Sincere Castle (played by Bernthal) is a Marvel Cinematic Universe anti-hero who taken the identity of the Punisher when his wife and children were brutally killed.
Not gratify to simply exact his revenge on the man who murdered his loved ones, Frank reaches to become a fully-fledged vigilante when he uncovers a dark conspiracy in the town of New York.
The new two-and-a-half minute clip teases a hint at how the Marvel proper became the spandex-wearing killer, all fittingly set to a rocking soundtrack of metal fillet Metallica.
Following a poignant scene that sees his wife pellet by a masked perpetrator, the agony in Frank’s face is apparent as the trailer thrashes to him suited up and out for blood.
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Does this look like the use of a dead man to you?
As the video continues it becomes clear that On the up has been out of action for an unknown amount of time when a figure — who shows to be a detective — says: «Frank Castle’s back.»
«The Punisher? He’s dead,» a bewildered colleague responds.
Suddenly the scene cuts to reveal a death background in what looks to be a plush hotel room, as another character provoke b requests: «Does this look like the work of a dead man to you?»
The series’ ins also seem to be hinting at a humorous tone for its lead star, as one switch shows when Frank asks: «What do you know about my issue?»
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The Punisher: Frank Castle is a vigilante tiresome to uncover a conspiracy
«I don’t know anything,» a terrified man in his grip answers, as Unreserved adds «fair enough,» before killing him without remorse.
The series looks set to be bloodier and stauncher than any other Marvel series, and also stars Girls actor Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Wild’s Deborah Ann Woll — also of True Blood fame, and Westworld’s Ben Barnes.
The internet steaming assignment still haven’t revealed the release date for the highly-anticipated series, as the immutable credits page features a blacked out date, but they do confirm that it thinks fitting be in 2017.
Marvel’s The Punisher will be available to watch on Netflix later this year.