Following a leak, this morning, however, Netflix jumped the gun this morning and released this awesome video revealing the red suit that our hero will eventually wear during Season 1. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Take this one with a giant grain of salt, folks. A new purportedly leaked Daredevil image has been floating around online, and there is some suggestion that it may be our first look at Marvel Studios' version of the Man Without Fear's famous red costume. Check it out inside, if you're not spoiler-phobic:
Marvel is well-known for its synergy and connections in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Netflix’s Daredevil won’t be the exception. Now it’s been revealed that the series will also have a unique relationship with Marvel’s network TV program Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
In classic Marvel style, fans can obviously expect there to be a good bit of crossover between Daredevil, A.K.A. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist – but what may actually surprise you is the level of detail the studio is going to this time around.
Since A.K.A. Jessica Jones is next on the Marvel Netflix slate, some have wondered whether Daredevil might include a brief appearance from Jessica to set up her series. Unfortunately for fans, that won’t be happening for one crucial reason.
We’ve known for a while that Netflix is excited about producing another set of Arrested Development episodes to air on the streaming service. This week, Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer spoke out to say that more episodes of the cult series are in the cards.
Though your personal mileage may vary, part of the fun in watching the Marvel Cinematic Universe come together is in seeing just how their myriad projects tie into each other, in ways both big and small. We don’t even have to wait until Daredevil's premiere to hear a few familiar names being tossed out.
Netflix has released not one, but two new trailers for Daredevil that drive home the point further that darkness and grit are the major players in the upcoming superhero series.
When Daredevil premieres to the public next week, viewers will see many of the Man Without Fear’s most famous supporting characters. Should the show come back for Season 2, the showrunner has two more in mind that could appear.
If any of you out there thought that Netflix would allow House of Cards to end the way it did without giving the Underwoods another crack at making Washington D.C. their own, you’re just as crazy as everyone trying to take Frank down.
Despite all the hype and excitement for the Netflix series Daredevil, there’s barely been any talk about whether the show will return for a second season. The showrunner finally confirms whether there are plans for one or not.
Comedy fans have been waiting patiently – some of us in Mom & Pop Porn Shops – for Bob Odenkirk and David Cross to be allowed to create a new television together. And now, sweet baby Ronnie Dobbs, that day has come,
We’ve been hearing about a potential Full House revival for quite some time, and today we’ve learned that the TV world is about to get the Full House gang back together.
While there have been no plans announced to include The Punisher in the MCU, Daredevil showrunner Steve DeKnight believes that the upcoming Netflix series may hold the key to seeing the vigilante in live-action again.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has made a name for itself as the company that excels in making big, fun comic book-based adventures. The new series Daredevil doesn’t fit into this mold, but in exploring a new color, Marvel has just found yet another corner of the comic book world to dominate.