A clip from She-Hulk in which Jennifer Walters’ character is first confronted with dare devil. The character presented in the film has a different costume than that of Matt Murdock in the Netflix TV series, even if the interpreter is the same Charlie Cox. This idea allows us to delve into what will be in continuity and the differences between the show on Netflix and the Daredevil: Born Again by Disney+.
This is the clip that shows Daredevil opposite Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk. This is a highly anticipated moment for fans and has been talked about a lot on the internet, including preview images and waiting for the episode.
He’s back! Watch Daredevil make his highly anticipated return to the MCU in a preview of an all-new episode of #SheHulk. https://t.co/51ehlVRUDh pic.twitter.com/pzSyWuXL6q
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) October 5, 2022
From the few seconds of the clip, we can see how the new Daredevil focuses more on the Marvel Cinematic Universe-style joke and humor, rather than the darkness and more dramatic tone of the Netflix series. Speaking of a lighter show and character, Charlie Cox himself said:
If they wanted to make a PG version of Daredevil, I’d try to work in a way that would be consistent with what I’ve done so far. Maybe there’s less blood, or more moisture, but I’m ready.
Although he later added:
Daredevil comics are at their best when placed in dark situations, and the Bendis/Maleev run is the best. But they can’t help but say that Daredevil would also work as a PC, as is the case with Spider-Man.
Speaking of Spider-Man, we first saw Matt Murdock appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Spider-Man: No Way Home. It was a minor appearance, however, in which we saw a decidedly “lighter” character than the Netflix series.
In addition, Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin also appeared in Hawkeye, and in this case, as a villain, the production was faced with the near impossibility of lighting the character’s tones. And all this contrasted with the action-comedy atmosphere of the series starring Clint Burton.
What can we expect from Daredevil: Born Again? We will definitely see a series that is more like the tones of the MCU, but since we are talking about a show divided into 18 episodes of shades, there will be several. Daredevil: Born Again will be an 18-episode series, a decidedly high number, even more than the Netflix show, which had 13 per season. Charlie Cox’s Daredevil will also appear in the Echo series and will serve as the voice actor in the animated series Spider-Man: Freshman Year. The Daredevil show is being developed by Matt Corman and Chris Ord.
Source: Lega Nerd