USER EDITORIAL: Daredevil: The David Slade Reboot
I share my thoughts on all the info we have gathered so far.
DareDevil is one of the most popular and one of the darkest superheros out there and David Slade is one the smarter directors out there, all though with the DareDevil reboot at a slow pace and David Slade's lack of motivation, one would wonder if Slade will leave the project and if it ever gets off of it's feet. But I think that David Slade's DareDevil reboot will be out within the next couple years and start production sometime between the last quarter of 2013 and 2015. I've stated earlier in the year how I think that David Slade could be for DareDevil what Christopher Nolan is for Batman, a perfect fit. Plus try and think about it visually, picture this
and picture that visual look but change it to Hell's Kitchen, and DareDevil fighting crime.
I don't know about you guys but I think that would be pretty fricking cool. Now I know the rumor has been completely denied but I wanna share my thoughts for Josh Hartnett as Matt Murdock/Daredevil. No. Yes, I do like him as an actor and I think he needs to find that breakout role in hollywood. But DareDevil would have been the wrong answer, his film cred doesn't convince me that he would or should be the next DareDevil. I also feel that David Slade isn't all that interested in DareDevil right now cause, after all he's the director. He overlooks the scripts and everything (despite what the studio would have you think) and I think he just isn't confident in any of the scripts that have been written. I mean, we all know that translating a comicbook to the big screen is no easy feat. Plus, would you rather have them take their time with it and make sure it's of quality before they go any further or do you want another Mark Steven Johnson, DareDevil film? That's just my thinking any ways, also I stated in the article I spoke of earlier that at the time, I thought Born Again is a great idea to put into film. But I don't think it's something that should be translated to film for a first movie of (what I would think would be a proposed or hopeful trilogy) isn't such a good idea.
I know it's hard to write an editorial about a film with little progress, but I figured I'd take another stab at it. Whatya think? Agree? Disagree? Comment below and be respectful.
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