An MCU series titled Daredevil: Born Again has been confirmed for a release in 2024; the title hints that it will be comparable to Netflix’s Daredevil season 3. Daredevil: Born Again will be the first Daredevil-centric Marvel Studios production, whereas Spider-Man: No Way Home and Hawkeye previously introduced Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk into the MCU.
The Netflix Daredevil show’s canon status remains a question, although the “Born Again” title and season 3 of Daredevil have a clear relationship. The Netflix Daredevil show brought Matt Murdock back to live-action with a more realistic, grittier take on the character years after the Ben Affleck Daredevil movie. Netflix’s Daredevil stole a lot from Frank Miller’s Daredevil run, both in terms of visuals and story.
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Elektra and Frank Castle, the Punisher, were introduced in Season 2 of Daredevil, which featured a number of fantastical elements as well. As a result, Charlie Cox’s Daredevil was firmly established in a more fantastical universe when he joined Netflix’s The Defenders crossover series in 2015.
At the conclusion of The Defenders, Daredevil was pronounced dead, which presented Daredevil season 3 with both a task and an opportunity. Because Daredevil had been killed, Hell’s Kitchen was left without a defender.
Season 3 of Daredevil was able to loosely adapt Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli’s Daredevil: Born Again comic book tale because of the character’s brokenness and the Kingpin’s prison escape and rise to power. How will Disney’s MCU Daredevil program differ from Netflix’s Daredevil season 3?
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Born Again is now the title of Disney’s MCU Daredevil show. The key plot point of Born Again is Wilson Fisk discovering who Daredevil is and putting Matt Murdock’s resiliency to the test, however, Netflix’s Daredevil season 3 has covered these topics.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is known for repurposing popular comic book epic names in movies and television shows that don’t always match the original plot. Examples include the upcoming film Captain America: Civil War and the television series Armor Wars, both of which are under development.
For all we know, Charlie Cox’s Daredevil may have been given a new lease on life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the Born Again title may have been chosen as a method to symbolize this.
After two decades apart from other Marvel characters in his solo movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming’s ingenious double-meaning title referred to the fact that Spider-Man was “coming home” to the Marvel Universe. Even so, it’s hard to separate the Born Again title from the Frank Miller novel.’
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When you consider that Netflix’s Daredevil hasn’t been confirmed as a part of the MCU, things get even more complicated. Disney+ Daredevil: Born Again may recreate the personal battle between Kingpin and Daredevil, now without the assistance of Bullseye, in a way that continues the long-old clash between hero and villain but without replicating or contradicting Daredevil season 3 in any way. It doesn’t matter if the Netflix Marvel episodes are canon or not if that solution works.
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Netflix’s Daredevil show has always been a difficult one to continue or relaunch, and the MCU has now made similarities to the Daredevil: Born Again title more possible. As thrilling as it is to learn that an MCU Daredevil program will be coming, there is still plenty to learn about Charlie Cox and Wilson Fisk’s return.
Echo, in which both actors are slated to feature, could be a good indicator of the direction of Disney+’s Daredevil: Born Again.
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