Netflix’s first Marvel Studios series Daredevil was an instant hit, even if our tendency to binge shows means we’re not talking much about the show anymore, there’s plenty to be excited about for the forthcoming second season.
Jon Bernthal has joined the series as The Punisher, and Elodie Yung landed the role of Elektra, all for a season that also brings new showrunners Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez, replacing Spartacus producer Steven S. DeKnight.
Now another new talent has come on board behind the scenes as OZY (via ScreenCrush) reports Swedish cinematographer Martin Ahlgren will be lensing the second season of Daredevil, fresh off his previous Emmy-nominated work with Netflix on eleven out of thirteen episodes in the third season of House of Cards. Find out more about the new Daredevil cinematographer after the jump! Read More »
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Later this year, Scott Derrickson will be directing Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange for a 2016 film. If rumor proves true, however, we might see the character in another setting, too. There’s a report that Doctor Strange will appear on the Marvel Netflix series Iron Fist.
Below, read more details about this potential Doctor Strange Iron Fist cameo, and also about a cameo concept that isn’t a rumor, but rather a request. Charlie Cox wants Daredevil to appear in Captain America: Civil War. Read More »
Daredevil has been streaming on Netflix for just about two weeks, and evidently is doing well enough to warrant continuation. Netflix just gave the green light to Daredevil season 2, with plans to air in 2016. But there’s a big change. Steven DeKnight is out as showrunner due to “previous commitments,” and Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez will jointly take on the showrunner role in his stead. Read More »
For months, Marvel has been very circumspect about showing off the final costume design for Daredevil. That changed last week as the Netflix series prepped to launch on the streaming service, and with all episodes now available there’s no shortage of ways to see the final suit. But Marvel and Netflix are trying to keep the reveal in hand by offering up a couple of official images — at least one of which you’ve probably already seen on the show’s launch page within Netflix. See the Daredevil final costume shots below. Read More »
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One of our favorite moments from Daredevil is the climactic fight sequence which ends Episode 2. Its probably my favorite television action sequence in recent years. So when I got a chance to talk to the cast and crew of Daredevil, all I wanted to know was how they pulled off that sequence. For those of you who haven’t yet watched the Netflix television series, the second episode ends with Daredevil in full vigilante mode, attempting to break into a baddie’s hideout to save someone.
The sequence lasts five and a half minutes long, with a three-minute fight in the middle, and is incredibly well choreographed. When I first saw it I almost stopped breathing as I realized the beauty of this single take. I’ll admit, it looks like the shot could be visually stitched together using three different takes (as was done in Birdman) but and according to those involved, the fight scene you see is the result of one lone single shot. Lets find out how they did that Daredevil fight scene, after the jump.
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Marvel fans have held their breath waiting to see the final costume design for Daredevil that will appear in the character’s Netflix series which debuts as soon as the calendar turns to April 10. (That is, all thirteen episodes will be available at midnight tonight.) Last night, an image leaked that purported to show the suit, and now Netflix has released a video confirming the image. Check out the Daredevil red suit via an official video below. Read More »
Two short weeks remain until Marvel comes to Netflix. Daredevil will hit the streaming service at 12:01 a.m. PST on Friday April 10 and the race will begin to see how the Man Without Fear is going to be handled in this new format.
With the countdown nearing its end, Netflix has begun to promote the show more aggressively, including this brand new TV spot. It features a lot of footage we haven’t seen yet, the most intriguing of which is Scott Glenn as Stick, the man who trains Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) to fight. Check out the new Scott Glenn Daredevil footage below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, March 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
Finish up House of Cards, catch up on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and prepare to race through Bloodline. You’ll want your queue cleared up for next month, when Netflix opens up its own corner of the Marvel universe with Daredevil.
Charlie Cox leads the superhero drama as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who depends on his other extraordinary senses to fight crime is a vigilante by night. Of course, he’s not the only ones with big plans for Hell’s Kitchen — the Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) clearly has a few ideas of his own. Watch the new Daredevil trailer after the jump. Read More »