It seems the upcoming Iron Fist Netflix offering will be super violent for select audiences. One episode in particular is only allowed for viewers who are 18 years old and above.
Bleeding Cool relays that episode titles dropped for the fourth show on Marvel’s Netflix line-up. According to the list offered by the site, Iron Fist consists of 13 episodes.
Two of the episodes on the list–episodes 10 and 12–have titles labeled “unknown.” The list also reveals the name of directors involved for each episode.
Where ratings are concerned, majority of Iron Fist‘s episodes have been rated 15. Two exceptions to this are episodes 7 and 11.
Episode 11 titled Lead Horse Back To Stable receives a 12 rating due to mild violence. However, episode 7’s Felling With Tree Routes receives an 18 rating for its strong bloody violence.
Bleeding Cool gathers the episode titles data from the British Board of Film Classification. Commonly known as the BBFC, it serves as Britain’s film censorship agency.
Iron Fist Netflix could pay homage to this comics event
Meanwhile, Collider points out that one of the episode titles emerge as potentially revealing spoilers. The source details that episode 1’s Snow Gives Way could refer to a few things. Collider offers the following views.
“…’Snow Gives Way’ could refer to a couple different things, the main one being Danny Rand (Finn Jones) reemerging from the K’un-Lun in the wintry Himalayas after years of being MIA. Another could be a comic book reference to Danny’s father, Wendell Rand, who died in the Himalayas after Harold Meachum left him to fall to his death in order to control his business empire. Danny’s mother, Heather, subsequently died protecting her son from a wolf pack.”
It remains to be seen how exactly that episode turns out. However, fans won’t have to wait long since Iron Fist releases on Netflix come March 17.
Aside from Finn Jones, Iron Fist Netflix also stars Carrie-Anne Moss, Jessica Henwick, Rosario Dawson and Simone Missick. The series precedes Marvel’s The Defenders which drops later in 2017.
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