Yet another Marvel show has been axed leading up to the debut of Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. This time, the casualty was none other than the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.
The Backstory of Daredevil: Season 1: Daredevil Follow Matt Murdock, a lawyer who works for the good people of Hell’s Kitchen, New York. Blinded by an accident when he was young, Matt has been plagued by tragedy all his life. On his first day as part of his own firm, Matt and his partner Franklin ‘Foggy’ Nelson decide to take the case defending one Karen Page. This case leads Mat...[Read More]
The Devil is out for blood in the first full trailer for the highly anticipated third season of Daredevil. Held within the trailer are the first looks at Maggie Murdock and Wilson Berthal’s unknown villain.
Despite being set to debut in less than three weeks, it seems cast additions are still coming in strong for Daredevil’s third season with the latest one being that of Lesley Ann Warren.
In a world where movies are constantly changing various things from their source material, it would appear that Daredevil’s Nemesis Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, is becoming more comic-accurate than ever.
Following leaks last week, a new teaser for the highly anticipated third season of Daredevil finally confirms the release date.
In a tweet from their Thailand account, Netflix may have revealed the release date of the highly anticipated third season of Daredevil.
Marvel Studios won’t be attending San Diego Comic Con much to fans disappointment. However, Marvel Television will be making an appearance with Iron Fist, and maybe even Daredevil and Punisher.
It’s official, Marvel’s Jessica Jones has been renewed for a third season on the streaming platform Netflix. It was shaky for awhile considering how poorly some of the other Marvel shows have done on Netflix, but the announcement came just after season two aired.