Castle, played by Jon Bernthal, is loaded up with a whole bunch of guns and guilt in the trailer as he goes after a gang of masked villains the only way he knows how: bullets and a low, gruff voice. Three others were cancelled recently - Daredevil, Iron Fist and Luke Cage - suggesting that the fate of the remaining two (Punisher and Jessica Jones) may likewise remain precarious.
- The Punisher (@ThePunisher) January 10, 2019Penny and dime.
Marvel's The Punisher is about to get even more intense. The cast also features Ben Barnes (Billy Russo), Amber Rose Revah (Dinah Madani), Jason R. Moore (Curtis), Josh Stewart (John Pilgrim), and Floriana Lima (Dr. Krista Dumont). When we catch up with the Punisher in Season 2, he's sort of just drifting, staying in motels and hanging out in bars.
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Frank Castle is about to have one last hurrah (well, on Netflix at least - more on that later) and he's going out with a bang. When she later asks him his reason, he answers, "What was I supposed to do?" He got the pardon as part of an agreement with Homeland Security at the end of the first season, an agreement that also required him to disappear. And yet, that would mean stopping Jon Bernthal too, which would be a shame, because he remains an absolute joy to watch.
Now under a week away from the release of The Punisher Season Two, Netflix has taken to social media to release new stills from Steve Lightfoot-run show. It's entertaining more often than not, and mostly well made.