Daredevil: Born Again is Matt Murdock's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Daredevil: Born Again is Matt Murdock's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe


The newly finished San Diego Comic-Con was dominated by Marvel Studios, which did not fail to make the hearts of fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe beat again. The doubts about the management of Phase Four have led fans to see problems in the management of the post-Endgame, but the numerous announcements related to the future have again ignited the enthusiasm, a new hope in Phase Five and Six that has also materialized in the 'awaited announcement of the new series dedicated to the Cornetto, Daredevil: Born Again. Given the past of the Guardian Devil in previous Disney-Netflix era productions, it seems fair to wonder what the future of Daredevil and Daredevil: Born Again might be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Subscribe now to Disney + 8, € 99 per month or € 89.90 per year Since his appearance in the series dedicated to Marvel's urban heroes on Netflix, Charlie Cox's Daredevil has been the most popular character. The three seasons of the series and the team-up with the other urban heroes in The Defenders showed a rather dark and hard vision of the Guardian Devil, faithful to the traditional comic runs of the Marvelian hero, complete with obvious quotes and inspirations to founding cycles. of the character. But will this nature of Cox's Matt Murdock find space in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

What will be Matt Murdock's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before Daredevil: Born Again?

From Netflix to the Marvel Cinematic Universe Daredevil: Born Again will be like the comic? Building the world of Daredevil in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

From Netflix to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The characterization of the Daredevil of the Netlix era was more concrete, strongly embedded in the urban context of the New York slums, requiring a hard, ruthless narrative grammar . From photography to dialogues, everything had been tacked to be biting, a careful construction that aimed to create an emotional predisposition in the viewer that would allow them to arrive at the fight sequences with the right vibes. Aspects that, as easily understood, will not be transferable to the dimension of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. - th_culturapop_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_culturapop_d_mh2 "); }
Kevin Feige himself, during the Marvel Studios panels at San Diego Comic-Con, did not fail to indicate what his vision for the urban context of the Marvel Cineamtic Universe is:

“We hit the road with the announcement of Daredevil and of course Spidey will have to do with the heroes of the road "

We can therefore hypothesize that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will build the context of urban heroes on two different levels: serial, with productions that refer to Daredevil, and cinematic, where it will be the Wallramp to dominate the scene. The two different interpretations will intertwine, as per the tradition of the franchise, but it seems legitimate to hope for a presence of Matt Murdock in the cinematic context, as happened in Spider-Man: No Way Home, considered as his name is associated with numerous projects of the future. of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from the upcoming She-Hulk to the future Echo, including animation, such as Spider-Man: Freshman Year.


Daredevil: Born Again be like the comic?

Talking about 'reborn' within the Marvel Cinematic Universe is metaphorical. Daredevil, on balance, is a new entry for the MCU, without its own origin story and yet to be discovered. The presentation in Spider-Man: No Way Home and his future appearance in She-Hulk are at the most of the first, timid steps in this rich narrative context. The affection that the character has received has given Cox the opportunity to wear the role of the blind lawyer of Hell's Kitchen again, but this second chance also represents a challenge, considered as what has been seen previously, as mentioned, cannot be used to give depth to the character within a less violent and biting narrative like that of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even now that it has opened up to more disillusioned themes and styles.

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Building the world of Daredevil in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

It will be interesting to find out which of the different comic visions of Daredevil will be the basis of the Cornetto of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it seems really difficult to believe that its side by side two central figures like Foggy Nelson and Karen Paige will not return. The close friend and partner in the law firm and the first, great, tragic love of Matt Murdock are two fundamental pieces of the character, on a par with his great nemeses, Kingpin and Bullseye.

The confirmation of the return of Daredevil in its own series therefore makes it interesting to understand how what is seen on Netflix can affect the definition of the Cornetto of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Inevitably, what we saw previously left a memory in the spectators, who appreciated the perfect alchemy between the interpreters of Daredevil. The already confirmed return of d’Onofrio in the role of Kingpin contributes to creating a certain expectation, which inevitably confirms to consolidate the faces of Elden Henson and Deborah Ann Woll in the role of Foggy Nelson and Karen Paige. Marvel Studios have not yet compromised in confirming the cast of Daredevil: Born Again, but it cannot be excluded that the appearance in She-Hulk and the almost certain appearances in Echo can sanction the debut of new characters related to the Cornetto. br>
Given that seeing Woll and Henson in their respective roles would be nice, there is no clarification on the matter from Marvel Studios. Given the well-known confidentiality with which the Marvel Cinematic Universe is built in its various steps, the failure to announce a casting for these two roles should not scare. It is difficult, in fact, to imagine a series of Daredevils in which Foggy and Karen are excluded. Above all, considering as a species in the early years of the Guardian Devil's activity, Matt Murdock's double life was enhanced precisely by his relationship with Foggy and Karen, a dynamic that within a series of the dimension of Daredevil: Born Again, that is 18 episodes, could be exploited in an excellent way.

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