Daredevil

Daredevil Release Date: February 14, 2003 - 20th Century Fox
Blinded by toxic waste when he was a young boy, Matt Murdock's (Ben Affleck) remaining senses are enhanced to an amazing degree. A lawyer by day, he fights crime at night as "Daredevil" -- dealing out out justice to those who have escaped the judicial system.
Although Marvel's Daredevil series wasn't showcased in their tv panels over the weekend, we did get a few titbits from Joe Quesada during the live-blogged panel covering the 75th anniversary of Marvel comics and the 50th anniversary of the man without fear.
Daredevil showruner Steven S. DeKnight made an appearance on the Guardians of the Galaxy red carpet this evening, and though he couldn't reveal too much about the upcoming Netflix series, he does share some details about the tone of the series...
Hit the jump to see an image of Elden Henson ("Idle Hands") filming a scene for Marvel's Daredevil Netflix series. The actor is playing Matt Murdock's best friend and legal partner. Update! More pics of star Charlie Cox on set.
The Marvel/Netflix television series, Daredevil, has been filming in New York for the past month and yesterday a fan of Charlie Cox took a picture with the actor on set. He was NOT in costume. Update! Elden Henson also spotted on set.
The Man Without Fear's one true love is finally going to be properly brought to life in live-action as True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll has signed up to play Karen Page in Marvel and Netflix's upcoming series. Could this mean that Rosario Dawson really is Elektra? Check it out!
Deadline report that the latest actor to join the already very impressive cast of the upcoming Daredevil tv series is Falling Skies' Peter Shinkoda. He'll play an original character named Hachiro. more past the jump..
Some new Daredevil audition videos have been discovered. How much of, if any of the dialogue will actually appear in the Marvel/Netflix television series is debatable. Though, it may be a good indicator of the show's tone. Come check'em out.
"I can't see!" yells a young Matt Murdock(?) in a brief video from the set of Marvel's Daredevil Netflix series while photos feature an overturned toxic waste truck and many extras. Check it out!
Twitter's Marvel_Spider, did some digging today and has found some information and audition videos regarding Marvel's upcoming Netflix television series, Daredevil. Check it out!
Since of the "All-New Marvel NOW!" relaunch of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's Daredevil, why the world believes Foggy Nelson is dead has yet to be revealed. Well, we're about to find out exactly what's going on in this week's issue #5, and you can find a first look right here!
This July, the truth about Matt Murdock’s parents comes to light in Daredevil #6, an Original Sin Tie-In! After nearly 30 years, the untold story of Matt Murdock’s mother will finally be revealed, courtesy of Eisner award-winning writer Mark Waid and critically acclaimed artist Javier Rodriguez...
Originally available digitally only, this week will see the release of the print version of Daredevil: Road Warrior, the first instalment in the series which bridges the gap between Mark Waid's previous Daredevil run and his current "All-New Marvel NOW!" one. Check it out!
Well, at least now we know that Rosario Dawson's role won't be as a very different Foggy Nelson! It's been revealed this evening that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay actor Elden Henson will join Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock as his best friend, Foggy Nelson. Read on for details!
Farren Blackburn has helmed a number of TV episodes for the BBC, including well-known shows like Doctor Who, Luther and The Fades. Well, the director has now taken to Twitter to reveal that his next project will be an episode of Daredevil for Marvel and Netflix.
Marvel has just announced that Sin City: A Dame To Kill For actress Rosario Dawson has joined the growing cast of the Daredevil Netflix series in an unspecified role. Check out details after the jump!
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's critically acclaimed series rolls on next week, and Matt Murdock finds himself forced to battle it out with The Owl without his costume (that's one of the downsides of revealing your secret identity to the world) in this first look at Daredevil #4!
Vincent D’Onofrio has been cast as The Kingpin (Wilson Fisk) in Marvel's upcoming Netflix television series, Daredevil. The veteran actor is best known for his roles in Full Metal Jacket, Men In Black and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
In a recent interview, Clark Gregg talked about possibly further connecting the Daredevil and Iron Fist Netflix Series' to the MCU by having Agent Coulson make an appearance, and also talks more about T.A.H.I.T.I. and how his character connects with the other agents.
Including a predictable logline that confirms a modern day setting for the forthcoming Daredevil Netflix series, Marvel Studios has officially announced Charlie Cox will play the man without fear
Sources for Latino Review's scooper extraordinaire, El Mayimbe, has informed him that English actor, Charlie Cox, looks to be Daredevil in Marvel's upcoming Netflix series.
Yet another Latino-Review scoop confirmed! It has been revealed now that Drew Goddard will leave Daredevil in order to work on The Amazing Spider-Man spin-off, Sinister Six. However, he will still consult on Daredevil, and a new showrunner has already been found!
Well it seems that not long after the news of Former Ant-Man Director Edgar Wright's Departure from the upcoming 2015 Marvel Project, we have yet another report of a Director Leaving a Marvel Studios Project. Check it out!
Emphasising the fact that Marvel aren't worried about the Daredevil movie colouring people's perceptions of the upcoming Netflix series, Joe Quesada also discusses the approach to The Man Without Fear's small screen adventures and more...
Before the rights to Daredevil reverted back to Marvel Studios, The Grey director Joe Carnahan was attached to direct a reboot for Twentieth Century Fox. Here, he discusses both that, and his take on Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Nemesis. Is it still happening? Read on for details!
Many fans have been wondering if Marvel's Netflix series will take place within the MCU. Marvel Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada says that it will, and also discusses the tone they'll be setting. Check it out...