happening a lot during the season.
Marvel’s Luke Cage comes to Netflix later tonight. Won’t have to wait much longer!
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