I don’t know about you guys, but my skin starts to crawl if I wear clothes that are more constrictive than comfortable, so there’s no way I could ever be a superhero. (Added to a lengthy list of reasons.) According to Charlie Cox, the star of Netflix and Marvel’s upcoming Daredevil series, slapping the vigilante’s costume on in a well-oiled hurry is no easy feat.
You might have noticed that their recently announced release schedule didn’t have the Marvel series A.K.A. Jessica Jones on it. Sadly, that’s because Netflix will be holding onto it for longer than we expected, a.k.a. hoped.
Marvel’s blind superhero is getting another shot at live-action next year when Netflix kicks off their Marvel Studios programming. Daredevil will follow the adventures of Matt Murdock, who uses his enhanced sense to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen as the vigilante Daredevil. The show is still a few months away, but here’s everything we know about it so far.
There are a ton of brand new programs slated to premiere. From the former NBC project Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to the first of Netflix’s Marvel offerings, there’s a lot to look forward to. So, without further ado, here is Netflix’s premiere schedule for the next several months.
Netflix announced a number of new series premiere dates today, among which is their highly anticipated Marvel series, Daredevil. We were expecting that one to drop in May, however Netflix has the drama lined up to arrive on Friday, April 10, 2015.
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Sorry, Daredevil fans. While next year’s Netflix series will feature several notable villains from The Man Without Fear’s rogues gallery, one notable adversary won’t be showing up...this season.
From the sound of things, it seems as if Netflix's upcoming Daredevil series will split its focus between Matt Murdock’s red-cowled vigilante and the biggest, baddest villain in Hell’s Kitchen: Wilson “Kingpin” Fisk.
We've now seen two different photos of Charlie Cox in his superhero costume for the upcoming Marvel Studios Netflix series Daredevil, but fans have been quick to point out that he hasn't been wearing his classic costume.
While much of the comic book-loving world is geared up for Joss Whedon’s blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron coming next year, we’re over here like, “Don’t forget about Netflix’s Daredevil, people!” Check out some new shots of the blind vigilante below.
The upcoming Daredevil show will feature a great number of the titular character's best known supporting characters and villains, from Elden Henson's Foggy Nelson to Vincent D'onofrio's Wilson 'Kingpin' Fisk, but today it's been revealed that the Netflix show won't be including one of the the key villains from the comics: Bullseye.
Next year, Marvel’s batch of Netflix programming focusing on the street-level heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will kick off with Daredevil in May. Starring Boardwalk Empire actor Charlie Cox, the series will follow Matt Murdock both at his day job as a lawyer and at night when he suits up as Daredevil to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen. Here's how the new series will be different from Marvel's other TV fodder.
Next year, Marvel Studios has a brand new superhero coming soon to a screen near you. No, I'm not talking about Ant-Man or even Scarlett Witch or Quicksilver from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. I'm talking about Daredevil - and today we have our first look at his costume:
Daredevil's new logo might be a little cartoonish for a show created by Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus), but I’m sure the series is anything but. I’m quite fond of the aesthetic, actually, as it pays homage to its comic roots, rather than using a cold, straight-fonted logo devoid of warmth
In Marvel Comics, Daredevil does get super senses due to exposure to radioactive material (also leaving him legally blind), but that's not how he learned to fight crime. For that, Matt Murdock has to thank Stick, a blind warrior who teaches the future superhero martial arts. Stick is a key character in both the origin story and the continuity of the Man Without Fear in the comics, so it should be no surprise that he will be featured in Marvel Studios' upcoming Netflix series Daredevil. What's great is that the studio and filmmakers have found the perfect actor to play him.