Probably the biggest concern around Charlie CoxThe return of the Marvel Cinematic Universe meant the Disney-backed franchise would sand down the hard edges that defined Daredevil’s three-season stint on Netflix with a polarizing cameo She-Hulk: Lawyer does nothing to silence the doubters.
However, the actor has pressed on, urging comic readers to lower their expectations and brace for the worst after confirming in an interview with iNews that despite its title, the series will be an 18-episode streaming series Daredevil: Reborn will not take inspiration from the acclaimed run of the same name, which ran from February to August 1986.
“I will only change if the show is very different sonically. I don’t think anyone should read into the name what kind of stories we’re going to tell.”
In fairness, the MCU has made a habit of taking iconic comic book storylines and heavily altering them to fit established mythology, while the suffix reborn has a double meaning as it is destined to see Cox’s Matt Murdock and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin renew hostilities on an entirely different subscription-based platform.
That means the many theories floating around about how the new version of Man Without Fear might play out are effectively worthless after Cox warned anyone familiar with the source material not to take it literally, but all do Sins will no doubt be forgiven if reborn manages to live up to expectations and reach the same heights as its Netflix predecessor.
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