‘Luke Cage,’ ‘Jessica Jones’ And ‘Daredevil’ Have Different Storylines; Focus on Luke Cage Character Differs
While the “Luke Cage” is in making, many want to know how different the character, Luke Cage would be in the Netflix TV series. “Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones” also feature the fictional character named Luke Cage.
Cage, the mighty superhero who appears in end number of Marvel’s comic books, also has a life in TV series. He is seen in recently released “Jessica Jones,” and would soon also have a full-fledged TV series after his name, Screen Rant reported. The character Cage has also been appeared in the “Daredevil” series authored by Brian Michael Bendis.
Mike Colter, 39, who plays the role of Cage in all the aforementioned TV series, at this point, can be the best person who can throw a lot of light on how Cage is different in the other TV series.
Colter has lately revealed that his role in the upcoming TV series is unique in MCU. Colter tells that Cage has never come in much focus in other TV series. He thinks, but this has created the pathway for his character to develop in the new TV series to come. Colter divulges that showrunner, Cheo Hodari Coker must have watched other TV series and studied his character, so that he could bring a consistency in portrayal of his character in the lead role in upcoming TV show.
Colter also said that the character, Cage appears in other TV series, which have different stories and his character role in upcoming series cannot be compared to them, reports Collider. The only similarity is that Cage is present in every TV series of the same genre.
Mike Colter added that all the three TV series have different stories. He stated that there is a social aspect that defines Cage. He also added, “There is a criminal element involved.” He continued to say that in “Luke Cage” to come, they would be focusing on variety of things and which would come as a surprise to viewers.
But whatever be the case, fans would always want to compare the three TV series. The reason being, the three TV series are part of the Marvel Universe and the stories are set in NYC.
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