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Old 04-03-2013, 12:57 AM   #26
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Will DD show up in the Avengers (or in any solo film)?
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:24 PM   #27
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I love Daredevil but I doubt they will ever reboot it. There are some characters that just don't seem to work on their own solo films.. with that said, he has enough back story and interesting history to have his own film. They can easily have other characters that probably can't hold their own solo film (punisher ehem) in it as well.

A Tv show would be great but if it will be anything like smallville i.e years down the line before he becomes DD then I can't be bothered.

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Old 04-08-2013, 05:27 PM   #28
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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).
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"[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 . . . Itís 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).
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"Itís in the 70s, Kingpin is going through New York dealing with the Irish mafia, and thereís Daredevil in the yellow suit. It was all there! You know, itís a big studio film and itís tougherÖthere 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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They should do a Daredevil TV series, I think it'd be a great fit.

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Old 04-08-2013, 07:47 PM   #30
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there's no point to it now that Kingpin is off the table.

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Old 04-09-2013, 12:13 AM   #31
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there's no point to it now that Kingpin is off the table.
I don't think Kingpin is off the table, I think Avi Arad was wrong about Sony owning the rights to Kingpin, otherwise Kingpin would have been allowed to Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon.

What evidence is there that Arad's opinions were correct, he has been wrong before.

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Old 04-14-2013, 04:24 PM   #32
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Could DD's rather over the top fighting style work on a TV budget? It seems like any sort fight between DD and say the Hand might look pretty bad on a TV budget.

Also if they reboot the DD movie series, they would have to make this new DD movie different from the last one, so I would say not using Bullseye or Elektra in the first film would be a good idea. Kingpin you can build up over the course of several films.
Great idea. Not using Bullseye or Elektra to distance the new version from
the old one. But then what major arch enemies do they use in the meantime ? Typhoid Mary ?

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Great idea. Not using Bullseye or Elektra to distance the new version from
the old one. But then what major arch enemies do they use in the meantime ? Typhoid Mary ?
Typhoid Mary is one idea, make her the Kingpin's main assassin rather then Elektra or Bullseye at first.

Another idea is to have a gang war between Kingpin and the Owl and maybe have villains for hire work for either side.

Perhaps they can do something with Purple Man, he is not much a physical threat to DD, but he sick wave after wave of mind controlled civilians on DD.

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I've given this a lot of thought and definitely think the basis for the first DD reboot film should be the 'Man Without Fear" with Kingpin as the big baddy in the third act and Murdock's training/meeting Elektra as the main focus. Save Bullseye and Elektra's death for the sequel. Could easily see this working in the same vein as BB/TDK did. And for the series' TDKR use 'Born Again'! You know it makes total sense

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Old 04-17-2013, 05:55 AM   #35
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I loved the 2003 film. I don't know why ppl say it didn't work. I would like a reboot, but not in the MCU. DD somehow doesn't fit beside characters like hulk nd iron man. I wish Sony buys the rights so they can have a Spiderman/DD crossover. Also, they can share villains.

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Too bad they don't accept fan pitches. I'd like to see Daredevil as a Smallville style show, focusing on Matt's college years (depending on how old they cast, I suppose this could be his undergrad years or 1st year of law school). He'd have a basic form of his radar sense, and enhanced other senses, but he wouldn't be a "ninja fighter" yet. He'd be a student by day and helping out with street crime by night. Foggy can be his roommate. Maybe he doesn't know the secret yet. No "super" villains, but there can be Marvel Mob villains; but if they have Wilson Fisk, maybe he's not quite the Kingpin boss level yet.

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Looks like I'm of the minority that would rather see DD on the big screen. I personally don't want to see him get stuck on television. He deserves to grace the MCU in the spotlight not thrown on tv.

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Looks like I'm of the minority that would rather see DD on the big screen. I personally don't want to see him get stuck on television. He deserves to grace the MCU in the spotlight not thrown on tv.
I agree with you. Arrow's entertaining and all, and I'm sure Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be, too, but a Daredevil film handled properly could be in the realm of Nolan's Batman films in terms of quality. We're talking not just a good super hero film, but a good film, period.

As for story, I'd focus on the origin entirely for the first film. Villain would be The Fixer, with perhaps Gladiator functioning as the physical threat for Matt to go up against. Key characters would include Jack Murdock, Foggy Nelson, Karen Page, Stick, and perhaps Elektra (limited entirely to her time with Matt at Columbia University, however). Story wraps up with The Fixer's demise, creating a power vacuum in Hell's Kitchen, which makes way for the Kingpin to appear in the sequel.

Said sequel would be the "Death of Elektra" storyline, adding Kingping, Bullseye, and Ben Urich to the cast of characters. Karen and Matt have a falling out when Elektra shows up, and the plot more or less follows the original storyline from there. Leading to the third film...

I'd just go ahead and title the finale "Born Again." All Hell breaks loose from the start of the film for Matt, Karen comes back midway through the picture, and we learn of her own fall from grace (no pun intended, I swear) in flashback form which led to Matt's plight. The filmmakers may want to remove the Avengers element from later in the storyline, although they could very well retain it; why not milk the connected universe and its heroes, after all?

Just spit-balling here, however. All of the above disregards licensing agreements and which studio holds the rights to which characters currently. It's just a very loose outline for how I'd personally like to see a Daredevil film trilogy carried out. Who knows if it will ever happen, though?

