Daredevil

Kevin Feige Unveils His Grand Plan For The Man Without Fear aka Daredevil In The MCU

HipHopWired Featured Video Source: Marvel Studios / Disney+ The Man Without Fear, Daredevil, will have a significant presence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Daredevil Is Coming To Disney+ Saturday (Jul23.), Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios returned to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, and they blew the roof off the building with many announcements, including the emotional Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer. One character many were curious about is Daredevil and how he would fit into the MCU. We all knew Charlie Cox’s version of Matt Murdoch, aka Daredevil, would eventually show up in a film or Disney+ series. Related Stories We got our first tease of that Spider-Man: No Way Home when Charlie Cox made a brief appearance as Matt Murdoch to provide some legal help for Peter Parker. We know ...

Charlie Cox Will Voice Daredevil in Spider-Man: Freshman Year

In news that could have broad implications for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Charlie Cox will voice Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, in the animated series Spider-Man: Freshman Year. Marvel revealed the casting choice at Comic Con, where they also unveiled that the series is set for release in 2024. Cox played the role on Daredevil (2015–2018), The Defenders (2017), and in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home. A fan favorite, Cox’s future in the MCU has been much discussed. Keeping him in the role — even for an animated series aimed at a younger crowd — would seem to suggest that Marvel has big plans for his future. Marvel mastermind Kevin Feige hinted at as much last year. “If you were to see Daredevil in upcoming things, Charlie Cox, yes, would be the actor playing Daredevil...

New Daredevil Series Reportedly in the Works at Disney+

A new Daredevil series may be coming to Disney+. While neither Marvel nor the House of Mouse’s streaming service have yet to make any kind of official announcement, Variety is reporting that Matt Corman and Chris Ord — best known for co-creating USA spy drama Covert Affairs — have signed on to write and executive produce the forthcoming show. The news comes on the heels of two main characters from the Netflix Daredevil show entering the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe world in recent months. Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock made a surprise cameo as Peter Parker’s “really good lawyer” in 2021’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, while Vincent D’Onofrio’s villainous Kingpin served as the shadowy big bad in Disney+’s Hawkeye last December. However, no casting has been announced as of yet, and so neithe...

Charlie Cox Calls Ben Affleck’s Daredevil Movie “Tonally Confused,” Says the “Suit Sucks”

Charlie Cox wasn’t the first actor to play Daredevil, but he’s not afraid to criticize his predecessors. When discussing the future of Netflix’s Daredevil series at the 2022 Middle East Film & Comic Con, Cox revealed he was no fan of the Ben Affleck-starring 2003 Daredevil film, which he called “tonally confused.” “I watched it once, and then I wanted to go and do my own thing,” Cox said. “I hadn’t seen it before I got the role. I watched it when I got the role.” Cox clarified that he didn’t have a problem with Affleck’s performance — “I like his Matt Murdock,” he admitted — so much as he had a problem with the film itself. “I feel like the movie tried to do too much and it was a little tonally confused,” he said, adding: “They had everyone in that movie — they had Kingpin, t...

Marvel’s Netflix Series Coming to Disney+ Under New Parental Controls

When news broke in February that Netflix’s live-action Marvel series would be moving to Disney+, one major concern was how the House of Mouse would handle the decidedly non-PG content of The Defenders franchise. Today (March 1st) Disney has answered that question by announcing a new update to parental controls that will go into effect when the shows hit the streamer on March 16th. When subscribers open Disney+ for the first time on or after March 16th, they will be offered the granular ability to select content ratings restrictions and create a PIN for each profile. According to a press release, any profile without the parental controls in place “will continue to enjoy Disney+ as they always have within a TV-14 content rating environment.” IMDb lists Daredevil, Jessica Jones...

Netflix’s Marvel Series Are Moving to Disney+

Fans of Netflix’s Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, The Punisher, Iron Fist, and The Defenders will will no longer be able to stream on the platform after March 1st. Deadline reports that Netflix’s license for their slew of Marvel series is ending, reverting the rights over to Marvel’s parent company, Disney. Some viewers have anticipated this news since Netflix announced they’d be canceling all their Marvel series in 2019, coinciding with the launch of Disney+. While many of these shows contain more explicit content that doesn’t quite fit with the family-friendly branding of Disney+, the move seems like the best fit in order to keep all streamable Marvel content on the same platform. Fans have also speculated that Disney+ is looking to broaden their content beyond PG-rated fare in orde...

YouTuber Posts & Deletes Leaked Images Of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

HipHopWired Featured Video CLOSE Source: Marvel / Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe pipeline when it releases next month, and the expectations are extremely high. A YouTube personality apparently posted and deleted leaked images from the film that seemingly confirms that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will be joined by the other actors who played the character before him. Canadian YouTuber John Campea shared a watermarked pair of images that showed Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan, and Holland’s Peter Parker sitting across from a table. In the middle of them was Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock, the blind lawyer by day and superpowered crimefighter at night, Daredevil. Why this is significant is that Cox’s Daredevil program was part of a slate of Netflix ...

What’s Streaming on Disney+ in April 2021

Disney+ is keeping steady in its Flying V for April. Now that Gordon Bombay has hit the ice, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers will really start heating up. Not to be outshined by the Minnesota Miracle Man, of course, is Marvel’s other spinoff series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which keeps getting better. Right behind those two juggernaut series are some Ewoks. Yes, the cuddliest creatures in the Star Wars galaxy are finally coming to Disney+ with both films (Caravan of Courage, Ewoks: The Battle for Endor) and two seasons of its animated series. Elsewhere, John Stamos is coaching a basketball team in new series Big Shot, the first two seasons of Daredevil are making the leap from Netflix, the first two Night at the Museum flicks will open their doors, and JTT will prove he’s sti...