'The Punisher' Looks Like It Could Be The Greatest TV Show Of 2017
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The first teaser for Marvel's upcoming Netflix show The Punisher has been released and it looks sick.
The Daredevil spin-off will see the return of Jon Bernthal as the vigilante Frank Castle.
Judging from the amount of gun-fire and violence in the clip, it could be one of best things to come out of the Marvel universe in a while.
Watch the trailer here:
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"All the things that I've done," he says in voiceover. "Memories can never hurt me. The past is more than memories. It's the devil you sold your soul to.
"He's coming. He's coming to collect."
Jon is joined in the new season by his Daredevil co-star Deborah Ann Woll, playing Karen Page.
Netflix also hid this teaser footage after the final credits of The Defenders.
Here's how people reacted to the footage:
also since it's not a spoiler because they've officially released it, The Punisher trailer is so good.
- Pesci (@PesciGotPepsi) August 18, 2017
The Punisher trailer is :fire::sob::weary:
- Neruru (@PerciNeruda) August 18, 2017
The Punisher trailer on Netflix :fire::fire::fire:
- MAYIMBAÉ (@Flex_Santana) August 18, 2017
@TheTyroneMagnus new Netflix the punisher trailer you need to watch this its awesome
- Jack (@connor_deegan) August 18, 2017
Bernthal spoke about taking on one of Marvel's most iconic characters in an interview with Complex last year.
He said: "The first step in trying to fill Frank Castle's shoes is to try to understand what would happen if somebody tore that love away from you. If they tore those people away from you. And that's something that just filled me with so much emotion and made me so scared, so angry.
"It's always sort of been my philosophy in life. If something really scares you, if something really kinda sets you on fire inside, that's exactly what you need to step towards.
"There's a pressure there to stepping into an unbelievably iconic role. The responsibility here is to do justice to the iterations of the character that have come before me, but then obviously to make it unique, and to make it real, and to make it mine."