Curious to get a taste of the hero’s journey that awaits Danny Rand? Bleeding Cool has unearthed almost all of the spoiler-y episode titles for Marvel’s upcoming Iron Fist series, not to mention the directors attached to each installment.
In keeping with previous collaborations between the studio and Netflix, Iron Fist‘s inaugural season is comprised of 13 episodes in total – The Defenders is the exception to the rule, given Marvel’s team-up series will span only 8 episodes – and we now understand that John Dahl, Tom Shankland, Uta Briesewitz, Farren Blackburn, Kevin Tancharoen, Deborah Chow and Stephen Surjik are among the directors on board. All of this data was pulled from listings published by the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), which also revealed that episode 7, “Felling With Tree Routes,” will be rated 18 in the UK for “strong bloody violence.”
That means the eventual DVD will be rated 18 in the territory, and we fully expect that Iron Fist will land a similar rating in North America. As for those episode titles, we’ve included the full list below, which unveils 11 of the 13 monikers. It almost goes without saying, but if you’re wanting to go into Marvel’s fourth standalone series with a blank slate, bookmark this page and return at a later date.
Episode 1: Snow Gives Way (dir. John Dahl)
Episode 2: Shadow Hawk Takes Flight (dir. John Dahl)
Episode 3: Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch (dir. Tom Shankland)
Episode 4: Eight Diagram Dragon Palm
Episode 5: Under Leaf Pluck Lotus (dir. Uta Briesewitz)
Episode 6: Immortal Emerges From Cave
Episode 7: Felling With Tree Routes (dir. Farren Blackburn)
Episode 8: The Blessing Of Many Fractures (dir. Kevin Tancharoen)
Episode 9: The Mistress Of All Agonies (dir. Jet Wilkinson)
Episode 10: UNKNOWN
Episode 11: Lead Horse Back To Stable (dir. Deborah Chow)
Episode 12: UNKNOWN
Episode 13: Dragon Plays With Fire (dir. Stephen Surjik)
All 13 episodes of Marvel’s Iron Fist are set to premiere on March 17th. Looking further down Netflix’s slate, Finn Jones’ Danny Rand will soon be buddying up with his NYC neighbors – namely Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones – for The Defenders this summer, before a Jon Bernthal-led Punisher series caps off the company’s Marvel offerings for 2017.
Source: Bleeding Cool