A few days ago we had the opportunity to meet two stellar cast elements involved in the new Daredevil series that will premiere on Netflix. Thus we speak face to face with Charlie Cox who plays the man without fear or blind attorney Matt Murdock, with the imposing Vincent D'Onofrio who plays the burly, irascible and calculating Wilson Fisk, also known in the New York underworld as The Kingpin.
During this talk we could briefly ask the main antagonists of the series about the characters, the influences of Frank Miller in his interpretation of the darkness of Hell's Kitchen, and the revolution that represents the arrival in large, original series streaming .
The first 13 episodes of the series were developed by the brilliant Drew Godard (who surprised everyone by writing and original direction from Lost-and great- until his first feature film, The Cabin in the Woods in 2012) and will be released in completely, Netflix, on 10 April.
The series will also be related to the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe and that leaves us with much hope to see some interesting crossovers. That way we know that it will play Charlie Cox Daredevil Defenders -also for Netflix- and who removes that Black Widow Johansson does not have the other place, some romance with the Daredevil character? Who says Spider-Man can not meet the devil in one roof in the Big Apple? Or who prevents the temperate Murdock have to calm things down to a green giant?
While waiting anticipating the start of the series-and the future of the character in live action - listen a little protagonists speak from experience it was to do it. (And do not forget to turn on the subtitles).
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