Originally Posted by Zoken
Daredevil... no costume, other than maybe some urban ninja gear. Play him as a Lawyer with a knack for playing detective. Keep the senses at either above normal or super-human. He's not some masked vigilante, it's just that he leaps from roof-top to roof-top and the people who've snapped jpegs of him started calling him the New York Daredevil, and then just The Daredevil. Make this character, physically, as simple as possible. Keep most of the story from the movie we had (Matt suspects the Kingpin, meets Elektra, they become involved (don't intimate that it's more than dating) and her father dies, and she goes a little off the deepend. Most of the story was very good. Have Jack, seeing that his son is feeling weak after being blinded, take Matt to a dojo that will train him, there he meets stick. And that is who Matt talks to instead of the priest.
See, I totally don't understand this POV. WHY, when the Avengers has just shown that being faithful to the comic, including the costume (which is a HUGE part of each character), would you want to do a Daredevil movie WITHOUT the costume? The difference between heroes (James Bond, John McClane, Rambo, etc.) and costumed heroes is...the costume! Daredevil is a costumed hero and any portrayal of him should include the costume. Actually like the rest of your ideas though.