Daredevil: Born Again reveals first images from the set
Daredevil: Born Again keep bringing news. After officially confirming the return of jon bernthal as The Punisher for the new series disneyplus and Marvel Studiosthe show reveals the first look at the work from the set:
Although the images do not reveal much, they do anticipate a not very different scenario and context.is the one from the original show, and also similar to what we could see in She-Hulk.
In addition to the return of Bernthal's Frank Castle, it was revealed that Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Hensonwho gave life to Karen Page and Foggy Nelson in the series of Netflixthey will not be part of the cast of this new start of the character.
Considering the title the new plot is supposed to be based on, both Karen and Foggy have central roles in the development of the comics story. However, we know that Marvel Studios They usually take liberties when adapting the plot arcs, and sometimes they even only take the names as a reference without their productions taking that path.
Outside of that, the roles could actually be simply recast, although that would be strange considering the good chemistry the leading trio developed during their stint on the Red N platform.
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Daredevil: Born Again and the return of the most anticipated rivalry
Regardless of what story the series is going to tell, there is no doubt that what fans are most hoping to see is a new war between the Matt Murdock of charlie cox and the Kingpin of Vincent D'Onofrio.
Both have already been presented at the mcuone briefly in Spider-Man: No Way Home and more extensively in She-Hulkwhile the other was the villain who moved in the shadows in hawkeye.
Wilson Fisk will return in the spin-off of the series starring Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld, Threw outwhich will focus on the character played by Alaqua Cox. The show was supposed to premiere this year, but apparently we won't see it until 2024, just like born againso the connection between the two could be important.
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