The villain Muse is expected to debut in the new Disney+ series, according to a set video for Daredevil: Born Again. Recently made public behind-the-scenes set photographs from Born Again initially hinted at the horrific villain, revealing Muse’s name on a wall covered in graffiti. Given Muse’s background in comic books, the latest video going viral online appears to be a secret figure spray-painting graffiti of Kingpin on the wall, suggesting that Muse will be making an appearance in the series. In the comic book adaptation of Muse, the antagonist is a serial murderer and graffiti artist who cruelly uses his victims’ blood to finish his “artwork.”
A painted mural of Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk/Kingpin stood out in a corner of the New York City set of Daredevil: Born Again, as shown by the behind-the-scenes photographs that had previously teased the character. Kingpin’s dual character is shown in the mural, which features two faces: one in a black suit and the other in a white suit. The name of the artist, Muse, is boldly written on the lower corner.
Given how grotesquely Muse was portrayed in the comics, the character’s inclusion in the MCU would be a risky move. However, starting with Phase 5, the MCU may be open to introducing darker and more edgy characters—Echo being the first mature-rated MCU property, and Deadpool 3 is rated R. The inclusion of Muse might be a part of Daredevil: Born Again’s creative makeover, as the show’s initial idea did not sit well with MCU execs.Many notable and sinister facets from Netflix’s original Daredevil TV series have made a comeback with the latest additions to the creative remake, including Wilson Bethel’s portrayal of the villain Benjamin Poindexter and Jon Bernthal’s reappearance as The Punisher. Another explanation for Muse’s inclusion may be that it’s just a cameo or homage to Daredevil comic book readers, although Marvel’s usage of the Mayor Fisk plot appears to refute that. Her first appearance was in the 2016 Daredevil storyline “Dark Art.” After he targets fellow vigilante Blindspot, Daredevil confronts Muse. Among Muse’s crimes are a painting in a warehouse created with the blood of more than 100 victims and the hideous staging of six inhumane corpses. As an associate district attorney, Matt Murdock teams up with Blindspot and Daredevil to stop Muse before he strikes again, maybe going after well-known people or other vigilantes. In the comics, Muse is incarcerated until he is set off by a momentous political event: “Mayor” Wilson Fisk’s election.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News