In preparation for Charlie Cox’s return as Matt Murdock, the Man Without Fear, Marvel filmmakers lay the framework in December. For the first time, he’ll feature alongside Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk, which premieres on Netflix on May 3. Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio will reprise their roles as Daredevil and Kingpin in Disney+’s Daredevil: Born Again series soon enough.
Although neither Cox nor D’Onofrio attended Marvel’s enormous San Diego Comic-Con panel Saturday night, the latter has broken his quiet on Twitter to celebrate his reappearance in the MCU. Daredevil star D’Onofrio took to Twitter early Sunday morning to tweet Wilson Fisk’s signature line “When I was a youngster…”
The official Daredevil: Born Again logo was revealed by Marvel Studios on Sunday afternoon, and the actor tweeted “Yes Mr. Murdock…,” alongside the release information Marvel Studios shared on its official Twitter account.
Little is known about Marvel Studios’ version on the legendary Marvel superhero outside the presence of Cox and D’Onofrio. Covert Affairs alums Matt Corman and Chris Ord will develop and executive produce the new drama, which will contain 18 episodes, according to Kevin Feige.
“Separately, they do not exist at all. It’s the same guy, “When asked if Daredevil and Hawkeye live in separate realms, D’Onofrio informed ScreenRant that they do. “I believe that, like with most of the Avengers and MCU material, the filmmakers have attempted to link as many loose ends to the original canon as they possibly can, and some of those loose ends simply cannot be connected. Connecting with Daredevil and the other way around is exactly what we’ve done.”
The release date for Daredevil: Born Again has been set during the spring of 2024. It’s now possible to watch the first three seasons of Daredevil on Disney+.
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