The showrunner stressed that he believed Disney was toying with the title to avoid paying the rights.
Daredevil he is one of the most popular characters in the universe Marvel: we are talking about a mythical anti-hero, a guardian Hell’s Kitchen, who patrols the mean streets of this New York neighborhood at night, fighting in the shadows. By day a blind lawyer Matt Murdock instead, he devotes himself to the legal profession to defend the weak in the law. Well, after the 2003 film starring Ben Affleck didn’t quite convince critics and audiences, between 2015 and 2018, the show created Steven S. DeKnight AND Drew Goddard very grateful (with Charlie Cox to embody the main character), which, however, was canceled after the division was closed Marvel Television.
Daredevil: Born Again will be released in 2024 on Disney+
While it was initially thought that we would never see this version of Daredevil again, here’s what Marvel announced a while ago Daredevil: Born Again, a cross between a reboot and a sequel to the Netflix series. However, this misleading title appears to be hiding a very clever maneuver on Disney’s part, as reported by DeKnight himself. The screenwriter, by the way, explained to TVLine that the use of this title (which does not contain any references to the Netflix series), as well as the unclear content of the project, leads to the fact that Mickey Mouse House it is not necessary to pay for the creative rights of a character created in 2015, since there are no obvious connections.
“It’s an old Disney scam where they slightly rename the show to reset the contract for the first season. All guilds/unions must confront him and defeat him!”
Despite this, the showrunner said he was happy to see the couple again. Charlie Cox/Vincent D’Onofrio inside Daredevil: Born Again. Given this fact, we are really curious to understand how they will justify the Netflix series and how they will manipulate the connections with this product.
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