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“Leatherface” Screencaptures

by admin/January 26, 2019/No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Finn in the movie, Leatherface (2017), which tells the story of years before the events of THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE, in the early days of the infamous Sawyer family, the youngest child is sentenced to a mental hospital after a suspicious incident leaves the sheriff’s daughter dead. Ten years later, he kidnaps a young nurse and escapes with three other inmates. Pursued by authorities, including the deranged sheriff out to avenge his daughter’s death, the Sawyer teen goes on a violent road trip from hell, molding him into the monster now known as Leatherface. Finn played Deputy Sorells.

LEATHERFACE (2017) > SCREENCAPTURES: FILM

Finn Jones makes a guest appearance as Iron Fist/Danny Hand on the 10th episode from season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage. Our gallery has been updated with two new production stills & screencaptures from the episode!

TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > MARVEL’S LUKE CAGE (2018) > 2.10 “THE MAIN INGREDIENT” | PRODUCTION STILLS
TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > MARVEL’S LUKE CAGE (2018) > 2.10 “THE MAIN INGREDIENT” | EPISODE SCREENCAPTURES

This isn’t a fight. It’s just a warm-up. Season 2 of Marvel’s Iron Fist debuts exclusively on Netflix September 7, 2018.

 

“Marvel’s Iron Fist” is coming to San Diego International Comic Con 2018!

Thursday, July 19 • 6:00pm – 7:00pm — Be among the first to get the exclusive inside scoop on what’s in store for season 2 of Marvel’s Iron Fist, as Danny Rand and Colleen Wing set off on a new adventure as the protectors of lower NYC. Featuring executive producer and Marvel’s head of television Jeph Loeb and surprise panelists.

Sadly, Finn was not confirmed but he’s likely to attend.

The second season of Marvel’s Luke Cage is now streaming on Netflix. Finn Jones makes a guest appearance as Iron Fist/Danny Hand on the 10th episode. Our gallery has been updated with two new production stills!

 

Finn was seen on set of the second season of Marvel’s Iron Fist in New York on March 08th, filming alongside his new castmate Alice Eve. Take a look at the photos, all available in our photo gallery:

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TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > MARVEL’S IRON FIST (2017) > SEASON 2 > ON SET > 08.03.2018: NEW YORK CITY

Finn is confirmed to appear on the second season of Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage‘, reprising his role as Danny Rand, and while the official promotional still is already out, now we have amazing HQ behind the scenes images! Be sure to check them out in our photo gallery:

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TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > MARVEL’S LUKE CAGE (201?) > FILMING IN NEW YORK CITY (10.13)

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – The Heroes for Hire are back in business.

Danny Rand (Finn Jones) a.k.a. the Immortal Iron Fist a.k.a. Protector of K’un-Lun a.k.a. Sworn Enemy of the Hand a.k.a. the Defender the other Defenders kept picking on will appear in the second season of Marvel’s Luke Cage with Luke Cage (Mike Colter) himself.
Marvel is keeping details of Danny’s involvement under wraps, but when Luke’s standalone series returns on Netflix, the two comic-book partners will be seen together at least once. EW has the evidence with this exclusive first look at the pair in season 2:

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TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > MARVEL’S LUKE CAGE (201?) > PRODUCTION STILLS

The characters last worked alongside each other in Marvel’s The Defenders, which saw New York’s street-level heroes Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage, and Iron Fist begrudgingly unite to take down the Hand. (Spoilers ahead!At the end of the team-up miniseries, they parted ways: Luke returned to Harlem, and Danny, finally sporting a green-and-yellow tracksuit, vowed to help protect the city at night. It’s a move that honors Daredevil, who appeared to die during the battle at Midland Circle. (Viewers, though, know that’s not the case.)

No word yet on what brings two of the four Defenders back in each other’s orbit — maybe Misty (Simone Missick) wants to thank Danny for her new arm? — but here’s hoping it’s to fight enemies, not each other. That’d be moving forward.

Marvel’s Luke Cage returns in 2018 on Netflix.

Finn Jones covers Rogue Magazine

by admin/October 04, 2017/No Comments

Finn is on the cover of the of ‘Rogue Magazine‘! A beautiful new photoshoot was taken for the 2017 Fall issue and you can check out the high quality pictures in our gallery now.

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PHOTO SESSIONS > 2017 > SESSION 17: ROGUE MAGAZINE

7 Questions with Finn Jones

by admin/September 04, 2017/No Comments

SBJCT JOURNAL – For our latest 7 Questions, we paired indie eco label, Industry of All Nations, with actor Finn Jones. We think they make a pretty organic dynamic duo. IOAN is an industry of the people, dedicated to creating products made from a simple, desirable aesthetic, while developing clean and sustainable industries around the world.  Actor Finn Jones, star of Netflix’s The Iron Fist and The Defenders, and fan of sustainable fashion, showcases some of their greatest sartorial hits forSBJCT. And manages to answer 7 questions for us, gentleman that he is…

SBJCT JOURNAL Who would you most rather be (other than yourself)?

FINN JONES A tropical fish swimming the warm ocean or better yet, a dolphin.  Who wouldn’t want to be a dolphin?

SJ: What would your autobiography be called?

FJ To be continued…

SJ: When and why did you start thinking about eco sustainability in the clothes you wear?

FJ: I’ve been conscious of it for a while, but after watching The True Cost I started to put it into action. For anyone who hasn’t seen the film, I highly recommend it – it’s a game changer and explains the whole problem with the fashion industry.

SJ: What accomplishment are you most proud of?  

FJ Being able to see clearly and still find the best in people and circumstances.

SJ: Hidden Talent?

FJ: I’m pretty good at bowling.

SJ: Guilty pleasure? 

FJ: I never feel guilt for pleasure.

SJ: What do you think is underrated?

FJ: The television show High Maintenance. It isn’t necessarily overrated, but it’s weirdly off the radar – great series.

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PHOTO SESSIONS > 2017 > SESSION 15: SBJCTJOURNAL