In Netflix, Stan Lee having cameo as same character in all MCU shows:
His Daredevil cameo:
His Jessica Jones cameo:
His Luke Cage cameo:
And in Iron Fist, which you already spotted
He just portrayed as a honorable NYPD officer and their marketing face in MCU netflixverse. But remember like all his other Marvel cameos this one is also not to be taken too ...
The Iron Fist is not supposed to destroy the Hand. It is supposed to protect K'un Lun from the Hand.
From listening to Danny explain what he's been taught, it's clear that he always assumed the Hand was a fairy tale. As Iron Fist, his job was to guard K'un Lun from everyone, up to and including the Hand. He'd been told that the Hand was the sworn enemy of K'...
They are not Middle-Eastern
Davos, as a character, is from K'un-Lun, originally, as is his father, Lei Kung, a Tibetan region within China.
If we look at Hoon Lee's portrayal of Lei Kung, we see a faithful representation (Asian-American playing the role of an East-Asian character):
Lei Kung's son, Davos, played by British-Indian actor Sacha Dhawan, isn't ...
If the hole in the shoulder is intended to be a bullet hole then the only hero we see get shot in that location is Daredevil in Season 2 Ep.13.
Since Claire references "would-be crime-fighters showing up hurt" and running out her supplies, immediately before giving him the shirt, a reference to Daredevil (after Season 2) would seem the most logical.
Danny Rand learned how to drive before the crash.
He says in Episode 1 when he accosts Ward.
I, uh haven't driven since my dad put me on his lap and let me drive around our place in the Hamptons.
Granted he won't have a licence (nor does Davos) but he knows enough to pilot a car (at least the basics).
I'm not sure which wiki you are looking at, but I'm pretty sure (at least in the MCU) Colleen is Chinese. (Neither the Marvel wikia nor the MCU wikia say anything about her heritage.)
We don't know a whole lot about her childhood, but when she first meets Danny, he tries to have a conversation with her in Mandarin. She replies for a while, then says:
This is a character's choice (producers decision) related to the state of the scene he is doing.
You already pointed out in the question:
He always wore white shoes, except when he found the chemist and in tournament when he wore black shoes without the suit.
It seems that he whore white shoes in casual and business environments, the shoes being white ...
Although Disney nor Netflix has yet to tell us what's really going on and until then, we may only be able to speculate, there is some evidence to at least support that Bob Iger is extremely interested in investing in Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+ and that many franchise spin-offs will be made for this platform. In addition, Iger mentions ...
The correct answer would, technically, be Colleen Wing.
She had the Dragon's power transferred to her through the tattooing ritual while Danny no longer had it.
Then, of course, there is the time jump about which we know nothing where Danny has apparently learned to channel his chi again and use it to magically empower pistols.
The "powered pistols&...
How could Danny Rand be removed from the board of directors in Iron Fist when he is the majority shareholder?
In Crosby v. Beam, 47 Ohio St. 3d 105 (Ohio 1989), the court held that “Majority shareholders have a fiduciary duty to minority shareholders. A majority shareholder has a fiduciary duty not to misuse his power by promoting his personal interests at ...
Colleen Wing is Japanese, both in the comics and the MCU. Her surname is likely an anglicized version of the original family name, possibly "Ha" (one translation of which is Wing). Wing isn't a common Chinese surname, so the creators of the character were likely unaware that it even existed when they named her.
Since this has gone 7 hours, I'll give it an answer, but I welcome any additional answers.
What kind of power is this and why does Gao never use it again
throughout the series?
She prefers not to fight. She'd rather negotiate. I can't explain that exactly or back it up with quotes, but it's rather obvious. She let herself be taken prisoner twice ...
I've seen lots of references to Luke Cage wearing bullet-hole shirts. I am pretty sure it is Luke Cage Claire was referencing. Let's not read too much into it. Probably a little lazy with the continuity. Luke wore shabby T-shirts and has been shot more times that most people can keep track of.
While not removing any merit from Gustavo Gabriel's response, I also believe that the white shoes (that stand out in the scenes) also represent him standing out while in the company, or while having a simple dinner. On the other hand, the black shoes blend perfectly with his outfit while fighting.
This shows that he seems more in ease while in combat and ...
The same way you place any other bet.
There is someone setting the odds (the bookmaker) and you give him your money up front. There's a huge element of trust here that the bookie will record who bet, how much, on what result and at what odds.
Depending on the movie or show, you may or may not see the bet being recorded....but it almost certainly is...the ...
I greatly appreciate Darth Locke's answer and will keep it as an accepted answer to this question.
However, for completion's sake, I do want to add an infographic recently released by the Geek Twins on this very topic:
Specifically of interest to this question is a footnote which reads.
Netflix Contract Rights Revert to Marvel in 2020-2021.
I'd have to ...
According to https://untappedcities.com/2017/03/20/nyc-film-locations-for-iron-first-on-netflix/5/ the apartment is supposedly located at 570 Lexington Avenue, NYC (RCA Victor building). The interior is a build set.
Wiki/pics of building:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Electric_Building