Everything old is new again in the MCU. And by that, I mean franchise return to a more adult mindset The next installment in Marvel’s Netflix series with “Echo,” a “Hawkeye” spinoff that will see Alaqua Cox reprise her role as Maya Lopez/Echo and D’Onofrio as Maya’s “Uncle” Fisk. The popular assumption is that “Echo” will later set up “Daredevil: Born Again” to take the same approach, allowing Benson and Moorhead to tap into their darker artistic tendencies even more deeply than they have in past MCU projects.
While the ink is still drying, of course. new agreement of the actors guild It’s still early days for “Born Again” for Benson and Moorhead due to major Hollywood studios. “We have the best answer for you. I mean, do you see the space we’re in right now? This is our office, and we found out about 45 minutes ago that we have an office,” Benson joked to The Wrap. “That’s where we’re at with ‘Daredevil.'” Moorhead added:
“It’s day zero. We’re just consuming ‘Daredevil’ content right now, not just the Netflix show, we’re consuming all the material possible. We’re just making our information source nice and dense.”
Perhaps the biggest challenge facing Benson and Moorhead is having to shoot additional material for the “Daredevil: Born Again” episodes that have already been shot to ensure the end result doesn’t look like a Frankenstein-style mash-up. bringing together different tones and styles. Luckily, the duo will be aided by a showrunner in the form of Dario Scardapane (“The Punisher”), which will already give “Born Again” a huge advantage over all those poor Disney+ series that have had to make do without one.
“Daredevil: Born Again” will stream on Disney+ in the future.