Talking at the 41st Annual UBS Global Media and Communications Conference, Disney CFO Jay Rasulo has talked briefly about the decision to team with Netflix for The Defenders as well as reflecting on the acquisitions of both Marvel and Lucasfilm. Do they have anyone else in their sights?
It was reported not too long ago that Drew Goddard will be woking on Daredevil for Netflix, but Marvel have now officially confirmed that he will both write and direct the first episode of the series, later serving as series Showrunner and Executive Producer. Read on for details!
The Flash, Hourman, Constantine, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and a Walking Dead spinoff are just a few of the television shows currently in development. Which one is your most anticipated?
Marvel previously announced a new Netflix series starring Daredevil, and while I personally can't wait, I still think he belongs on the big screen. I think that out of all the properties Marvel has the rights to, Daredevil is in most need of a movie, Netflix show or no Netflix show.
CBM User arrogantswami writes "a little poem" about what the Marvel character Matt Murdock aka Daredevil represents to him. Continue on to read his heroic prose.
A few reasons defending MCD and saying why he was the perfect kingpin for me. Also comparing his Kingpin with the one from the comics.
We are getting a Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones series on Netflix. But one thing that is important: Then does it take place? I say, the 70's. Click the jump to know why!
Why are the recent Marvel/Netflix showrunner announcements so critical to the success of these new shows? Find out now!
You may have noticed it in front of Thor: The Dark World or even tonight's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, but check out Marvel Studios' first very own logo & fanfare up-close and in its original quality!
Drew Goddard -- writer and director behind the recent flick The Cabin In The Woods -- is reportedly set to write "The Man Without Fear" in Netflix and Marvel's Daredevil television series. Read on for more details after the jump!
How to come to terms with not getting that movie you were hoping for, and possibly even getting excited about the possibilities Netflix offers.
Recently, we received news that we would be getting Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones shows. These would then culminate in a Defenders mini-series. Hit the jump to see how I think it'll all be handled...
Some fans were more than a little disheartened to learn that Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones would be heading to Netflix instead of their local theatre, but the good news is that the door is still open for that to happen should the series' prove to be a success.
And that's not all: These Netflix shows will eventually lead to The Defenders miniseries! But that won't be for quite a while, as the shows don't kick off until 2015. Read on for more details in the full press release.
While talking to Bleeding Cool, Feige mentions that Marvel have yet to do the secret identity superhero story, and reveals that he has been talking to a filmmaker with a plan to put a fresh spin on it.
While chatting to Empire's Chris Hewitt on a DISS Google hangout, the Marvel head honcho is asked more about the company's recent re-acquisition of the Man Without Fear. He also comments of something many fans would like to see -- the Avengers and the X-Men together on the big screen.
Talking at today's press junket for Thor: The Dark World in London, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige offered an update of sorts on what they have planned for the Man Without Fear and even teases a possible appearance of The Punisher somewhere down the line. Read on for details!
A totally customized set of 12 songs well-suited for the Marvel comic-book character, along with my thoughts on the future of the Man Without Fear and whether it be in movies or on television in which he appears next.
I take a look and give my thoughts on what Marvel properties should be with what studios. Take a look after the jump...
Cinema Sin's latest video focuses on Mark Steven Johnson's Daredevil (2003), that starred Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. To be fair, the director's cut is much better than the theatrical version.