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Looks like I'm of the minority that would rather see DD on the big screen. I personally don't want to see him get stuck on television. He deserves to grace the MCU in the spotlight not thrown on tv.
Count me in for DD on the big screen!

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Personally I don't see a DD reboot in the near future. Never been a big fan of the character but, I wouldn't mind seeing him done properly on the big screen. However, I just don't think Marvel thinks of him as a different enough character to put out right now as Feige has said they're trying to do only different characters.

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I also would like to see DD back on the big screen again.

While the serie "the Sentinel" proved that the super senses could be adapted on a TV budget, I still doubt that the same could be said for the radar sense.

I remember their sad attempt with "the trial of the incredible hulk", and it was juste ridiculous.

And as for him not being "different enough" (from what, Batman ?), DD is a blind lawyer with super senses, a gift (since it's hard to lie to him) and a curse (when his loved ones died in his arm and he percieved everything, what can be more traumatic than that ?)

Plus he is the "core", the "central point" and the most "known" street level hero now that Spiderman is under Sony control. He is the one that can link everything, from the classical street level superheroes like Luke Cage and the vigilante who doesn't mix well with other superheroes because they only target traditionnal and non powered crime boss (like the Punisher, what other Superheroes worked really with him except DD ?)

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make a movie focused on the San Francisco years, have Scar Jo show up as Black Widow and take some clues out of the books

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I also would like to see DD back on the big screen again.

While the serie "the Sentinel" proved that the super senses could be adapted on a TV budget, I still doubt that the same could be said for the radar sense.

I remember their sad attempt with "the trial of the incredible hulk", and it was juste ridiculous.

And as for him not being "different enough" (from what, Batman ?), DD is a blind lawyer with super senses, a gift (since it's hard to lie to him) and a curse (when his loved ones died in his arm and he percieved everything, what can be more traumatic than that ?)

Plus he is the "core", the "central point" and the most "known" street level hero now that Spiderman is under Sony control. He is the one that can link everything, from the classical street level superheroes like Luke Cage and the vigilante who doesn't mix well with other superheroes because they only target traditionnal and non powered crime boss (like the Punisher, what other Superheroes worked really with him except DD ?)
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.

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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.

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Crime fighter with a secret identity by day is as generic as you get. He may do his thing a little differently but he's the same basic mold.

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Crime fighter with a secret identity by day is as generic as you get. He may do his thing a little differently but he's the same basic mold.
but not in the marvel cinematic universe. the current mold is super-genius gains powers through mad science. we haven't seen a real non-sponsored vigilante type, yet. everything's SHIELD linked. this would be one of the guys who operates off the radar. i could see them devoting an entire phase to guys like Punisher, Daredevil, and Luke Cage.

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While it may be different from what's in the MCU right now, it's not different from what's been done before. Marvel is trying to do what's different than what's been done before in all aspects of the superhero genre not just what Marvel is doing itself.

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I don't think Kingpin is off the table, I think Avi Arad was wrong about Sony owning the rights to Kingpin, otherwise Kingpin would have been allowed to Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon.

What evidence is there that Arad's opinions were correct, he has been wrong before.
Kingpin was also going to be in the FOX reboot of the series before it fell apart and the rights reverted back to Marvel.

This is what Greg Weisman said with regards to the use of Kingpin in Spectacular Spider-Man.

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Weisman: We can't is the short answer, and I won't pretend it doesn't bum me out a little bit. It's nobody's fault. It's just the way things work out from a contractual standpoint. Do I think it's a bummer? Yeah. But all things considered, I think Tombstone's turned out really cool and we wouldn't have had this Tombstone, frankly, if we had Kingpin. So I gotta say, I'm not too sorry about how things turned out, in hindsight. I won't pretend I wasn't bummed the first time I was told I couldn't use Kingpin. I was. But in hindsight, I'm kind of happy, because now I feel like we have a really cool character in Tombstone and if at some point we can bring Kingpin in, which I'm still hopeful will be the case maybe in Season 3 or at some point, then we'll have two great characters instead of just one.

IGN: Just to clarify, this is because Kingpin is part of the Daredevil rights, is that correct?

Weisman: Kingpin is part of the Daredevil license and again, this is not a Marvel issue, this is not a Sony issue, this is purely a contractual thing.

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The more I think about it, the more I believe that Marvel needs to dedicate a third annual movie to their street level characters.

They could make a movie every year under a 'Marvel Knights' banner and thus not be required to stick to one particular character. Now, these movies would definitely be set in the MCU, but could deal with more street level happenings. This way, the central narrative of these stories would not intersect, but they would be brought together with some minor connective tissue... for example, SHIELD agents popping up on occasion, etc.

Marvel Knights 1 (2016) could center around Luke Cage and Iron Fist, and culminate in the forming of Heroes for Hire. Matt Murdock could handle the courtroom scenes, and we could get a brief intro into his Daredevil persona.

Marvel Knights 2 (2017) could be Daredevil-centric, with a smaller Heroes for Hire B-story arc. Punisher could be introduced.

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^^^ Needs is a strong word. As much as some of us want it to happen it doesn't need to happen as far as money is concerned because once again let's face it the wants of the comic book fans are but a measly speck of the audience that would go see these films.
I do admit it could be a good idea to get the more "hardcore" heroes out under the Marvel Knights banner. However, I don't think they should get a whole Phase directed to them, they wouldn't rake in the money to warrant it.

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