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by Isa on Aug 22,2017   •   No Comments

The first star of the Marvel Netflix Universe weighs in on what the future holds for the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen, given how his story ends on The Defenders. The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is dead — or so the world thinks. Make sure to continue reading Charlie’s interview for The Hollywood Reporter.

In the final episode of Marvel’s The Defenders, the very first hero featured in Netflix’s corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ended things in a dire situation: trapped beneath an exploding building, almost certainly consumed in the rubble. The people who know Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) best believe him dead, including Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll) and Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson), as well as the hero’s three newest friends: Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Danny Rand (Finn Jones). Indeed, in that last person’s case, Rand stands poised to honor his fallen friend by protecting Hell’s Kitchen in Daredevil’s absence.

But Daredevil will only be absent for so long. In the final scene of The Defenders, we see that Matt is very much still alive, albeit in rough physical condition, recovering in an unknown location where he’s being tended by nuns. It’s an image that’s familiar to fans of the Daredevil comics (as pointed out by Decider), and one that’s sure to fuel the character’s next steps forward in the Marvel-Netflix Universe.

For more on the matter, Charlie Cox spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about Daredevil’s fate, what’s coming next, Matt’s emotional journey via Elektra (Elodie Yung) this season, his view of The Defenders now that it’s out in the wild, and more.

What was your reaction when you learned that this series would end with Matt presumed dead, but secretly alive somewhere?

I was relieved! It was made easier to read that, knowing we have a season three of Daredevil to shoot. (Laughs.) If that hadn’t been the case, I would have been worried that it was all over for Matt Murdock. Being as it was, I thought it was very fun. It was a very interesting way to end it. It’s kind of a cliffhanger, and kind of not. I don’t know what it means for season three, going forward for Matt. It obviously presents him with some pretty interesting options when he reengages with life. Will he reconnect with people? Will he find Foggy and let him know he’s okay? Will he not? I’m very excited to find out what his game plan is going to be, once he gets his shit together.

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by Isa on Aug 16,2017   •   No Comments

A new report claims that season 3 of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil will begin filming later this October. Since the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, few of the Marvel TV titles have received quite the same level of hype and critical acclaim around them as the first two seasons of Daredevil did. After finally bringing a faithful version of Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) to the screen, Daredevil went on to do the same thing with both Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle/The Punisher and Elodie Yung’s Elektra in its subsequent sophomore season.

Now, Charlie Cox is set to reprise his role as Daredevil again in Netflix’s upcoming miniseries event, The Defenders, where he will be teaming up for the first time with Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones). But fortunately, fans won’t have to wait much longer after that before Daredevil returns for season 3 after the series was renewed again at San Diego Comic-Con in 2016.

But much to the confusion of fans, details regarding the story and production of Daredevil season 3 have been curiously lacking over the past few months. However, MCU Exchange is reporting that Daredevil season three will begin filming in New York sometime in the latter half of October, around the same time as Halloween. Whether or not that holiday will play into the setting or time frame of the new Daredevil season, though, is not yet known.

It’s not much of a surprise that Marvel and Netflix have held off on beginning shooting for Daredevil‘s third season so far this year. As it is, the two companies are already busy enough right now, with production on both Jessica Jones season 2 and Luke Cage season 2 having been underway for several months now. When taking into account some previous comments about Daredevil season 3, it was also somewhat expected that Marvel and Netflix were going to be premiering the new seasons of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones first.

At the same time, the new seasons of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Daredevil, and Iron Fist are all expected to be premiering over the next year, which means that production on the latter two would have to begin sometime within the next few months. Currently, not much is known about what to expect from the new seasons of any of those shows either, and very little likely will be until after The Defenders is released at the end of this week. There’s no telling how that team-up event may change/alter the arcs of the main four Defenders – Matt Murdock included – and how exactly the next season of Daredevil does or does not pick up from where The Defenders leaves off, will have to wait to be seen.


by Isa on Aug 12,2017   •   No Comments

A blind lawyer-turned-vigilante questioning his purpose. An alcoholic private investigator trying shake off her hero status. A bulletproof convict atoning for his past. A warrior monk struggling with his return to the world into which he was born. Bringing these four troubled superheroes together for a shared meal seems difficult, let alone getting them to fight side-by-side.

