Not only is Marvel setting up its phase three movies, which will reportedly include Doctor Strange and Avengers 3, but it also has a series of more obscure characters set up to debut on Netflix in 2015, including Daredevil, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage. Production will soon be rolling in New York.
Netflix just announced that they will be doing a series of shows based on four Marvel characters, including Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones. Now word has come down that a familiar genre name, Drew Goddard, will be writing the Daredevil series.
Thor: The Dark World is already making a ton of dough at the box office, and Marvel should continue to kick some serious ass at the movies and on television all the way up to the long awaited Avengers sequel, Age of Ultron, which hits theaters the summer of 2015.
When it comes to comic book movies that desperately need a reboot, quite a few titles come to mind. Howard the Duck. Ghost Rider.
We recently discussed the possibility of a Daredevil reboot - the prospects of which disappeared about as fast as the story broke.
Filmmaker Joe Carnahan has confirmed that the new Daredevil project is dead.
When Daredevil hit theaters in 2003, comic films were finally starting to impress on a regular basis, but there were still clearly some bugs that needed to be worked out.
Last summer, the upcoming Daredevil adaptation recruited Brad Caleb Kane, the writer-producer of Fringe, to start on the screenplay. Now they appear to have started over with a new writer, David James Kelly.
Amazing. That’s the only word that describes the video footage of "Jet Man" Yves Rossy flying next to the Breitling Jet Team over the Swiss Alps.
Marvel has announced the lineup for its upcoming season one series.
The new ‘reboot, but not really a reboot’ Daredevil film will be written by Brad Caleb Kane.
The new Daredevil movie has found a star, and it means that no one will want to see the movie.
Fox Studios has confirmed that David Slade will direct the upcoming Daredevil sequel. Yes, I said "sequel." Is that surprising?