The following is my suggested story line for the Daredevil sequel that I have suggested in my review. It is loosely based on the Daredevil Born Again comic series with some variation. Read on! Sorry but I am not good at fancasts.
Collider rounds out their interview with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige with a modicum of new information from Feige including the current state of affairs at Marvel Studios, whether Elektra rights returned with Daredevil and more.
Further boasting the potential of Guardians of the Galaxy, Kevin Feige updates the status of the Thor & Captain America sequels, while also addressing whether there’re plans for Daredevil.
Unfortunately he offers up no new details on the studio's plans for The Man Without Fear, but Feige does confirm that after Fox failed to get a Daredevil movie into production on time, Marvel does indeed own the rights to the character.
Slade, who was attached to direct a Daredevil flick for Fox before the film rights reverted back to Marvel, discusses what he had planned for the movie (which would have been set in the 70s) and reveals that Matt Murdock would've donned the original yellow suit.
For years the planned Daredevil sequel/reboot has been in “production” but nothing ever happened...So now i will list 4 directors who i believe should be on Marvel’s radar to direct the next adventure of The Man Without Fear!
Conceptual designer, Thom Schillinger, created many variations of the iconic double "D" logo for Mark Steven Johnson's Daredevil (2003), that starred Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner.
Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and a new Hulk movie are all set to be featured in Marvel's Studios' "Phase Three" after 2015's The Avengers 2. But what other character(s) do you want to see get a film then? Here's your chance to cast your vote.
They've got the rights, which could be the ace up their sleeve to reach out and capture a branch of folks who aren't convinced by the seemingly universal appeal of the Phase Films. Check out BattlinMurdock's Daredevil ground-plan to help Marvel get their hero off the ground.
Joe Carnahan (The A-Team) came very close to helming a reboot of Daredevil for 20th Century Fox before the rights ended up reverting to Marvel Studios. On Twitter last night, the filmmaker has revealed the actor who he thinks would have been "tremendous" for the role.
Marvel Studios has regained one of its franchises.
Ben Affleck talks more about being linked to Warner Bros.' planned Justice League movie, looks back on playing the "Man Without Fear" in 2003's Daredevil, and confirms that he would be interested in helming a comic book movie if the right one was offered.
DareDevil is known as a relatively bad film. Is it as bad as made out to be? Find out here.
Cabin in The Woods director Drew Goddard was asked recently whether or not he would like to take a stab at any of Marvel's vast stable of characters, where he said he would jump at the chance. Click here for more!
In a revealing interview with the actor and director, Ben Affleck looks back on his role in Daredevil and donning the iconic Superman costume to play 'George Reeves' in Hollywoodland. He also shares his thoughts on big budget blockbusters, making his lack of interest in them quite clear.
Earlier today, it was reported that Michael Clarke Duncan had been taken into hospital after going in to cardiac arrest. His fiancée has now informed the press that the actor (best known to comic book fans for his work in Daredevil, Green Lantern and Sin City) has died.
The current writer for Marvel's Daredevil series thinks that "the Man Without Fear" would be great as a crime drama on television.
I am The Comic Critic and I'm here to discuss a new possible Daredevil story for the upcoming reboot of this amazing comic book character.
The nine best stories following the Man Without Fear for your viewing pleasure.
As we know, despite a solid pitch from director Joe Carnahan, Fox were forced to allow Daredevil to return home. Here I'll examine the possible pros and cons of a character like Matt Murdock joining the current Marvel Cinematic Universe..
It was clear from Joe Carnahan's Daredevil sizzle reel that he had some very unique plans for a film based on the character, but with that no longer happening now that Fox are letting the rights revert back to Marvel Studios, he talks in detail about what we could have expected from his version.
Showcasing some of what Joe Carnahan had in store for Daredevil, if he had helmed Fox's reboot in time before the character's rights returned to Marvel, hit the jump & check out two sizzle reelz!
Following discouraging tweets from potential director Joe Carnahan, recent reports seemingly confirm that Fox is letting go of their Daredevil reboot, allowing the character's rights to revert!
An obsessive Daredevil fan looks at why The Man Without Fear should be spending his time at Marvel Studios.
While already speculated upon, a recent update on the official Twitter account of Joe Carnahan seemingly brings discouraging news regarding him helming Fox's Daredevil reboot. Check it out!