One of Netflix’s biggest hits, Daredevil: The Complete First Season arrives on Blu-ray November 8th just in time for the holidays! The Blu-ray will include all 13 episodes of it’s groundbreaking first season. The question is why bother? It’s available on Netflix, because, um, it’s a Netflix Original and it’s available in 4K on Netflix. I know most of you don’t give a crap about 4k, but since I have a 4k TV, I do. Other annoying thing is, it’s only Season One when if they are going to release this, at least give us both seasons in one nice package. There are no announced extras. However, my negativism aside I’m still going to ask the studio to send me a copy! Hey, it’s Daredevil!
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‘I haven’t taught you everything,’ intones Stick in the opening seconds of the final trailer for season two of Marvel’s Daredevil.
In the action-packed trailer, we begin to see that – however much progress Matt Murdock might think he’s made – there’s so much more going on. And then there’s that calm proclamation by Elektra that does not bode well…
Marvel’s Daredevil: Season Two comes to Netflix on Friday, March 18th. Check out the new trailer after the break.
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Well, well, well… Marvel’s Daredevil has a past! And that past comes with trust issues!
Follow the jump to meet Elektra Nachios – Matt Murdoch’s old flame, who desperately needs his help. And what, pray tell, is the rising?
Daredevil: Season II premieres on Netflix on March 18th.
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Netflix has just released a rather eerie teaser for the second season of Daredevil – a series of paintings on a church’s walls that recap season one as Matt Murdoch offers confession.
Following the priest’s final words, the teaser comes to an explosive conclusion and the date appears – 03.18.16. Check it out after the jump.
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The trailer for season two of Netflix’s hit show, Marvel’s Daredevil, teases the arrival of Elektra and The Punisher. It’s moody, intense and intriguing – and looks to be every bit as involving as season one.
Check it out after the jump. Marvel’s Daredevil returns in 2016.
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Marvel’s Daredevil was one of the best new shows of the last year, melding action superheroics with Martin Scorsese darkness and flair.
Marvel’s Joe Quesada has, once again, produced the first concept art for DD season two and it’s sneaky clever – highlighting both major Marvel characters who will appear in the new season. Check it out after the jump.
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Marvel’s Daredevil has cast Elodie Yung as Elektra for season two. Yung was seen prviously in G.I. Joe: Retribution and District 13: Ultimatum.
Follow the jump for details.
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When the news came out than Vincent D’Onofrio was cast as Daredevil’s arch-enemy, Wilson Fisk (aka The Kingpin), my response was, of course! Netflix has released the first photo of D’Onofrio in character and it looks pretty much as I’d imagined. Check it out after the jump.
Netflix will release Daredevil on April 10th at 12:01 am.
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Blinded as a young boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) fights against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the Super Hero “Daredevil” in modern day Hell’s Kitchen, New York City.
Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Rosario Dawson are just a few of the stars featured in MARVEL’S DAREDEVIL premiering with thirteen (13) one-hour episodes on April 10, 2015 at 12:01 AM PT in all territories where Netflix is available.
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Marvel has announced the addition of Scott Glenn (The Leftovers) to the cast of its Netflix series Daredevil – as Matt Murdock’s mentor, Stick.
Glenn has accumulated a wealth of genre cred throughout his career and, especially in 1982’s The Challenge (a criminally underrated martial arts/noir from John Frankenheimer), has shown himself to be quite capable of being believably in action sequences). The role of Stick should fit him like a glove. Follow the jump for more.
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