Daredevil Trailer Teaser: Marvel's Latest Looks Enticing And Badass
The Daredevil trailer is coming, and to whet our appetites, Netflix has given us the faintest glimpse of what's to come in the form of a trailer teaser. Check it out below...
It’s only a glimpse, but Matt Murdock appears to be in either an industrial building or a sketchy apartment complex. Either way, the bad guys behind that door he’s busting through don’t stand a chance. As previously seen in official images, Matt is wearing his black outfit taken from the 1993 Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. miniseries Daredevil: The Man Without Fear. It’s been confirmed that he will eventually don his traditional crimson costume, but for the majority of these episodes, he’ll be busting heads in Hell’s Kitchen dressed like a ninja. He already has the moves to take down criminal scum, but having no eye holes on his mask will certainly add an extra layer of intimidation. Matt will do whatever it takes to make the city a better place, and if the law can’t do that, then beating up the dregs of Hell’s Kitchen is the next best thing.
The preview notes that this is just our first glimpse and that Netflix users and Daredevil fans will get to see a lot more footage soon. As in, really soon. According to the segment, if you stay tuned until tomorrow, we'll get another trailer. What Marvel plans to show in tomorrow’s preview is a mystery, but hopefully we’ll also get first looks at most of the main players, including Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page and Vincent D’Onofrio as main antagonist Wilson Fisk, a.k.a. The Kingpin.
Although set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daredevil will be a more earthbound show compared to most of Marvel’s other projects, so don’t expect to see him fighting aliens or weird creatures (for now). After being blinded as a child, Matt Murdock discovered that not only were his other senses heightened to superhuman levels, he also gained an additional ‘radar’ sense. A lawyer by day, he fights crime as Daredevil at night to dish out the justice that the law can’t serve. Daredevil is the first of Marvel’s Netflix series, followed by Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage, all of whom will team up together in the Defenders miniseries.
Although Daredevil is currently slated for only one season, there have been plans discussed for a potential Season 2 (including possibly introducing Bullseye), but Marvel will likely wait to see how Season 1 does before making any decisions concerning renewal. In the meantime, all 13 episodes of Daredevil will debut on Netflix (opens in new tab) on April 10, 2015. Here's everything we know so far.
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