Marvel's The Punisher official trailer and key art unleashed

Marvel's The Punisher official trailer and key art unleashed

Marvel's The Punisher official trailer and key art unleashed

Cars crash, a lot of people get shot, Frank Castle is seen with blood splattered across his face and a lot of stuff gets blown up.

Netflix has released a new trailer for Marvel's The Punisher, teasing the character's origin story and his bloody quest for vengeance on those who murdered his family.

It's his involvement in that covert action that prompts the murder of his family and forces him into hiding from not only the Central Intelligence Agency but the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security as well. Jon Bernthal blew audiences away with his debut as Frank Castle in Daredevil season 2 past year and it instantly set off a wave of requests for him to get his own spin-off. We hear the shaking of a spray paint can and the drawing of the Punisher's iconic skull symbol. One thing is for sure, the body count is going to be high.

Stay tuned to THR for more news on The Punisher as the mystery surrounding its release builds. But both films performed way below box office expectations, and the character was never explored again until now.

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The Marvel character has been adapted several times in the past on film. Of course, that hasn't stopped some from expressing their interest in letting them loose in the MCU. Karen Page (Daredevil, The Defenders) will also have a significant role to play alongside newcomers like Micro, Billy Russo / Jigsaw (Ben Barnes) and others.

When Frank Castle appears in The Punisher, set to debut on Netflix in a few months, he'll inspire a few loaded questions among action fans.

In the first full-length trailer for Netflix's Daredevil offshoot, Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle happily shoots on sight as he uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York's criminal underworld.

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