Originally Posted by blalex620
When Marvel talks about doing "different" they mean from everything that's been done before and everything they've done before. Look at everything they talk about as being planned for the MCU. You've got an epic space adventure with a rag-tag team of heroes (GotG), a genius scientist who can shrink and communicate with ants and who creates one of the biggest villains in Marvel's rogue gallery (Ant-Man), a movie about the Sorcerer Supreme (Dr Strange), a group of beings who are genetically tampered with forms of humans whose sole purpose was to fight the Skrulls (Inhumans). This is what Marvel means by "different." Nothing against the character of Daredevil but a blind lawyer by day and crime fighter by night doesn't really fit the criteria right now.
I disagree with you. A blind lawyer who fights crime is about as different as you can get. I think he would be a great addition to the MCU ecspecially if they combine him with a Hero's for hire story.