Published On: Tue, Oct 27th, 2015

‘Jessica Jones’ trailer teases Krysten Ritter and David Tennant bringing Purple Man’s destruction

Netflix has finally unveiled the first full-length Jessica Jones trailer, showcasing their second Marvel show after incredible success with Daredevil.

Set just a few minutes from Midtown where the Avengers Tower stand high, Jessica Jones will work in Hell’s Kitchen in a similar way, with a similar look, at Daredevil.

Krysten Ritter stars as the titular Jessica Jones, still reeling from the tragic end of her superhero career. She rebuilds herself as a private investigator in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, starring with the powerful music.

The music used, once again, is “Thousand Eyes” by Of Monsters and Men.

One of the first looks came earlier this month:

Picture perfect. #JessicaJones https://t.co/xlHpi5oJYC

— Jessica Jones (@JessicaJones) October 8, 2015


jessica-jones-bannerDoctor Who star David Tennant stars as the villain named Kilgrave, a character known as the Purple Man because he’s literally a purple man. He does not appear to be of lavender hue, but fans only get a brief glimpse of him in the Jessica Jones trailer.

Jessica Jones features the first appearance of Luke Cage (Mike Colter), who’ll get to headline his own Netflix series next year. In this trailer, his main job is being Jessica’s sympathetic bartender buddy.

Rachael Taylor stars as Jessica’s close friend Trish Walker (a.k.a. Hellcat in the comics) and Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeryn Hogarth, whom comics fans know has connections to Danny Rand a.k.a. Iron Fist. Iron Fist is also getting a Netflix series in the not-too-distant future.

Rosario Dawson will reprise her Daredevil role as Claire Temple.

All 13 episodes of Jessica Jones will drop on Netflix on Friday, November 20

Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones


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