Daredevil: Reborn behind the scenes footage
Behind-the-scenes images show Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, and more working on the set of Daredevil: Born Again
The Marvel / Disney + series Daredevil: Born Again went into production last year – then when the strikes hit, a creative overhaul, according to Vincent D’Onofrio (who plays the villainous Kingpin/Wilson Fisk on the show), made sure that this new series is now directly linked to the Daredevil series that ran for three seasons on the Netflix streaming service. So not only are D’Onofrio and Charlie Cox (who plays Daredevil/Matt Murdock) back in their roles, but so are Elden Henson and Deborah Ann Woll as Murdock’s companions Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Daredevil: Born Again now back in production, and behind the scenes images posted social media Cox, D’Onofrio, Henson, and Woll have shown up on set, along with series newcomer Margarita Levieva as Murdock’s latest love interest, Heather Glenn. These images can be seen at the bottom of this article.
Dario Scardapane, who worked on it Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and the Marvel/Netflix series The Punisherto be brought in to be a forward-looking exhibitor Daredevil: Born Again during the creative review. The behind-the-scenes change also brought Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, the directing team at the helm for several episodes of Knight of the Moon and Loki season 2, hiring him as the show’s lead. Matt Corman and Chris Ord were the main writers on the show before, but they were let go.
We recently heard that Wilson Bethel will be reprising the role of Benjamin “Dex” Pointdexter/Bullseye, while the show is also bringing back Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle/The Punisher. Also in the cast are Michael Gandolfini and Sandrine Holt, who replaces Ayelet Zurer as Wilson Fisk’s wife, Vanessa.
When Daredevil: Born Again It was first announced, it was said that there would be eighteen episodes in the first season of the show. We do not know for sure whether the creative revision has affected the account of the events. Rumors have indicated that it could be closer to the Netflix show program, which consisted of thirteen episodes per season.
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