Fox Hires David James Kelly To Rewrite DAREDEVIL Reboot
Just yesterday it was reported that Fox was in search of a new writer for David Slade's Daredevil. Today Deadline is reporting that screenwriter David James Kelly has been hired to pen the rewrite.
Just the other day Latino Review had reported that there was trouble with the script for David Slade's Daredevil and that 20th Century Fox was actively searching for a new screenwriter. According to Deadline David James Kelly has been hired to rewrite the reboot of Daredevil. The little-known writer is best known for polishing the script of the now defunct live-action take on Akira.
The Plot - Reports have the studio working off the Frank Miller/David Mazzucchelli story arc Born Again, as The Kingpin uncovers the superhero’s secret identity, and uses it to turn blind lawyer Matt Murdoch’s life upside down.
Variety's Jeff Sneider has tweeted an intriguing message:
#OTR means off the record, and not a clue as I had originally thought.
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