The most technically impressive fight on Daredevil came in just the second episode, as the black-hooded superhero faced down a line of villains for one continuous tracking shot in an apartment building’s hallway. As you may have guessed, it wasn't easy.
When Netflix first announced Daredevil, conversations turned to whether or not the show would be accessible to blind audiences. And while that wasn’t the case at first, Netflix has announced all 13 episodes now have that option.
Stan Lee's cameo wasn’t exactly as prevalent as his cameo in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was, but today some internet sleuths have come together and realized that Stan Lee does actually pop up in an episode of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil. See if you can spot him.
Since it’s only been three days since Daredevil premiered, there’s no word yet on whether it will come back for a second season, but if it does, these are the villains it needs to pit against the Man Without Fear.
One of the more attention-grabbing reactions came from Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn. And showrunner Steven DeKnight responded with an equally touching post, proving that directors who embrace violence can still be good ol’ softies on the inside.
While Daredevil's acclaim has been spread out over many areas, including the cast’s performances and the series’ realistic tone, one of the show’s biggest strengths is the mindblowing fight sequences. And we've rounded up the best and bloodiest of the bunch.
It's it’s difficult not to notice all of Daredevil's high praise already traveling through the interwebs. And some of that high praise just came from another beloved Marvel mastermind, James Gunn. The Guardians of the Galaxy director took the plunge into the 13-episode first season the other night, and from the sound of it, he was incredibly touched.
It should surprise no one that we love superhero TV series, and the current influx is as enjoyable a trend as any. And how do we know that this comic-friendly shift is in no danger of slowing down? Because the latest example, Netflix’s Daredevil, is absolutely the best of the superhero bunch at this point.
There is one moment in particular from episode four that will not only wind up being considered one of the most shocking scenes we’ve witnessed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but is also one of best character building moments we’ve seen as well.
If the Marvel and Netflix partnership proves successful, there are many more characters from the former's vast comic-book universe who would be a perfect fit for the streaming platform. Here are 5 Marvel superheroes who should get their own Netflix series...
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.