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Old 04-08-2013, 04:27 PM   #28
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Default Re: Daredevil reboot in the near future?

apparently even david salde wanted a 70's DD

Speaking with Film School Rejects while promoting Hannibal, Slade looked back on his take on the Marvel Comics character, saying that it was similar to what Carnahan had in mind (dark, Frank Miller-esque, set in the 70s).
"[I saw it as] really complex and exciting. It was complicated [Laughs], and in the most unimaginable Fox way possible. I was really, really excited about it . . . It’s funny, I remember Joe Carnahan went after it hard when the rights were about to go. He cut together that thing that was great and exciting, but it was kind of sad, in a way, because everything in that trailer we had attempted to do [Laughs]. Every single thing."
He then goes into what we could've expected from the story, including the role of the Irish mafia and the inclusion of the famous yellow suit (which was Matt Murdock's original costume when the Man Without Fear debuted in 1964).
"It’s in the 70s, Kingpin is going through New York dealing with the Irish mafia, and there’s Daredevil in the yellow suit. It was all there! You know, it’s a big studio film and it’s tougher…there are certain people who are really good at that, and I hope to be really good at that. I will continue to try my best."

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