Daredevil: Born Again reveals first look at Charlie Cox’s return as Matt Murdock

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Daredevil: Born Again, produced by Disney and Marvel Studios, has had a convoluted production process, and a creative reboot in the middle of filming has further added to the wait for fans to watch the series. However, Disney has officially shown the first clip, although in the shortest of teasers, lasting only around one second. The clip, shared by MCU Film News on X, was initially presented by The Walt Disney Company at its annual shareholders’ meeting. It was part of a video package that teased some of the intriguing initiatives presently under development. The quick teaser shows Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock in the Daredevil outfit, his mask sporting crimson eyes. Daredevil also has a mischievous smirk on his face, as if he is facing someone, although it is unclear who that is. While fans will surely want to see more, the short movie has generated a lot of enthusiasm among fans, and the video has gone viral on social media. It may be seen below.

Other photographs from the set show Jon Bernthal’s comeback as Frank Castle, or The Punisher, in Daredevil: Born Again. Vincent D’Onofrio will reprise his role as Wilson Fisk, commonly known as Kingpin, in the series. Wilson Bethel as Bullseye, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, and Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson are among the other original Daredevil cast members who have confirmed their return. The series was initially intended to have less ties to the last Daredevil series, which aired on Netflix. Matt Corman and Chris Ord were the series’ head writers when it was initially announced, and production began in 2023. However, months later, it was discovered that studio executives were dissatisfied with how the series was coming out. That led to Disney firing Corman and Ord, followed by the appointment of new showrunner Dario Scardapene and main directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. “We’re gonna start soon, hopefully sooner than later, and Charlie Cox and I feel like the right vibe is there,” D’Onofrio told Collider in January of the show’s new direction. “I believe the forces that be in charge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe believe we are in the correct position right now. I have to say, it’s just luck.”

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