But in the new eight-episode Netflix series, The Defenders, New York is in enough trouble to make them do just that, that Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) have no choice but to team up.

“Each of these shows has hinted that something bigger is coming,” says showrunner Marco Ramirez, who also headed up Daredevil in its second season. “The answer is, something wicked this way comes, and it’s Sigourney Weaver.”

The action franchise queen joins the Marvel Universe as Alexandra, the shadowy figure whose nefarious plans reveal themselves slowly. All we know is that she is working with the ancient criminal organization The Hand. That never bodes well.

At the beginning of The Defenders, we find that Matt Murdock has decided to reject his secret identity after the death of Elektra (Elodie Yung). Jessica Jones is doing everything in her power to avoid discussions about destroying Kilgrave (David Tennant) and saving the city. Luke Cage is dealing with the emotional repercussions of his time spent in prison and Danny Rand is plagued with the guilt of not being there for the monks who helped him realize his destiny as the Iron Fist.

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by Isa on Aug 01,2017   •   No Comments

Charlie Cox attended the Marvel’s The Defenders premiere a few hours ago in New York, alongside his co-stars and producers. We’ve added the gallery with the first pictures from the event, stay tunned for more and make sure to check them out.

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by Isa on Jul 22,2017   •   No Comments

Charlie Cox attended The Defenders panel with his co-stars earlier today at San Diego Comic-Con. Make sure to check the pictures in our gallery.

by Isa on Jul 22,2017   •   No Comments

During the promotion of The Defenders at San Diego Comic Con 2017 with his co-stars, Charlie gave many interviews about the show. They talked about their scenes and characters we already know, the new ones, the upcoming challenges and more.

by Isa on Jul 22,2017   •   No Comments

Charlie Cox attended the red carpet of The Defenders panel earlier today at San Diego Comic-Con. Make sure to check the pictures in our gallery.

by Isa on Jul 22,2017   •   No Comments

And here it is! The brand new trailer has just been released at the end of The Defenders panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

Blind ninja. Smart-ass detective. Bulletproof ex-con. Kung Fu billionaire. Marvel’s The Defenders centers on four outsider heroes that have to put aside their personal issues and come together when a villainous sect threatens to destroy New York City as we know it.

by Isa on Jul 22,2017   •   No Comments

The Defenders boss teases Sigourney Weaver’s ‘antagonist’ role: ‘We don’t ever refer to anyone as the bad guy,’ Jeph Loeb shared with EW at Comic-Con. Sigourney Weaver might be about to clash with The Defenders, but that doesn’t necessarily mean she’s a bad guy.

Ahead of the superhero team-up premiering on Netflix next month, the heroes assembled at EW’s Comic-Con suite to tease the series and give a little insight into Weaver’s “admirable” Alexandra.

“She’s our main antagonist,” shared Jeph Loeb, the head of Marvel Television. “We don’t ever refer to anyone as the bad guy. She has a point of view. They have a point of view. And they may not necessarily be the same point of view. She’s part of a long-term plan to get something done, and if you have been watching all of the shows, there are little bread crumbs along the way that turn into the cake that is Defenders.”

The Defenders hits Netflix on Aug. 18.

by Isa on Jul 13,2017   •   No Comments

The UK’s Empire Magazine is all about The Defenders coverage and has published new images and info on it. The four stars of Netflix’s The Defenders were asked what each of their characters would bring to the table and had this to say.

“Matt’s quite good on the investigative trail with Jessica Jones. Matt can hear people’s heartbeat and sense when they lie.” – Charlie Cox

It’s no secret to fans where Matt’s strengths lie. He’s the best radar anyone can have and it looks like it’ll be put to good use in the unraveling of what mysteries lie before them. I’ve long imagined that Matt would essentially be the team’s primary tactician with his radar sense and all. He can map out entire floors filled with goons before any of them step onto it. I’m hoping that this comes into play in whatever action sequences they have.

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