‘Jessica Jones’ Trailer: Bad Reputation

Jessica Jones trailer

Marvel Entertainment and Netflix have released one more teaser for their upcoming series Jessica Jones, which features Krysten Ritter in the title role. This footage shows Ritter at a bar’s jukebox, where she cues up ‘Bad Reputation’ by Joan Jett, before strolling back across the bar through the remnants of a big fight.

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In just under a couple months, Netflix will bring Jessica Jones online, their second series collaboration with Marvel Studios. So far we’ve only gotten a teaser promo confirming the release date in November and some first look photos showing Krysten Ritter in the title role as a retired superhero working as a private eye.

Now another Jessica Jones teaser has surfaced by way of the Spanish Facebook page for the Marvel series. It’s a fun little tease that shows getting out of bed in the morning is even difficult for people with superpowers. Read More »

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The first Jessica Jones teaser released last week was fantastic — gorgeous, moody, mysterious, and even helpful, thanks to its release date reveal. But it didn’t actually show us much of the series itself. For that, we turn to the new batch of official images released today.

Krysten Ritter leads Netflix’s latest Marvel series as the titular character, whose short-lived stint as a superheroine has come to a tragic end. She tries to rebuild her life as a P.I. who specializes in cases involving superpowered people. The Jessica Jones images also reveal David Tennant as Kilgrave, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker, and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper. See them all after the jump.  Read More »

Jessica Jones release date

With Daredevil in our rearview mirror, it’s time to meet Netflix’s next Marvel superhero. The streaming service has just released a dreamy teaser announcing the release date for Jessica Jones, the second title of its four-series Marvel franchise. Find out the Jessica Jones premiere date, and watch the first teaser, after the jump. Read More »

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Marvel and Netflix have released a high resolution look at the logo for Marvel’s next Netflix series Jessica Jones. Hit the jump to get a closer look at the Jessica Jones logo.

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Jessica Jones TV series

Currently on stage before the Television Critics Association is a panel of Netflix showrunners representing a selection of the streaming service’s top original shows. Melissa Rosenberg is on the Showrunner Panel representing Marvel’s Jessica Jones TV series, which stars Krysten Ritter (pictured above in Breaking Bad). Asked about her upcoming show, the edgy tone Rosenberg described seems akin to their Daredevil series, though she emphasizes the two shows are very different.

And while Jessica Jones is based on the Marvel Comics series Alias (no relation to the TV show), which was one of the first “R-rated” runs from Marvel’s MAX imprint, Rosenberg says the Netflix series goes even further than the comics did.  Read More »

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Now that the world has fallen in love with Charlie Cox as Daredevil, Netflix and Marvel TV are ready to introduce you to two more of its small-screen heroes. The first photos from the upcoming series Jessica Jones have been revealed, featuring Krysten Ritter as the title character and Mike Colter as Luke Cage. Get your Jessica Jones first look after the jump. Read More »

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We’ve seen the first five episodes of Marvel’s new Netflix television series Daredevil and very much enjoyed it. Instead of giving you a review (heck, you’re going to binge watch it over the weekend, right?) I thought we’d list ten things we were surprised to learn about the Netflix Daredevil TV series.

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Krysten Ritter

Lots of fans were thrilled when Krysten Ritter was cast as the lead of Marvel’s new Netflix series A.K.A. Jessica Jones, but it seems Ritter herself wasn’t one of them. A fan, that is — Ritter admits she didn’t have much comic book experience before she booked the role.

However, that’s changing as Ritter gets deep into preparations for the project. In a new interview, she geeks about the role, declaring the Jessica Jones comics to be the the most addictive thing since NPR’s Serial. Which, if you’ve heard Serial, you’ll know is high praise indeed. Hit the jump for the Krysten Ritter Jessica Jones comments.  Read More »