From the series of Marvel for Netflix, two of the biggest returns were Daredevil and Wilson Fisk. Charlie Cox y Vincent D’Onofrio they recovered their characters and are already an indisputable part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Daredevil and Kingpin will face each other again in the extensive Disney + series, Daredevil: Born Againa sequel with nuances to the series of Netflix.
A few days ago we were able to see the first image of Charlie Cox like Daredevil in the Marvel series, but the filming of Daredevil: Born Again is leaving us more details.
A good example are the new photographs taken on set that seem to anticipate a flashback focused on Wilson Fisk’s childhood.
Revisiting the Kingpin’s past in Daredevil: Born Again
The photos shared on Twitter by joseph adames anticipate a presumed flashback that goes back to Wilson Fisk’s childhood with the neighborhood bullies. Daredevil already touched on that topic at the time, and maybe the serie of Netflix follow the same paths.
Vincent D’Onofrio’s character has overtones of a tragic figure before becoming the great villain that Marvel comics made him.
first look at flashback episode behind the scene with young wilson fisk and neighboorhood bullies, harlem nyc, the cast showing us mad love#daredevil #marvel #marvelcomics #MarvelStudios #charliecoxisdaredevil #CharlieCox #olv #daredevilbornagain pic.twitter.com/KFD8ZekX8i
— joseph adames (@jadames1775) March 20, 2023
For now, the plot of Daredevil: Born Again remains a secret, although we will also see Kingpin in the series Echostarring Alaqua Coxwho reprises his role as Hawkeye.
Even though Daredevil: Born Again has been heralded as a “spiritual heir” to Netflix’s Man Without Fear, everyone is expecting a “nerf” of sorts when it comes to the original series’ visceral violence.
Daredevil’s most violent scenes are above the limit to which we are accustomed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although some series have flirted with a less “family friendly” approach.
Daredevil: Born Again is scheduled to arrive at Disney+ sometime in 2024, although no specific window has been specified for its premiere.
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