Marvel’s Legion was the best superhero based series last year. It surpassed everyone’s imagination and came out of nowhere. The unique and spectacular execution by Noah Hawley worked wonder for the series. Legion being the most powerful mutant has immense powers but as portrayed he has less control over them hence that gives him a tough time. Creators developed the show around this fact and presented it in a such a way that we as an audience experienced what character is going through. The shows psychedelic camera work and the jumbled story made it a fantastic watch.
The first season left fans on the edge of their seats, and now the crazy bunch of powerful mutants are back for the season 2. FX revealed the trailer for Legion Season 2, and I can say that it will give your mind a complete spin. The trailer opens with a scene where Ptonomy played by Jeremie Harris is questioning David “What is the last thing he remembers?” And from that moment on the video gives a glimpse of what all we can expect from season 2 and we ensure you it doubles on all the psychedelic elements. The two-minute trailer is filled with colourful imagery paired with mind-numbing music that takes your mind for a ride.
Still not much is given away regarding the plotline of the upcoming season. We just know that this time David and Syd will be facing powerful villain, Shadow King who first affected David’s brain during childhood. The Shadow King in human form looks terrifying than the season 1 demonic look. In between the trailer, we also get a small glimpse of Aubrey Plaza who completely stole the show in last season with her enigmatic performance.
The best thing about this series is that as a viewer you will be amazed no matter what as creators have made it in such a way that story can take sharp and unimaginative turns. The series will air worldwide on April 3 on FX. And with Marvel’s Avengers Infinity War coming by the end of April, the legion will serve as the best superhero series to indulge in before we enjoy the epic blockbuster.
Legion Cast and Synopsis –
Cast – Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller, Amber Midthunder, Aubrey Plaza, Bill Irwin, Jeremie Harris and Jean Smart
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