New Luke Cage Trailer Declares ‘Black Women Have Always Had Superpowers’


His powers appear to have their roots in the supernatural, as today's new and likely final trailer for Luke Cage season 2 sees the Bushmaster make his presence felt, much to the horror of Mariah Dillard, who's still operating on her own accord as she stakes a claim for the Harlem throne.

A new promo for Season 2 of Luke Cage features Rand Enterprises assisting Misty Knight during her road to recovery, following the loss of her right arm.

Luke also faces a new villain, John McIver, aka Bushmaster, played by Mustafa Shakier who is bent on vengeance and endangers everything that Mariah holds most dear because of an old family vendetta.

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"Black women have always had superpowers", she says in the opening frames of the trailer. In March, Netflix announced that Annabella Sciorra will play Rosalie Carbone, "a risky downtown criminal underworld power player with an eye, and an agenda, toward Harlem". Meanwhile, Luke Cage wrestles with the idea of intervening and protecting Mariah for the good of Harlem. The video then zooms in on Misty's new appendage, which she will no doubt begin to use on the streets of NY and Harlem to fight alongside Luke Cage.

In addition to Woodard and Shakir, "Luke Cage" stars Mike Colter as the titular hero, as well as Rosario Dawson and Theo Rossi.

Politics looks to be bringing plenty of pain in the second season of Luke Cage.