Finn Jones stars as "Iron Fist" in the upcoming and highly anticipated Netflix/Marvel series set to air next month. To stoke fans' curiosity, Netflix released a series of images from the production late last week.

"Iron Fist" is the last Marvel/Netflix superhero series to air before the four New Yorkers join together in "The Defenders," set to air late this year. "Iron Fist" will see the four come together to fight crime in New York City with a special treat for sci-fi lovers -- an appearance by Sigourney Weaver.

Who is Danny Rand?

The story begins as Danny Rand, a billionaire and martial arts expert, returns to New York City and the series promises high octane action.

It has been cited for strong violence by the British Board of Film Classification. Carrie-Anne Moss and Rosario Dawson are making the crossover from "Jessica Jones" to "Daredevil" to "Luke Cage," and now into "Iron Fist," as the new photos confirm.

What to expect?

Script security is tight on the set, but a few details have emerged. Like Netflix' hugely successful "Luke Cage" series, Marvel is giving "Iron Fist" a hip/hop link. Finn Jones himself leaked the fact that RZA directed one of the episodes on social media -- the sixth episode, titled "Immortal Emerges From Cave." In the original comics, Iron Fist undergoes a battle in a cave that brings out his supernatural powers, and that's the back story that emerges in episode six.

Carrie-Anne Moss reprises her role as lawyer Jeri Hogarth, a handy role to have in the New York City of "The Defenders." Jeri was the one giving Jessica Jones her assignments, and appeared in "Daredevil" to lure Matt Murdock's partner Foggy Nelson to a more lucrative legal career. Rosario Dawson takes up the role of patient, long suffering nurse Claire Temple.

Claire Temple has appeared as the night nurse who helps get Daredevil back to health, then treats Luke Cage in an episode of "Jessica Jones," then became Luke's friend in his own series. There are no details on how Claire and Danny will meet, but superheroes and nurses do make a convenient combination.

All 13 episodes of Marvel's "Iron Fist" will drop on Netflix on March 17, 2017.