The Daredevil rumor mill has been swirling for weeks (since Spider-Man: No Way Home, really), and today there has been a potential update. Please take this information with a grain of salt, as the information is not coming directly from Marvel Studios.
The man without fear has officially joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and will reportedly be getting a series reboot after moving to Disney+ just this week.
According to Production Weekly, an industry source dedicated to films and series that are about to begin production, Marvel Studios has a project listed simply as “DAREDEVIL REBOOT.” The Daredevil reboot is listed alongside previously confirmed projects in the works such as Deadpool 3, Madame Web, Kraven the Hunter. Interestingly, there is also a listing for an “Untitled Marvel Space Project.”
Matt Murdock made his official MCU debut with a short cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, in which he offers legal advice to Peter Parker after his identity was revealed to the world thanks to Mysterio. Returning from the fan-favorite Netflix show Daredevil to bring Matt Murdock to screen is none other than Charlie Cox. It was a triumphant return celebrated by fans of the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen (despite the fact the theater Cox attended to watch the movie was silent with his return).
Daredevil was canceled by Netflix back in 2018 due to a desire to end the series on a high note following the success of season 3. The series followed Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who moonlighted as a vigilante, Daredevil, primarily in the Hell’s Kitchen area of New York City.
In addition to the confirmation of the series reboot, Matt Murdock is rumored to be appearing in several upcoming Disney+ MCU series, most notably She-Hulk, which is set to premiere later this year.
Daredevil seasons 1-3 are now available to stream on Disney+, after exiting Netflix February 28 and making the move to Disney+ March 15. Follow Nerds & Beyond for additional coverage on Daredevil‘s potential reboot including the official announcement when and if it comes.