A new trailer for Luke Cage season 2 sees Alfre Woodard's nefarious politician-slash-club owner Mariah stake her claim on the NY neighborhood's proverbial throne and face a fierce opponent along the way: the bulletproof baddie known as Bushmaster, played by Mustafa Shakir.
She's back Luke faces a power grab for Harlem from Alfre Woodward's councilwoman and crime boss Mariah Dillard
The latest trailer for Luke Cage's upcoming Netflix season spotlights Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard), and she wants Cage to be her "dark chocolate boy scout". The trailer showed off some pretty cool action sequences including a shot of Cage and Bushmaster engaged in an epic battle; both characters appear to have bulletproof skin. Although Mariah just barely managed to survive that season's narrative, now she's back and more defiant than ever.
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"Black women have always had superpowers", she says in the opening frames of the trailer.
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Yes, there's a palpable power vacuum simmering beneath the streets of Harlem, and it's up to Marvel's Luke Cage to protect his treasured neighborhood from threats old and new. With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain. The series also stars Simone Missick, Theo Rossi, Gabrielle Dennis, and Rosario Dawson.
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I was pretty mixed on Luke Cage after watching the entirety of the first season - though that first half that featured Mahershala Ali was fan-flipping-tastic.