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Charlie Cox Shares New Details About 'Daredevil: Born Again' at D23 Expo

Charlie Cox is talking Daredevil: Born Again!

The 39-year-old actor made an appearance at the 2022 D23 Expo to promote his upcoming Disney+ series with co-star Vincent D’Onofrio on Saturday (September 10) at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.

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While on stage, Charlie shared some new details about the upcoming show.

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'Daredevil' Disney+ Series Announces Title & Release Date at Comic-Con 2022

Daredevil is officially coming back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

The new show, which will be premiering on Disney+, was announced during the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday (July 23).

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New 'Daredevil' Series in the Works at Disney+

A new Daredevil series is in development at Disney+!

Variety reports that Matt Corman and Chris Ord, best known for their co-creating the show Covert Affairs, are attached to write and executive produce the project.

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Charlie Cox Critiques Ben Affleck's Daredevil

Charlie Cox starred in the Marvel TV show Daredevil for several seasons, which originally aired on Netflix. Ben Affleck portrayed the superhero in the movie version back in 2003.

Now, Charlie is giving his thoughts on Ben’s portrayal of the Marvel superhero.

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Charlie Cox Rumored to Play Daredevil Again, This Time in a Movie!

The upcoming Spider-Man 3 movie keeps getting more and more big names attached and another one is reportedly joining the cast!

Charlie Cox is rumored to be reprising his role as Daredevil in the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, which is currently in production.

The 37-year-old actor played the character in the Netflix television series, which was canceled in November 2018. Variety reported back then that Netflix had a clause that prevented characters from their series from appearing “in any non-Netflix series or film for at least two years after cancellation.”

It has been two years since Daredevil‘s cancellation, so that gives Marvel the freedom to include the character in the MCU. Now, the often reliable fansite Murphy’s Multiverse is reporting that Charlie will play the superhero in the upcoming Spider-Man movie.

Back in May, Charlie explained why he didn’t think a fourth season of Daredevil would happen.

It was reported earlier this week that another major former Marvel star will appear in the movie.

Fans & Cast Members Urge Disney to #SaveDaredevil - See Why It's Trending!

Daredevil fans are hoping to save their favorite series.

Fans of the Marvel series, as well as castmates, are asking Disney to revive the canceled series with the #SaveDaredevil hashtag, which is going viral on social media.

Disney is regaining the screen rights to the character Daredevil from Netflix, which caused the public outcry from fans.

Star Vincent D’Onofrio also urged fans to sign a petition, asking Disney to revive the show for a fourth season once legally allowed on a streamer.

For context: in 2013, Disney and Marvel began a relationship with Netflix to put out four dramas based on Marvel heroes within the MCU. Daredevil premiered in April of 2015, starring Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Elden Henson as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson, Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple and Vondie Curtis-Hall as Ben Urich.

The show was canceled in 2018 after the Season 3 premiere. And now that Netflix’s two-year hold on the rights to the Marvel characters is up, fans are hopeful that Disney will bring the show back. That said, Charlie Cox spoke out about why he doesn’t think a fourth season would happe. earlier in the year.

'Daredevil' Actor Peter Shinkoda Claims Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb Made Anti-Asian Remarks During Production

Peter Shinkoda is accusing Jeph Loeb of making anti-Asian comments during production of the Netflix series Daredevil.

While appearing on the virtual Comic-Con @ Home, the 49-year-old actor – who played Nobu Yoshioka – claimed that the former head of Marvel Television purposefully minimized Asian characters on the show.

Peter said that there was a story about Nobu in the works that would dive deeper into his relationship with Madame Gao (played by Wai Ching Ho), but it was scrapped by Jeph.

“Jeph Loeb told the writers room not to write for Nobu and Gao…and this was reiterated many times by many of the writers and showrunners,” Peter recalled via Entertainment Weekly. “He said, ‘Nobody cares about Chinese people and Asian people. There were three previous Marvel movies, a trilogy called Blade that was made where Wesley Snipes killed 200 Asians each movie. Nobody gives a s–t so don’t write about Nobu and Gao.’ So they were forced to put their storyline down and drop it.”

Peter went on to say that writers also dropped plans to explore Nobu’s journey to America under the guise of a medical procedure so he could help Gao and the Hand carry out their Black Sky plans.

“All that backstory was dropped,” Peter continued. “The writers told me they regret it and they were reluctant to do it because they were stoked about including that in the storyline but they were prevented so I had to concoct this other storyline and rock that material I was given.”

Jeph was let go last fall when Marvel TV was officially absorbed into Marvel Studios, and after Kevin Feige‘s promotion to Chief Creative Officer for Marvel.

Peter appeared on the first two seasons of Daredevil. Netflix canceled the series after three seasons in 2018.