The series of Daredevil It is one of the great adaptations that we have seen in recent years. Following a forgettable Ben Affleck movie, the Netflix production rescued the character and hooked fans for three seasons. After its cancellation, the protagonists keep the candles lit before a possible return.
One of them is Deborah Ann Woll, who plays Karen Page and is one of the three pillars of the series, alongside Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson. After knowing that Daredevil’s rights returned to Marvel Studios, the actress posted a snapshot on her Twitter with the caption “Justice never stops.”
– Deborah Ann Woll (@DeborahAnnWoll) November 30, 2020
In the picture, Karen, Matt and Foggy are seen in a shot of “New Napkin”, the last chapter of Season 3. In the scene, Foggy takes a napkin to write “Nelson, Murdock & Page”, inviting Karen to be part of the law firm.
Marvel Studios can now do what they want with ‘Daredevil’
The photo posted by the actress rekindles the fans’ flame of hope before a possible return. Before his sudden cancellation, Daredevil positioned himself as one of the best Marvel series on Netflix. Its success opened the door to other projects, including Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders, as well as two seasons of The Punisher with John Bernthal.
Daredevil’s return as a Disney Plus series has been rumored countless times. With the rights back home, Marvel Studios has the green light to do whatever it wants with the characters. The only problem is that these series were not part of the canon, so Marvel has not defined what it will do with them.
Marvel wants to integrate ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Jessica Jones’ into its Cinematic Universe
According to Jeremy Conrad, one of the most reliable sources when it comes to Marvel rumors, a Disney executive is interested in integrating Jessica Jones and Daredevil into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ideally, Charlie Cox and Krysten Ritten would return to play their respective characters with a forced reboot.
Until now no details about his future. Marvel Studios already owns the rights to Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil. Next on the list are The Punisher and Jessica Jones, set to be released on February 18, 2021.
Some experts consider that these series are incompatible with the tone of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Regardless that they are not part of the canon, dark tone and adult theme That Daredevil’s audience liked is something that we would hardly see in a teen movie like those produced by Disney and Marvel Studios.
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