With Marvel’s four new TV series set to film in the five boroughs, we’ve set our sights on some other heroes that could get the NYC Netflix treatment.
The Oscar winner speaks out on his upcoming trip to Gotham City, while looking back in shame at his time in Hell’s Kitchen.
Bring on the bad guys! Here are the foes we want to see Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones come up against.
Marvel and Netflix have announced five new live-action series, beginning with Daredevil and culminating with The Defenders.
Although his character is pivotal to Marvel’s “Extremis” storyline, Guy Pearce insists his role in director Shane Black’s Iron Man 3 is “really kind of cameo stuff.”
With the Daredevil film rights poised to revert to Marvel, director Joe Carnahan has released the sizzle reel he used to pitch Fox his vision for a “Serpico-styled” thriller in which the Man Without Fear watched over an early-’70s Hell’s Kitchen.
With the clock run down on Fox’s Daredevil plans, multiple reports indicate that Marvel could reclaim the film rights to the Man Without Fear as soon as mid-October.
In what appears to be another blow to Fox’s Daredevil plans, The Grey director Joe Carnahan reveals his idea for the Man Without Fear, described as a “Frank Miller-esque, hardcore ’70s thriller,” “went up in smoke.”
With the clock ticking down for Fox to begin production on Daredevil, the studio has reportedly begun talks to swap Marvel the rights to Galactus and Silver Surfer in exchange for a rights extension that would give Joe Carnahan time to move into the director’s chair.